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Stryper’s Latest Album FALLEN Shoots to the Top of the iTunes Metal and Rock Albums Charts



Video For Single “Pride” Premieres At

(New York, NY) — Hard rock/heavy metal band Stryper is back and better than ever with its latest musical masterpiece Fallen now available worldwide at all physical and digital retailers. Despite the album’s title, the band has risen above and landed at #1 on the Top Metal Albums and #3 on the Top Rock Albums on iTunes. Fallen is 12 all-new songs showcasing the musicianship that has garnered them a huge fan base in the mainstream world and Christian market. Fallen, released via Frontiers Music SRL, is the band’s ninth studio album and their most critically acclaimed release to date with album opener “Yahweh” quickly becoming a fan favorite with its opening choral refrains and heavy hitting guitar riffs. The Associated Press recently decreed, “If this were 1986, this album would easily sell 2 million copies. But it’s not, and that’s a shame, because 2 million people need to hear how good this album is.” Metal Onslaught Magazine recently raved in their first ever 10 out of 10 review, “Like a fine wine Stryper have improved over time and have become legends in the metal genre,” and HM Magazine declaring, “. . .Stryper is back in a big way.” The band is comprised of Michael Sweet (vocals/guitars), Oz Fox (guitars), Tim Gaines (bass) and Robert Sweet (drums) return. Fallen was produced by Michael Sweet.

Stryper have also released the video for the album’s debut single, “Pride.” The video premiered on and can be seen here: The latest video comes on the heels of four other tracks that were presented to fans prior to the album becoming available. The title-track “Fallen,” “Big Screen Lies,” Black Sabbath cover “After Forever” and “Yahweh” were all available to fans who pre-ordered the album. “Yahweh” was co-written by Clint Lowery of Sevendust and has been listened to over 250,000 times on YouTube.

The track listing for Fallen is:
1) Yahweh
2) Fallen
3) Pride
4) Big Screen Lies
5) Heaven
6) Love You Like I Do
7) All Over Again
8) After Forever
9) Till I Get What I Need
10) Let There Be Light
11) The Calling
12) King Of Kings

Stryper is one of the top Christian rock bands of all time. Comprised of the original line-up, Stryper has been rocking since 1984, and is responsible for such ’80s metal classic albums as Soldiers Under Command, To Hell With The Devil and In God We Trust. In fact, Stryper is the first band to ever have two songs in MTV’s Top 10 simultaneously with their hits “Free” and “Honestly.” After a sabbatical for much of the 1990’s, Stryper returned strong in the early 21st century. To date, the Dove Award-winning and Grammy nominated band has sold upwards of 10 million records worldwide. Their last studio album No More Hell To Pay debuted in the Top 40 of the Billboard Top 200 landing at #35.

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MercyMe Earns Fifth American Music Award Nomination for Contemporary Inspirational Favorite Artist


Nashville, Tenn. (October 16, 2015) – Announced on ABC’s Good Morning America earlier this week, MercyMe earned their fifth American Music Award Nomination for Contemporary Inspirational Favorite Artist. Honored with two American Music Awards in the past, MercyMe led the category, winning in both 2004 and 2010.

The fan-voted award will be announced during the 2015 American Music Awards, to be broadcast Sunday, November 22 from the Los Angeles Microsoft Theater on ABC.

The AMA nomination comes on the heals of their second Christmas album. October 9 marked the debut of MercyMe, It’s Christmas!, as exclusively premiered the album a day before its release. In addition to their nomination, MercyMe’s hit single “Flawless” still reigns at No. 1 after two incredible months on the Billboard Christian AC Chart.

For the 46th Annual GMA Dove Awards, MercyMe performed “Dear Younger Me” from their 2014 Welcome To The New album. MercyMe will continue to support their 2014 release, kicking off their “Greater Than Tour” October 22. For more information on their upcoming tour, visit

Greater Than Tour
October 22 – Norfolk, VA (Constant Convocation Center)
October 23 – Baltimore, MD (Modell Performing Arts Center)
October 24 – Trenton, NJ (Sun National Bank Center)
October 29 – Raytown, MO (First Baptist Church of Raytown)
October 30 – Ralston, NE (Ralston Arena)
November 5 – Estero, FL (Germain Arena)
November 6 – Orlando, FL (First Baptist Church Worship Center)
November 7 – Tallahassee, FL (Christian Heritage Church)
November 8 – Greenville, SC (Bon Secours Wellness Arena)
November 12 – Griffin, GA (Griffin First Assembly of God)
November 13 – Aiken, SC  (Millbrook Baptist Church)
November 14 – Huntsville, AL (Propst Arena – Von Braun Center)

