Tag Archives: Jason Ingram

Review: Chris Tomlin – Never Lose Sight (Deluxe Edition)

christomlinThere are some artists who just seem to have the Midas touch, who seem to be able to do no wrong nor take a false step. Chris Tomlin is just such an artist, crafting hit after hit after hit for years now and just when you think the well might be dried up, he emerges with yet another strong collection of vertically charged songs for the Church in Never Lose Sight. Packed with Tomlin’s signature worship style, these songs continue the artist’s focus on the hope and joy found in Christ.

Essential Music Publishing Snags Four Dove Awards

essentialIt was announced during Tuesday’s 47th Annual GMA Dove Awards that Essential Music Publishing received a total of four Dove Award wins, thanks to two of their most well-known producer/writers, Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury. Ingram was awarded as Songwriter of the Year (non-artist), while Paul Mabury won for “Trust In You” as Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year. Together, Mabury and Ingram received Dove wins as producers for both the Inspirational Album of the Year (Brave New World by Amanda Cook) and Children’s Music Album of the Year (Come Alive from Bethel Kids).  

Writer/Producer Jason Ingram Scores Three GRAMMY Nods

JasonIngramEssential Music Publishing writer and producer, Jason Ingram, was honored with three GRAMMY® nominations for the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

Review: Amanda Cook – Brave New World

AmandaCookAs much of the world of Christian music has gone the way of the “worship” genre, there’s been a slight homogenization of the music. This shift has led to some lessened songwriting and rather pedestrian arrangements as well intentioned artists seek to craft music that’s engaging but able to fit into a congregational setting. Yet, thankfully, there are others who’ve stepped forward with a different understanding of what worship is and can be and who have set forth on a creative journey to explore and discover new ways of giving praise to the Creator. Bethel Music has been among those pioneering outlets and this latest from Amanda Cook, Brave New World, continues that journey.

Amanda Cook’s “Brave New World” Draws Critical Applause

AmandaCookBethel Music,the worship music and community of songwriters emerging from Bethel Church in Redding, CA, releases the debut solo album from artist Amanda Cook, Brave New World, today (Sept. 25) through Provident Distribution.

One Sonic Society Offer Up the Songwriter’s Side on “Make a Way”

OneSonicSocietyDynamic duo and producer-songwriters Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury are at it again with the recent release of worship songs they’ve penned in the Make A Way EP.

Jason Crabb Returns with “Whatever the Road” This September

JasonCrabbGRAMMY® winner and 21-time Dove Award winning artist Jason Crabb is set to release his new album, Whatever The Road, on September 18. This is Crabb’s fifth solo album of his career and his first with new label home Reunion Records, a division of Provident Label Group/Sony Music. 

I AM THEY Set to Debut Jan. 27th

IAMTHEYEssential Records/Provident Label Group’s new recording artist I AM THEY, is set to release its self-titled debut album on January 27, 2015. The group’s lead single, “From The Day,” is available on iTunes and is impacting at Christian radio nationwide.

Review: Worship Central – Set Apart

Worship Central_Set Apart CoverSince 2006, Worship Central has been a movement of leaders dedicated to training and raising up a generation of worshippers. Through a series of training events across the world, working outward from their London home base, the collective has touched thousands of lives and continues to press in, seeking to “see the worship life of the local church around the world explode,” as director Tim Hughes explains. And on the collective’s latest recording, Set Apart, the leaders of Worship Central lead by example.

Review: Jason Gray – Love Will Have the Final Word

JasonGrayJason Gray has spent the better part of his career being revered, and rightly so, for writing intelligent and thoughtful songs, couching them in friendly and accessible frames of pop and singer-songwriter styled arrangements. With the artist’s latest release, Love Will Have the Final Word, Gray continues to hold true to those sentiments, crafting an album that is honest and heartfelt, tackling themes personal and difficult yet universal and managing to deliver them in a way that invites further listens.