Saturday, October 6, 2012

Hear Me by Kyle Sherman Review & Giveaway

There is nothing more uplifting than a worship cd.  I was excited to learn of an opportunity to not only review Kyle Sherman's new worship CD Hear Me, but to also be able to give one away to one lucky reader as well!

I really have enjoyed this cd. It is very mellow and Sherman has a lovely, soothing voice- something I very much enjoy in worship music especially. This cd would be a great album to put on when you need to clear your head, want to listen to something uplifting or even on the way to church to get you in the groove of things! I think Kyle Sherman is very talented and I love that he is a fellow Texan. I particularly liked track number 5 All Things New (Hallelujah) and track number 8 One True Friend, although I would listen again to any song on Hear Me again.

Album Bio:

Fort Worth-based songer-songwriter Kyle Sherman recently signed on as the flagship artist to brand new label RayLynn Records, an opportunity that presented itself during a time period when a record deal wasn't even on his radar.

"It's crazy how God works," Kyle says. "Five years ago, I pushed pretty hard to do my own thing as a singer-songwriter, but every well I approached would dry up. It clearly wasn't the right time." So Kyle continued on a path of leading worship, taking a full-time role as worship leader at Lifechurch.TV's Forth Worth campus under the leadership of renowned pastor/author Craig Groeschel.

Just 3 years later Kyle made it back to Nashville, pouring his heart into a microphone at Sony studio with veteran producer and country singer-songwriter Mark Collie making his first album. God is faithful. Hear Me, the result of those sessions, is an eclectic and authentic mix of rootsy, southern soul.

Hear Me will be released on October 9.

For my information on Kyle Sherman or Hear Me check out his website and Youtube channel
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*Disclaimer- I received a complimentary copy of the cd mentioned above in hopes that I might mention it on my blog. All opinions stated are 100% my own.