Fans flocked to her angelic voice with her debut solo album, “Don’t Wait,” over three years ago on BEC Recordings.  On March 9, 2010 fans will get another taste of Adie with her sophomore release, “Just You And Me,” which features a collection 10 worshipful songs, including some well knows tunes as well as a few new surprises. Adie describes the music as more “organic and raw” than her solo debut.

“This year I’m truly learning what it is to seek the Lord with all my heart and sitting at His feet without things being a distraction to me, hence the title of the album ‘Just You And Me,” shares Adie. “I want to grow so much more and learn what it is to really worship Him in spirit and truth.”

BEC Recordings just posted the album artwork for “Just You And Me” on Adie’s artist page here: http://www.becrecordings.com/releases/742/Just_You_and_Me/track_list/ .   You can also hear a streaming version of the upcoming radio single “Where Could I Go” on the label page.

Fans can keep up with Adie on her blog (http://jeremycamp.typepad.com/adie/) as well as her Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Adie/6155086443?ref=ts) and Twitter feed (http://www.twitter.com/AdieCamp). More details on this upcoming 2010 release as well as Adie’s touring plans coming soon.

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