About MercyMe:
Since their debut in 2001, GRAMMY®-nominated, multiple American Music Award and Dove Award winners MercyMe have sold more than 8.5 million units in CD, single and DVD sales, garnered 27 No. 1 multi-format Christian radio singles and four consecutive mainstream radio hits with “I Can Only Imagine,” (No. 4 AC/Top 25 on Top 40/Hot AC), “Here With Me” (No. 4 AC), “Homesick” (Top 10 AC), and “So Long Self.” Their recent single “Greater” lived up to its name, holding the No. 1 spot at Christian radio for 16 weeks. MercyMe made history in 2014 as “I Can Only Imagine” surpassed 2 million digital downloads, making it the first song in Christian music to go platinum and double-platinum in the digital domain. In 2009, Billboard named MercyMe’s “Word Of God Speak” the No. 1 Song of The Decade and the group the No. 1 Artist of the Decade in both the Christian Songs and Christian AC Songs categories, recognizing them as one of the industry’s most notable talents. They have sold out venues throughout the US and Canada, including Radio City Music Hall, and have appeared on The Today Show, CBS This Morning, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Fox New Channel’s Fox & Friends, CNN, ABC News, and in the pages of Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, USA Today and more. MercyMe’s eighth studio album, Welcome To The New, garnered Billboard Music Award nominations in all three Christian categories and two GRAMMY® nods. Their brand new project MercyMe, It’s Christmas! offers a fresh spin on seasonal favorites as well as several original songs; the album is available in stores now.

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Austin Stone Worship, “This Glorious Grace” feature story by Brian Lundin

Austin Stone Worship This Glorious Grace

by Brian Lundin


Austin Stone Worship is a collective of artists who serve and equip the church with songs and resources rich in theology, mission, and expression. Their latest album, This Glorious Grace, is an intensely personal and yet wholly communal look into what God is doing within The Austin Stone Community Church and throughout the city of Austin. “The motivation for this album was to capture what’s already going on in our church,” says Aaron Ivey, Pastor of Worship for The Austin Stone Community Church. “These are the songs that engage our people.”


Founded in Austin, Texas in 2002, The Austin Stone Community Church exists to exalt the name of Jesus Christ in its city and around the world, and to welcome all people in worshipping Him. Austin is well known for its creative influence and community, and Austin Stone Worship couples the city’s creativity and culture with worship of Jesus Christ. This Glorious Grace stands as a unique reflection of worship at The Austin Stone Community Church.


Over the last 13 years, The Austin Stone Community Church has grown from 120 people meeting in a middle school cafeteria to a church serving the whole city with five locations and weekly attendance over 8,000. In the midst of this growth, the artists of the Stone sought to stay connected, even as they served all over Austin. Small, casual collaborations and friendships blossomed into more formal projects, and then grew into monthly gatherings for artists who lead the church in worship. The whole Austin Stone Worship collective—songwriters, worship leaders, musicians, writers, filmmakers, editors, and photographers—began to gather monthly for a meal, worship, encouragement, and communion. These nights quickly became an important rhythm for the Austin Stone Worship community.


Out of these nights of intimate worship, the vision for recording This Glorious Grace sprang to life. After an evening singing in the round with musicians from several worship bands, an idea took root: the album should be recorded live, at one of these monthly gatherings. When Ivey took this idea to Steven Bush, Lead Storyteller at The Austin Stone Community Church, it evolved further as they began to dream of the possibilities. What if they brought the talents of the church’s storytellers to bear on the project? What if they told the stories behind each song? What if they filmed the live recording and released it for free? Could they tell whole story of how this album came to be?


In the resulting films for This Glorious Grace, a three-tier chandelier hangs over the stage, casting a unified glow over the crowd. This centerpiece is a tangible icon of the collaboration below, where on a single night in May 2015, more than 70 artists worked to bring the project to life.


A gathering for artists to connect and worship Jesus inspired this full film and recording production. And though some circumstances had changed, the desire was still the same. With Jesus at the center, a community of artists came together to praise Him and magnify His name.


As much as the captured performances are a pure expression of the worship culture at The Austin Stone Community Church, the songwriting is also intensely personal.


