Artist: Charles Billingsley
Album: Right Here
Label: StowTown Records
For many years, the persuasive voice and heart of Charles Billingsley have been soaring over the heart of the Church around the globe. On the weekly platforms of Thomas Road Baptist Church and Liberty University convocations; guest hosting Christian TV broadcasts; reaching the lost and broken in remote world areas; this guy is showing up just about everywhere proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
I’m so excited for my friend, Charles, that he has just released a new recording entitled, Right Here! The album, produced by Seth Mosley and Keith Everette Smith, brings into view a new and fascinating dimension to the already artistically diverse Billingsley. Mosley has taken Charles to a coercive place where the Church meets contemporary streams of innovation. Phenomenal programming, thriving and energetic guitars, booming drums, and exceptional vocals fill the album from start to finish.
There are some really good songs on this project. Tunes on my “noteworthy” list include: Mountaintops, Hallelujah For the Savior, Victory, and There’s Nothing My God Cannot Do. If you haven’t made all your final Easter worship service plans, give this album a listen. No doubt, you’ll want your choir and congregation singing some of these new anthems very soon.
Watch here as Charles gives a little insight into the new album:
Pick up a copy of this exciting album today at iTunes! Choral and congregational charts for select songs are coming very soon from LifeWay Worship.
We have more Charles Billingsley! Please be on the look out for Parts 2 & 3 coming soon…
Craig Adams, a recipient of multiple Dove Awards, has produced and/or participated in more than 3,500 recordings for artists, record labels, music publishers, tv/film, and radio over the past 35 years. In addition, his vast experience in music production, local church worship ministry, and musical direction for live events, along with his work at LifeWay Worship, gives him the talent, experience, and credibility to not only listen, but really hear, what each album delivers to the listeners.