I hope you are well. I just wanted to share with you about an exciting new project that I will be working on and some exciting opportunities that I am offering to help fund this project.
I have been handpicked by ‘Home grown worship’ to record some of my congregational worship songs. I worked really hard at developing my congregational writing whilst on 10,000 fathers worship school and I am really excited to be able to record some of these songs soon to be able to share with other churches and radio stations. I am passionate about worship, encouraging others and sharing a message of hope and I really pray my songs will minister to and encourage many.
To help fund this project I have set up a rocket fuel page with lots of different products and opportunities. From cds and books, encouragement packs, singing lessons, training sessions to a night of musical entertainment. I would be really grateful if you could have a look and see if any of these might be something you or your church would be interested in. If you know someone else who might love some of the products on offer please do pass on the info.
Sending lots of love and prayers,
I am super excited to let you know that my brand new book is now available on Kindle!
Below is the link, happy reading!
Here is a link to my article on Cross rhythms, which shares some of the story behind the songs from my brand new album ‘Work in progress’. I hope it encourages you,
My new album “Work In Progress” is out today:
CDs available from my shop
Also available online:
Here’s some of the story behind my new album. Launch gig – 30th March. Available online – 1st April:
Here’s the story behind my forthcoming single, “The Piano”. Available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, Spotify and others on 11th March 2019.
I’m launching “Work In Progress” – a unique blend of musical styles that have inspired me – this album entwines uplifting and joyful melodies, piano-led songs and beautiful emotive songs. Together the songs describe an honest and vulnerable journey through life struggles, the relief of being diagnosed with autism, and the joy and identity in seeing the uniqueness and beauty in the way she was made.
Support Act: Susie Mills – Glistening vocals and haunting melodies combined with a mix of Ambient, electronic and folk sounds.
Tickets: £8.50 in advance (£10 on the door)