Rising out of a church that values both worship and the Word, This Glorious Grace is suffused with biblical truth expressed uniquely through the songwriters’ lives. When Marcus Dawes wrote “Gracious Redeemer,” he not only captured the grand story of the gospel, but he also captured his own story of redemption. Reflecting on a season of struggle and sin, Marcus distilled the source of our desperation to a single confession: “I was lost in sin, held captive by my fear.” But Marcus’s sin and fear is not without answer, and neither is ours. We’ve been delivered from sin, redeemed, and restored as sons and daughters of the King. So we can then declare along with him that, “My God, You came and made a way for me.” Just like “Gracious Redeemer,” each track on this album carries its own backstory, and each is featured in the 11 accompanying story-behind-the-song films.


Beyond the songs, the artists behind This Glorious Grace each have their unique stories. One of the most unlikely stories comes from Jaleesa McCreary. McCreary leads the live audience on the title track for the album, but five years ago, something like this seemed impossible.


In 2010, McCreary was a vocal performance major at Texas State University when she was diagnosed with cysts on her vocal chords. Doctors informed her she might never sing again.  Within a week of diagnosis, she underwent surgery to remove the cysts.


The prospect of losing her voice led McCreary to question her purpose, but God was using those questions for her good. She was not wholeheartedly pursuing Jesus then, and her mother kept reassuring her, “We just have to trust the Lord with this.”


McCreary remembers asking herself, What does that mean? I don’t actually know how to do that. After the surgery, the results were better than expected, but the doctors still did not expect her to recover her singing voice. From that moment on, the Lord revealed to her exactly what it looked like to trust Him.


McCreary had been attending The Austin Stone Community Church for a few months. She applied and was accepted as an intern working on social media at the Stone. Her voice started to recover through therapy. She started trying to sing jazz instead of the opera she pursued before. God began to strip away pride she had always felt in her singing. McCreary learned to trust Him, and she learned her identity was not in her voice, but in Christ. Her voice grew stronger, and she found herself leading worship for students. It grew stronger still and she was asked to lead worship during Advent. After Advent, she was a regularly leading worship at The Austin Stone Community Church’s Downtown campus.


Now, McCreary finds herself singing words on the title track of this record that resonate deeply in her soul. When she sings the opening lines of “This Glorious Grace,” she sees a sweetness in the lyrics that others may not. “I think they are so personal. I need you, every breath, every pulse of my heart,” she quotes. “It’s His glorious grace that we can believe that it’s true. They’re not just words we say. They’re actually true.”


This Glorious Grace is more than a worship album—it’s a full body of resources for the global church, for worship leaders and individual worshippers alike. For each song on the album, Austin Stone Worship released a film of the live recording, the story behind the song, a theology paper, and other free resources for worship leaders and musicians. The films, stories, and resources for this project flow from a desire to bless and serve the people of The Austin Stone Community Church and churches around the world.


“God is infinitely worthy of more praise,” Ivey says. “There need to be more congregations all over the globe sitting in living rooms, cathedrals, arenas, and backyards worshiping Jesus. He deserves more worship.”

