On March 22, Redbird Common will host its five-year celebration in Franklin, Tennessee featuring 20 of the artists and songwriters who have been a part of the past 23 events.
“We are truly believing that these nights of worship and prayer will be strategic in seeing revival break out in our nation.”
Since its launch in 2016, the tour aims to empower a generation to boldly walk in the freedom of who they were created to be in Christ.
Redjett’s family of artists – Lauren Daigle, Sadie Robertson, Chris McClarney, Cody Carnes and Hollyn – will lend their time and talent to showcase the healing power of music.
The album announcement follows the release of the project’s anthemic first single and live music video, “Hallelujah For The Cross,” which was introduced the week of Easter.
Capitol Christian Music Group announces Jesus Culture artist Chris McClarney releases his anthemic single, “Hallelujah For The Cross,” today.
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