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Left to Right: Jason Ingram, Producer; Jason Gray; John Mays, Vice President of A&R, Centricity Music

Award winning artist, Jason Gray, is putting the final mixes on his highly anticipated new project, which is Gray’s third studio album on Centricity Music.  A Way To See In The Dark will feature twelve new songs from Gray and releases September 13, 2011.  Jason Ingram continues his successful collaboration with Gray as producer for the new CD.

Last month Gray was one of the honored artists at the 33rd Annual ASCAP Christian Music Awards in Nashville.  Gray’s #4 hit single, More Like Falling Love, earned the talented songwriter a 2011 Performance Award for having one of the most performed songs of the year.

Gray just wrapped his special guest stint on Mark Schultz’s Renaissance Tour that ended this past weekend.  Gray will be touring solo this summer and dates include a benefit concert for Haitian orphans and the rock festival Lifest 2011.  An upcoming fall tour will be announced soon.

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