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GRAMMY Award-Winning Brooke Ligertwood Hosts Powerful Evening for Live-Recording of Forthcoming Album “Seven”

By November 16, 2021News

Brooke Ligertwood, band and 30-pc choir in the closing number for the evening; Photo Credit to: Mary Caroline Russell/Nolan Knight

GRAMMY® Award-winning songwriter/producer/worship leader Brooke Ligertwood hosted a moving live recording experience for her forthcoming album “SEVEN: A Live Album By Brooke Ligertwood.” “SEVEN” is an album of entirely brand new worship songs written by Brooke and husband/longtime collaborator Scott Ligertwood, Jason Ingram (who is co-producing the album with Brooke), Pastor Steven Furtick, Brandon Lake, and other friends spontaneously in 2021. The performance featured a band comprised of gifted musicians from the breadth of the modern worship movement (Hillsong, Bethel, Vineyard), a 30-piece choir, and a collection of stunning new prayer-soaked songs written and arranged in line with Brooke’s singular vision with Jesus at the center.

Brandon Lake and Brooke Ligertwood; Photo Credit to: Mary Caroline Russell/Nolan Knight

Brooke Ligertwood is a Grammy-award winning songwriter, producer, and worship leader. With a passion for truth, art, humanity and the church, Brooke has served the global church through song, leadership and creativity through her many years as part of Hillsong Worship, which she leads globally, whilst also enjoying a successful mainstream career of almost two decades under her maiden name (Brooke Fraser). She passionately asserts that all of life, for the follower of Christ, is ministry. She and her husband Scott (also a songwriter) along with their two young daughters, are based in Orange County, California. Brooke is obsessive about the marriage of theology and art, and as such has penned a growing anthology of beloved congregational anthems like “What a Beautiful Name,” “King of Kings,” “Hosanna” and “Man of Sorrows” as well as devotional favorites like “Awake My Soul,” “New Wine,” “None But Jesus,” and many more.