NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriters and worship leaders Aaron & Amanda Crabb appeared Friday on A_AFox2FOXNews.com/Live’s “Spirited Debate.” Interviewed from San Antonio by FOX News Channel religion correspondent Lauren Green in New York, the duo discussed their recently released, critically-acclaimed fourth recording, Mercy (Difference Media/Capitol Christian Distribution).

During the segment, the couple also gave a special acoustic performance of “If I’m Guilty.” Featured on Mercy, the song was co-penned by Aaron’s father, award-winning songwriter Gerald Crabb, along with Tony Wood and Don Poythress.

A member of Southern Gospel’s legendary Crabb Family, Aaron Crabb and his wife Amanda have released three acclaimed projects as a duo—2008’s Dove-nominated After the Rain, 2009’s CD/DVD Live at Oaktree, and 2010’s Love With No End. Their latest effort, Mercy, features 11 songs revealing a decidedly country direction for the couple, including the album’s debut mainstream country radio single “I’m Learning,” and the multi-format Christian radio single “Take Him To The Place.” Aaron & Amanda Crabb also serve as worship leaders at San Antonio’s Cornerstone Church.

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