Multi-Award winning male trio and Mansion Entertainment recording artist, THREE BRIDGES, recently released their newest project entitled TWELVE. Group founder and baritone singer, Elliott McCoy, said, “We are so excited about this project! We believe God gave us some truly anointed songs and we think this is our best recording to date.”
The group admits that TWELVE may seem to be an unusual title. From the liner notes of the album: Why “TWELVE?” We’re glad you asked! Actually, there are several reasons. Maybe the most important reason is that September 2012 begins Three Bridges 12th year of ministry. This is also Three Bridges’ 12th recording. We’ve chosen 12 songs for this CD and we see each of them as a unique reminder of just how good, faithful and loving God has been to His children.
The first single release from TWELVE is the song, “Forgive Myself.” Written by John Lemonis and Amy Keffer, the song features lead singer Shannon Smith, and is a powerful reminder that “if Jesus can forgive me, then it’s time to forgive myself.” Shannon says, “Most Christians know that God has forgiven them of their sins, but many of us struggle to forgive ourselves. We tend to focus so much on our sin and it’s consequences that we forget that God dealt with the sin when Jesus took our punishment at the cross.”
There are several ways you can get this latest release from Three Bridges. You can pick it up at your local Christian bookstore, order it from Three Bridges webstore at http://www.threebridges.net and o,f course, you can get it at a Three Bridges concert. Very soon it will be available for download on iTunes.
Three Bridges’ music is rooted in traditional Southern Gospel as well as “Black Gospel” music. This blended style has given the group a unique flair and has opened many doors for them to share their exciting and energy-packed stage presentation.