(Nashville, TN) To say Trey Ivey is a busy man these days – well, that would be a huge understatement!

From his frequent travel as the crowd-pleasing pianist for Legacy Five to his work as a permanent member of the Blue Jean Band on the popular Music City Show, he’s now added a few more bullet points to his already impressive resume.

StowTown Records is proud to announce the recent release of Ivey’s debut solo project, Timeless.

The album is filled with many of the popular old hymns of the church like “Victory in Jesus“, “Softly and Tenderly“, and “How Great Thou Art/My Tribute” along with a few longtime Southern Gospel classics like “Just Over in the Gloryland/I Feel Like I Am Traveling On” and Mosie Lister’s “Goodbye World Goodbye.”

It’s a collection of some of my all-time favorite songs that I grew up on,” said Ivey. “It’s just such an honor to have two influential icons like Lari Goss and Wayne Haun play such a big part in this project. I was also so happy to have two of the best singers in the industry, TaRanda Greene and Amber Nelon Thompson, add their powerful voices to the album.”

Timeless is available now at Christian bookstores and retailers everywhere as well as most digital outlets.

Topping off a very busy month in addition to the release of his first solo project, Ivey was married on Saturday, June 6.
In front of a wedding crowd of over 250 family and friends, Ivey and Lauren Copolo took their vows in the courtyard area at the historic Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center in Roanoke, VA.
Lauren, a Roanoke native, was a Psychology major and currently works in the mental health industry as a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Technician.
The Iveys make their home in Spring Hill, TN, a suberb south of Nashville.