Lauren Daigle Wins Three Prestigious Dove Awards

Lauren Daigle Wins Three Prestigious Dove Awards
Single “First” Reaches No. 1 on Billboard’s National Christian Audience Chart
Daigle performs at 46th Annual Dove Awards
Photo Credit: Jamie Gilliam
Nashville, Tenn. (October 14, 2015) —- It was an incredible evening for Centricity Music artist Lauren Daigle at the taping of the 46th Annual Dove Awards that will air on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Sunday, October 18, 9:00 pm CST. The talented singer/songwriter won three prestigious awards including New Artist of the Year, Song of the Year (“How Can It Be”) and Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year (“How Can It Be”). The triple win also earned Daigle the honor of being one of the top award winners at last night’s show. This is a remarkable achievement considering that Daigle’s debut album, How Can It Be, released April 2015. 
Daigle was also a sought after interview on the Dove Awards red carpet that included interviews with WKRN-TV/ABC (live feed), WTVF-TV/CBS, RFD-TV, Juce TV, Salem Music Network and CCM Magazine, which will feature Daigle as the cover artist on the November 1st issue. 
“What a night! I’m completely in awe of how graciously the industry welcomed me,” says Daigle.  “Many people find themselves in a lifelong search for just one person to believe in them and in their art. Last night was a clear representation of an industry that is championing me on. I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to represent a God full of mercy and love that He would not only allow us the ability to create, but also to be rewarded for obedience. Thank you to everyone who played a part in believing in ‘How Can It Be’ and the heart behind the music.”
Daigle with her three Dove Awards for New Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year – Photo Credit: Getty Images
Daigle had another major career achievement this week, as her second single, “First,” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s National Christian Audience Chart (NCA). This is the first NCA No. 1 song for Daigle and the first chart-topping single for her label, Centricity Music. Lauren’s debut single, “How Can It Be” peaked at No. 6 on the NCA chart in March 2015. Daigle also has become a video favorite with her reaching 27 million views on You Tube.
“What a special week in the continuing journey for Lauren Daigle. To land her first No.1 single was a huge achievement for her and the radio team. To have the radio community embrace Lauren with open arms is so rewarding.” states Steve Ford, General Manager, Centricity Music. “Then to have the Christian music community do the same with three Dove Awards is beyond overwhelming.”
Daigle currently is on tour with Casting Crowns Thrive Tour that will run through November, followed by the Chris Tomlin ADORE Christmas Tour in December.  For continued updates on Daigle please visit,,
About Lauren Daigle
Dove Award and K-LOVE Award winning artist, Lauren Daigle, had her first full album, How Can It Be, debut No. 1 on Billboard’s Christian Albums Chart in 2015. Her second single from the project, “First,” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s National Audience Chart. Daigle was a multiple award winner in 2015 at the 46th Annual Dove Awards (New Artist of Year, Song of the Year, Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year) and at the K-LOVE 3rd Annual Awards (Worship Song of the Year). She was named one of Christian music’s 2014 breakout artists with her debut EP, How Can It Be, reaching No. 1 on iTunes Christian Albums Chart and named as one of the Top 20 Christian releases last year by the online retail outlet. The title track went No. 6 at Christian radio, No. 1 on iTunes Christian Singles Chart and named by iTunes as one of the Top Christian songs of 2014.  Daigle also serves as a worship leader at Andy Stanley’s North Point Community Church in Atlanta, GA.
About Centricity Music
Centricity was founded in 2005 with a commitment to artist development and stylistic diversity. Based in Franklin TN, artists include Aaron Shust, Andrew Peterson, Carrollton, Jared Anderson, Jason Gray, Jonny Diaz, Jordan Feliz, Lauren Daigle and Unspoken. The company’s mission is to enable their artists to create life-changing experiences for the world, by providing label, management and publishing services.

TMC Congratulates Our Dove Award Winners

The Media Collective Congratulates Our
2015 Dove Award Winners
Nashville, Tenn. (October 14, 2015) — The Media Collective would like to congratulate our clients who took home awards last night at the 46th Annual GMA Dove Awards. Sadie Robertson and Erica Campbell hosted the awards, which took place at Nashville’s Lipscomb University. The show will air on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) on Sunday, October 18, 2015.

Crowders Neon Steeple won the Recorded Music Packaging award with designer Leighton Ching, art directors Shelley Giglio, Mike McCloskey, Leighton Ching, Becca Wildsmith and photographers Zack Arias and Mary Caroline Mann. Crowder’s current single “Lift Your Head Weary Sinner (Chains),” has reached the Top 5 on CHR and the Top 15 on the National Christian Audience Chart. Crowder is heading out with Chris Tomlin later this season on the “ADORE Christmas Tour.”

Colton Dixon took home the Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year award for ANCHOR, produced by David Garcia, Adam Watts, Andy Dodd and Gannin Arnold. The album includes the most played Hot AC single of 2014, “More Of You,” which spent three weeks at No. 1, as well as “Through All of It,” his fourth consecutive No. 1 at Hot AC Radio. Dixon recently released dual EPs Calm and Storm and is currently on the ***THIS IS NOT A TEST*** Tour with TobyMac and Britt Nicole.

Nashville-based Full Circle Music, helmed by Seth Mosley, took top honors, garnering four wins, including Producer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year (non-artist)Pop Contemporary Album of the Year for Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong. (producer) by for KING & COUNTRY and Inspirational Album of the Year for Above It All (producer) by Phillips Craig & Dean.

Skillet took home the Rock Song of the Year award for “Good To Be Alive,” written by John L. Cooper, Zac Maloy and Tom Douglas. Skillet recently earned their third RIAA certified platinum single as their song “Awake & Alive” sold over one million digital copies. The group is currently in the studio preparing for a 2016 release as they wrap up as headliners of the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular.

Michael W. Smith took home the award for Christmas Album of the Year for Michael W. Smith & Friends: The Spirit of Christmas, produced by Smith, Robert Deaton and David Hamilton. The holiday spirit will continue for Smith later this season as he sets out on a Christmas tour, co-billing with Amy Grant on select dates.

