Shane & Shane Announce "The Worship Initiative" To Release Apr. 28th by Merge PR on 2015-03-25 12:59:27
Nashville, Tenn. – 25 March 2015 - The worship duo of Shane & Shane, comprised of Shane Everett and Shane Barnard, announces the release of their album, The Worship Initiative, available on April 28 with Fair Trade Services. The 12-song project is in addition to their specialized Worship Initiative program, an online resource where worship leaders and musicians can receive both musical training and spiritual teaching.
The music found on The Worship Initiative showcases well-known worship songs that express the duo’s passion for their Worship Initiative project. "We love this record," Shane Everett says. "We want to set the table for people to experience the Lord on a daily basis. We want this album to really encourage people in their walk."
Many of the tracks found on the album are fundamental songs from Shane & Shane's church setlist where they lead worship, The Porch at Watermark in Dallas, TX. Some of the songs are also from songwriting class the duo taught for five years, yet every track on this album merges with the mission of The Worship Initiative, which is discipleship.
For more than a year, Shane & Shane has been spearheading The Worship Initiative, which has become a major training resource for worship leaders and musicians around the world. "There is boot camp for songwriters and musicians where we explore every aspect of a song—drums, guitar, keyboard, bass, mandolin, even vocals," says Shane Barnard. "There is a devotional for every worship song, as well as charting and university classes for theological training."
Shane & Shane split their time between leading worship at their church and touring around the world. For more information, please visit ShaneandShane.com. To learn more about The Worship Initiative, be sure to check out TheWorshipInitiative.com. To hear more, click on the performance video below from Shane & Shane of the album's first single, "All The Poor And Powerless."
The Worship Initiative Track Listing:
1. All The Poor And Powerless
2. Christ Be All Around Me
4. God Of Ages Past
5. Great Are You Lord
6. Jesus Loves Me
7. Man Of Sorrows
8. Scandal Of Grace
9. Seas Of Crimson
10. So I Can Love
11. This I Believe
12. You Make Me Brave
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