Summer is proving to be a whirlwind for Canadian songwriter Dana Jorgensen, as he prepares to release his third album Everything to Beautiful today – August 16, 2011 – on the Mosaic Artist Group label.

The native of Ottawa, Ontario has toured extensively these past few months, and is currently completing a Canadian album release tour, sharing his new music and his honest expressions of life and love.
“The response to the songs from this record at every show has been amazing,” explains Jorgensen.  “Every night I am on the road, the CD’s are moving out in record numbers for me.  I’m really excited to see what God has in store for this record as I hit the road this fall”
Early reviews are beginning to come in, praising Everything to Beautiful.
“Dana Jorgensen’s Everything to Beautiful has really lived up to its name and is indeed a beautiful album.” –
“The new single “Let Me be the One” is a perfect example of the album’s radio friendly pop/rock, an upbeat song easy to sing-along to and with a big production that sounds specifically good in my headphones.” –
“The stunning melodies and harmonies, mixed with beautiful music and the wonderful lyrics of how Christ can take anything and make beauty out of it, Everything to Beautiful is a magnificent project, and not one to miss!” – Jay’s Music Blog
Dana’s first radio single “Let Me Be the One” is currently impacting radio in both the US and Canadian markets.
Upcoming tour dates:
8/21 – Cincinnati, OH
8/28 – Virginia Beach, VA
9/21 – Pomona, CA
9/25 – Hesperia, CA
9/28-30 – Bluefield, VA
10/14-16 – Lynchburg, VA
10/30 – Fairfield, CA
11/5 – Camas, WA
11/6 – Everson, WA
11/13 – Brockville, ON
Dana Jorgensen – Everything to Beautiful – In stores and available online today.


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