New album shows Cheri Keaggy’s vulnerable side
Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Cheri Keaggy is set to unveil her most vulnerable album to date, So I Can Tell, on July 10. The first CD since her independent 2007 release, Because He First Loved Us, Keaggy draws on the encouragement of Scripture and her utter reliance on the comforting power of God to create an honest, engaging recording that is reflective of her emergence from a difficult season in life.
“Out of the trials of the past months, I feel like God has given me some gold,” Keaggy says of the new songs. “Now it’s time for me to pour it out.”
Under the guidance of Gospel Music Hall of Famer and legendary guitarist Phil Keaggy, Cheri Keaggy called on the combined talents of Scott Dente and Ken Lewis from Global Genius Productions to produce the new record. The combination of rich, acoustic sounds with Cheri Keaggy’s signature plaintive vocals and searingly honest lyrics results in a project that confronts life’s realities, even when filled with despair, and offers listeners the way to navigate through the challenges to a place of hope through Christ.
Fashions will be modeled by Rachel’s House participants and graduates, delicious light fare, and stories of hope.
Tickets are $25 and are limited, so reserve a ticket for mom and any other special woman in your life!
Order tickets online at www.lowerlights.org or by phone at 614-228-3855.
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Posted on May 15, 2012, in Pop Culture and tagged Cheri Keaggy, Chris Pugh, Columbus, Grace Brethren Church, GracePolaris, Lower Lights Ministries, Phil Keaggy, So I Can Tell, View From The Pugh. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.