Laura Story was honored with the Inspirational Song of the Year award for “O Love Of God” written by Story, Cindy Morgan and Ian Cron. Story’s debut Christmas album God With Us released October 9, following the September release of her second book “When God Doesn’t Fix It: Lessons You Never Wanted to Learn; Truths You Can’t Live Without.”

Chris Tomlin, along with Daniel Carson, Ed Cash, Gloria Gaither, Jason Ingram, Matt Maher and Bill Gaither wrote “Because He Lives (Amen)” by Matt Maher, which took home Worship Song of the Year. Tomlin is currently on the fall leg of his “Love Ran Red Tour” and is setting out later this season on a Christmas tour in support of ADORE: Christmas Songs of Worship, releasing October 23. His current single “Good Good Father” hit the No. 1 spot on iTunes Christian Songs chart the same day it released and is rapidly climbing the radio charts, already hitting No. 19 on the National Christian Audience chart.

About The Media Collective
Everyone has a story to tell. The difference for many artists, authors and media personalities comes in having a talented team behind them who can help best communicate that story. Some of the biggest names in faith-based entertainment have relied upon the expertise of those at The Media Collective to do just that. And they put their faith in the right people. This talented PR team has secured coverage for them in publications including Billboard, People, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CALLED Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, CCM Magazine, Relevant, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, SELF, Seventeen, Shape, Patheos, Focus on the Family, Keep the Faith, Moody, Beliefnet and American Family Radio as well as spots on The Tonight Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, NBC’s Today Show, The View, Larry King Live, Conan, GAC, MSNBC, Fox News Channel, Fox & Friends, CBS This Morning, CNN and more.

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Chris Tomlin Launches Fall Tour As New Single Quickly Hits No. 1 On iTunes Christian Songs Chart

Chris Tomlin Launches Fall Leg of “Love Ran Red Tour”

Biggest tour of GRAMMY® winner’s career kicked off last week in Nashville

New single, “Good Good Father” quickly tops iTunes Christian Songs Chart

Chris and Lauren Tomlin open up about their marriage and more in
CALLED Magazine cover story

Nashville, Tenn. (October 12, 2015) — Chris Tomlin has set out on the second leg of what’s already been the biggest tour of his career, the “Love Ran Red Tour.” Featuring special guests Rend Collective, the 22-city tour kicked off in Nashville last week. Tomlin will continue to share uplifting music from his hit album Love Ran Red, including title track “At The Cross (Love Ran Red),” which recently hit the No. 1 spot on the National Christian Audience chart.

More than 200,000 people attended the first leg of the tour this spring, selling out venues in Chicago, Seattle, Phoenix, Dallas and more. The tour helped raise more than $700K for CURE International, an organization with which Tomlin is partnering for the “Love Ran Red Tour.” For tickets and additional tour information, click here.

Brand new music from Tomlin is resonating with listeners as his recently released single, “Good Good Father,” hit the No. 1 spot on the iTunes Christian Songs Chart the day it released. 

In less than two weeks, more than 25 radio stations have added the single, including many large markets across the country and network stations KLOVE, AIR1 and Sirius XM. The single is shooting up the charts, already hitting No. 19 on the National Christian Audience Chart. 

“In every record, there’s a song that comes along that I’m just captured by. God is a good Father, and I think people need to hear that more than ever,” Tomlin said. “What a beautiful thing to stand and proclaim and just let people experience the heart and the power of those words – ‘you’re a good good Father.'”

Pat Barrett and Tony Brown wrote “Good Good Father,” and Barrett is featured on the track. “What an honor to carry this song,” Tomlin continued. “It was really important to me that Pat Barrett, who wrote the song, be a part of the recording because he captured the heart so well.” 

Tomlin and his wife Lauren recently opened up about their marriage and ministry as they spoke candidly with CALLED Magazine for a cover feature. To read what the two had to say, click here.

