Jeremy Horn to Release Ardent Records/Fair Trade Services Debut,
Sound of The Broken, on March 6
“Surrender” from Memphis-based Worship Leader Impacting Radio Now

The Ardent Records, Fair Trade Services debut of Memphis worship leader Jeremy Horn will hit stores on March 6. Horn’s first collection of music is titled Sound of the Broken, and features the current radio single “Surrender.”

A Memphis native and worship leader, Horn truly understands the beauty and power of worship. Co-produced by Horn with the help of James Joseph (Todd Agnew) and Curry Weber (Todd Agnew, Joy Whitlock), this 10-song album reminds us that God’s sprit truly rests inside of broken people. From the opening track and title cut, “Sound of the Broken,” which uses Acts 3 as its basis, to the closing track, “This Reflection,” which reminds us of God’s grace, Horn uses his worship talents to truly put the album’s message into perspective.

Already hitting the airwaves, lead radio single “Surrender” speaks to those who have tried to find fulfillment in areas of their life other than God, whether it be their marriage, kids, or career. “When we bring Christ into our life, He brings a new creation and a new redemption that brings us hope and peace; there’s something beautiful about surrendering our life to that,” explains Horn. To watch the story behind “Surrender,” visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcDLE6ojKYg&feature=youtu.be.
Horn’s passion for worship music and his desire to use it as a tool of service to God has resulted in his role as the worship leader of Christ the Rock Church, but his ministry expands even further.  As part of his commitment to making music that can serve the church, Horn posts “How to Play” videos for worship leaders, including one with instructions for “Surrender,” the single from Sound of the Broken. To view Horn’s videos, visit http://www.jeremyhornmusic.com/resources.

“Worship can mean living your life for the glory of Christ, living your life to share Him with others,” Horn says. “Worship can be the outpouring of our hearts in singing and proclaiming who God is to ourselves and to others. It’s making Jesus bigger on Earth and in our lives.”

For the latest touring information, visit http://www.jeremyhornmusic.com/.

About Jeremy Horn:
Born and raised in Memphis, Tenn., Jeremy Horn is a worship leader and singer-songwriter as well as a married father of two young boys. Aside from touring and his work as an artist, he is the worship leader of Christ the Rock Church. Sound of the Broken will release through Ardent Records/Fair Trade Services on March 6, 2012.

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