BEC RECORDINGS’ FRESHMAN ARTIST ADAM CAPPA TO RELEASE LP THE RESCUE ON MARCH 13
Adam is a genuinely great guy, and this is an equally great album.
HearItFirst.com
AS SEEN ON THE JEREMY CAMP “WE CRY OUT” TOUR

BEC Recordings’ is thrilled to announce the release of the LP, The Rescue, from freshman artist Adam Cappa. Cappa will release this full-length label debut on March 13th following the release of his EP in 2011. This budding artist can be seen touring with his label-mate, mentor and co-producer Jeremy Camp on the “We Cry Out” tour currently on the road.
“Recording The Rescue was the most amazing experience of my life,” shares Cappa about recording with Jeremy Camp.  “Being able to just hang out talking about life and what the Lord was teaching us, and then to translate that all into words and melodies was an unbelievable experience. There was this unity in excitement and joy that surrounded us in knowing that this is God at work through us.”
The Rescue is his label debut, but his third career album. Cappa enlisted producer Andy Dodd as well as the aforementioned Camp, who has been involved in Cappa’s career from the beginning. A vocalist, guitarist, performer, young songwriter and communicator through and through, Adam Cappa is ready to share his heart.  It all started when Adam got involved with Young Life after accepting Christ as a sophomore in high school.  Fast-forward a few years and two independent records later,  Cappa is focused on his passion for ministry.

The media have already climbed on the bandwagon for Adam Cappa with the release of the EP in the fall.  In addition, Cappa has been the roving tour correspondent for HearItFirst.com as he did interviews in the fall with the David Crowder Band, Gunger, Switchfoot, Kutless, Jamie Grace, Newsong, and many more.
“Adam is a genuinely great guy, and this is an equally great album.  It is a collection of exciting and encouraging pop-rock tracks, and his sincere and authentic voice makes it easy to get behind the message of these songs.”
– HearItFirst on the full-length debut
“There’s a tenderness and authenticity that accompanies Adam Cappa’s label debut that prevents the adult contemporary pop sound from becoming too familiar.”
– CCM Magazine on the full-length debut

Cappa has been visiting radio stations across the nation the past few months performing his single and title track, which is currently at No. 22 on CHR and charting on the National Audience chart. Adam Cappa is available for interviews.
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Photo by David Molnar

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