Tomlin is also preparing to release ADORE: Christmas Songs of Worship, available October 23. Billboard recently premiered “What Child Is This? (feat. All Sons & Daughters)” along with a Behind The Album feature.
Love Ran Red Tour
Oct 08 – West Riverfront Park Amphitheater – Nashville, TN
Oct 09 – ASU Convocation Center – Jonesboro, AR

Oct 10 – iWireless Center – Moline, IL
Oct 11 – Ralston Arena – Ralston, NE

Oct 13 – Old National Events Plaza – Evansville, IN

Oct 15 – Koka Booth Amphitheater – Cary, NC

Oct 16 – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL

Oct 17 – Infinite Energy Center – Duluth, GA

Oct 18 – CFE Arena – Orlando, FL

Oct 20 – Baton Rouge River Center – Baton Rouge, LA

Oct 22 – Reed Arena – College Station, TX

Oct 23 – American Bank Center – Corpus Christi, TX

Oct 24 – Ford Park – Beaumont, TX

Oct 25 – BOK Center – Tulsa, OK

Nov 05 – Memorial Coliseum – Fort Wayne, IN

Nov 06 – Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University – Cleveland, OH

Nov 07 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI

Nov 08 – Bank of Kentucky Center – Cincinnati, KY

Nov 10 – Charleston Civic Center Coliseum – Charleston, WV

Nov 11 – Altria Theater – Richmond, VA

Nov 13 – Royal Farms Arena – Baltimore, MD

Nov 14 – CONSOL Energy Center – Pittsburgh, PA

About Chris Tomlin
With ten albums, 13 No. 1 radio singles, a GRAMMY® Award and eight additional nominations, three Billboard Music Awards, 21 Dove Awards, a platinum and four gold albums to his credit, Chris Tomlin is among the most well-known and influential artists in contemporary Christian music. Referred to by TIME Magazine as “most likely the most often sung artist anywhere,” Tomlin consistently has several songs in the top 20 of the Top 100 CCLI songs. BMI and GMA Dove Awards’ 2014 Songwriter of the Year, Tomlin’s “How Great Is Our God” was his first No. 1 on the CCLI Top 25, becoming one of the fasting rising modern day hymns in CCLI chart history. In addition to having sold more than 7 million albums and over 8.9 million digital tracks, Tomlin made history as his No. 1 single “Jesus Messiah” (Hello Love) garnered 97 adds at radio, making it the biggest ever add date in Christian radio history, and recently tied the record for most top tens in the history of Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs chart as his current hit, “At the Cross (Love Ran Red)” broke into the top ten. In the midst of his record-breaking success, Tomlin continues touring and leading at Passion Conference gatherings across the US and worldwide, including his recent Worship Night In America events, which sold out NYC’s Madison Square Garden, Denver’s Red Rock’s and Sacramento’s Sleep Train Arena. Burning Lights debuted at No. 1 atop the Billboard 200 in January 2013, making history as only the fourth Christian music album to do so, and his tenth recording, Love Ran Red is available now. ADORE: Christmas Songs of Worship will debut during the 2015 Christmas season.

Alaché Returns November 6th with The Chronicles of The Mrs.

Produced by Davey Lindsey and the UK’s Eminik, Alaché’s upcoming EP includes a collaboration with Ron Kenoly, Jr

(WASHINGTON, DC) — MADE, INC recording artist Alaché returns November 6th with her new 7-track EP, The Chronicles of The Mrs. The lead single, “Heaven’s Angel,” featuring Ron Kenoly, Jr., is available now at digital outlets including iTunes.

Alaché is reemerging after 5 years away from the Christian music scene (her last album was 2010’s Until Now), during which time she married her husband Audu, and had two baby girls. Her new life as a wife and mother has undeniably helped shape who she has become and the message she conveys through her music.

“Oh, I thought I was grown the last time, but boy have I grown in five years,” says Alaché. “So much has happened, so much to talk about. I have definitely matured as a woman, as a person and citizen of this world. I entered a whole new school of life these past few years and it has been an interesting ride!”

The singer-songwriter has a brand new team, producers and collaborators. The Chronicles of The Mrs. was produced by Dave “DaveyBoy” Lindsey (Monica, Traci Braxton) and the UK’s Eminik, who recently went viral with a remix of One Direction’s “No Control.” Alaché also collaborated with Ron Kenoly, Jr., who she has followed for a long time – something she calls “a dream come true.”

Alaché, a name derived from her native Nigeria, draws inspiration from Gospel artist Michelle Williams (formerly of Destiny’s Child) and Contemporary Christian artist Rachael Lampa. The songs on The Chronicles of The Mrs. are not your typical R&B / Praise & Worship, but rather a collection of engaging, edgy and upbeat songs that will move both your feet and your soul.

Track Listing for The Chronicles of the Mrs. :
1. Another Day
2. Heaven’s Angel – featuring Ron Kenoly, Jr.
3. Awaken Me
4. Same Tears Different Pain
5. Find Me
6. Hiding Place
7. Heaven’s Angel (Acoustic) – featuring Ron Kenoly, Jr.

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