Hendersonville, TN (October 18, 2011) – The wait is over for fans anticipating the newest music from former Gaither Vocal Band member, Marshall Hall. Daywind Records is excited to announce the release of the GRAMMY Award winning artist’s debut project, entitled Brighter One. The recording, which is now available at retail, combines Country, Southern Gospel and Inspirational influences to produce a top quality project that is being reviewed as one of the best releases this year.
Brighter One, produced by Marshall Hall, Michael English and Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, features both brand new songs, such as “Brighter One” and “When You Love,” as well as favorites like “I Just Feel Like Something Good Is About To Happen” and “Voice Of A Savior.” The first Southern Gospel radio single, “There Is Nothing Greater Than Grace,” co-written by Hall, released to radio last month and received outstanding reviews at the National Quartet Convention.
“This project has been a long-time in coming, and I am thrilled to finally let folks hear it,” shares Marshall Hall. “It really has a lot of my heart in it – I am sold out to what the songs speak to, and believe that we all need to hear these messages. Now we’ll see what God’s planning to do with it.”
Brighter One is available at Christian retail stores across the country and digitally at iTunes and other outlets. Bulk purchasing for gift and ministry purposes is available by calling 1-800-635-9581.
Daywind Records is based in Hendersonville, TN, and is distributed worldwide through New Day Christian Distributors. Daywind is home to such great artists as the Booth Brothers, Sisters, and Brian Free & Assurance, among others.
For more information on Daywind Records, visit daywindrecords.com. For more information on Marshall Hall visit marshallhallmusic.com.
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