Matt Redman’s Grammy Award Winning Worship Song “10,000 Reasons” & Recording New Live Album At ‘Lift Conference’

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English Christian artist and worship leader Matt Redman has been working closely with Passion City Church in Atlanta to record his new album, “Let The Future Begin”.

The album will be recorded live at the Passion City church during the ‘LIFT Conference’, a worship leading conference that brings talented artists and like minded Christians to one place. The conference is from May 31st to June 1 and will be showcasing Christian artists as: Chris Tomlin, Crowder, Louie Giglio, and Kristian Stanfill.

The conference will allow artists and individuals to have the space of being in Gods presence without the constraints of having to lead fans and other artists alike. The gathering is said to give the attendees a sense of hope, power, and clarity amongst their worship leaders resulting in a new purpose.

Redmans new album, “Let the Future Begin” will consist of songs and showcases from the actual ‘LIFT Conference’ and will even include songs from other artists attended.

“We are all excited to share these songs from Passion 2013 at the Dome as we continue to sing-along together of Gods amazing faithfulness.” stated Redman.

The new album will also include a Deluxe Edition that contains glimpses from the event, personal interviews with Louie Giglio and more bonus tracks from the first album.

Redman just recently was awarded two GRAMMYs From the 55th Annual Grammy awards for “10,000 reasons”. Redman won in the category of both Best Gospel/Christian Music performance and Best Contemporary Christian music song. His “10,000 Reasons” was also recorded live at the ‘LIFT Conference’ performance back in 2011.

The song has surpassed Redmans expectations and has made a name for itself in being the one of the most influential songs fro Christian music.

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article courtesy of BreatheCast.com

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