Gospel Music Tuesday: Amy Grant, Desmond Pringle, The Pace Sisters and more

This is a great day for music. Amy Grant releases her highly anticipated album, Desmond Pringle is back after six years and The Pace Sisters release a new single. Here is the new music for today, May 14.

Amy GrantHow Mercy Looks From HereAmy Grant. In Grant’s first album in ten years, she recruited an impressive array of friends and heroes alike including James Taylor, Carole King, Sheryl Crow, Eric Paslay, Will Hoge, and of course, Vince Gill. “Don’t Try So Hard” is the first single on the project that includes the warm vocals of James Taylor. Other songs include, “If I Could See,” “Better Not To Know,” “Faith” and the title track.

Fidelity Desmond Pringle. After a six-year recording hiatus, Pringle is back on theBaselineConcept scene with the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs Top 30 radio smash, “Can’t Even Imagine.” The song anchors Pringle’s new Kingdom Records debut CD “Fidelity” that hits stores and digital platforms everywhere today. The twelve-track project was produced by Grammy Award winner Cedric Thompson and features a blend of down home church songs and praise and worship songs. Other songs include, “The Latter Is Greater’ and “Put The Word On It.”

“Just Believe”-The Pace Sisters new single, “Just Believe” was produced by Teddy Riley. The project is being executive produced by The Pace Sisters and music business executive, Vivian Scott Chew, via their new partnership.

Also released:
Live in Atlanta-Monica Lisa Stevenson
Goin’ Home-Whosoever South
Bring Your NothingShane and Shane
Then Sings My SoulKatie Ainge
Paradyme Shift-ReadyWriter
Before/After-Lights Align
Ultimate Collection-Robin Mark
Something More-The Altars

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