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Record Release Party: July 5th

Record Release Party: July 5th
JULY 5TH - SAN DIEGO, CA RECORD RELEASE PARTY ON BOARD THE HORNBLOWER       Ahoy, me Hearties!  Batten down the hatches & imagine yourself settin' sail around the San Diego bay aboard the Inspiration Hornblower while the sun is a settin' and the dolphins are a jumpin' and whales are a hummin' along to WHERE THE LIGHT SHINES THROUGH.  Just another fine day on the open sea celebrating the release of our 10th album! Yo ho ho!  Get your tickets here: GET TICKETS    

The Wound Is Where The Light Shines Through

The Wound Is Where The Light Shines Through
Much love to Lecrae and The New Respects - thanks for an incredible tour. Gonna miss y'all! Most of all, thanks to Drew, Jerome, Chad & Tim for your patience with me for the last 9 albums. Here's to the future, excited to travel down that road with such an incredible band of brothers And to our extended family- Chico, Ryan, Phiffer, Hersh, Travis, Bruce, Tammy, Bobby, Tanner, Ali, Brittany, Andrew, Mark, David, and everyone else out there who has supported us and worked so hard to get these songs out there for folks to listen to- thanks for fighting for these...

FLOAT & PREEMPTIVE LOVE

FLOAT & PREEMPTIVE LOVE
Float is a new song of ours- a song that was inspired by my friend Jeremy who lives in Iraq with his family, working with an organization called preemptivelove.org. These days, Jeremy has been spending most of his time working with the victims of Isis. Survivors, refugees, children, families who need help. Got this from jeremy yesterday: “The battle against ISIS in Fallujah has begun. 50,000 women and children are starving, eating grass, being used as human shields. It’s ground zero for the entire ISIS movement. I’m trying to get aid to the front lines. (As you can imagine, there...

Where the Light Shines Through

Where the Light Shines Through
ALBUM #10:  Where the Light Shines Through Get it now Where the Light Shines Through Ironically, this album of light was born from one of the darkest times I’ve ever been through.  But instead of running away from the darkness, I wanted to meet it face to face. So I made a commitment to sit on a rock near the ocean for thirty minutes a day and wrestle with these dark questions. The darkness and I would argue every night. On the same rock, under the same stars: just the darkness and I fighting it out alongside of the uncompromising roar of the pacific...