Jake CD

Intense rock worship artist Jake Hamilton releases his full-length CD/DVD, Freedom Calling, on Jesus Culture Music May 17 with marketing and distribution through Kingsway and EMI CMG respectively.  Following his internationally acclaimed debut, Marked By Heaven, Hamilton’s Freedom Calling includes 11 new worship songs, video of three songs from the live recording at Jesus Culture Atlanta, and a 30-minute in-depth, behind-the-scenes feature of his life, music and ministry.

An artist and activist whose passion is to help raise up a generation to sing songs of revival in the nations of the earth, Hamilton has been catalytic in the start of several ministries in his hometown of Rancho Cucamonga, CA while recording with Jesus Culture Music out of Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Bringing his music and message to churches and conferences coast-to-coast over the last few years, Hamilton desires to see God’s Kingdom manifest in power as his people encounter Him in worship.

“I long to give the Body of Christ a language for reformation and revival through melodies that will be carried on for generations,” says Jake Hamilton.

Taking his hard-hitting melodic messages on tour, Jake Hamilton will feature the new music at the “Freedom Calling” Worship Night with Jesus Culture Band and Banning Liebscher May 17, which is being held at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.

“The sounds and lyrics of this album, as well as the message that Jake carries, will captivate your heart and awaken a deep passion to pursue intimacy with Jesus while living with courage and boldness,” says Banning Liebscher, Jesus Culture director. “Jake Hamilton’s new album, Freedom Calling, is not only a journey of passionate worship, but a prophetic declaration that will awaken a generation to the love of God and the cause of Christ in the earth.”

The full Freedom Calling CD track listing follows:

1. War Drums
2. New Song
3. Supernatural Revolution
4. You
5. Take It All
6. It’s A Garden
7. Looking For One
8. Breakout
9. Freedom Calling
10. Darkest Before The Dawn
11. Hallelujah

For more information on Jake Hamilton, see www.jesusculture.com/music/jake-hamilton, www.facebook.com/pages/Jake-Hamilton/115374905181228?ref=ts.

About Kingsway:

Tracing its music heritage to 1969, Kingsway today is known as a leader in Worship Music. As the creator of Thank You Music, and later in partnership with EMI, its catalogue includes songs such as “Here I Am to Worship,” “In Christ Alone,” “Everlasting God” and “Blessed Be Your Name” to name a few.

Kingsway’s songs are sung in more than 300,000 churches worldwide accounting for over 30% of CCLI’s (Church Copyright Licensing International) bestseller list. With writers and artists like Tim Hughes, Matt Redman, Delirious?, Graham Kendrick and Stuart Townend, Kingsway is dedicated to feeding the Church with songs that will change the world. As the music arm of David C Cook, a non-profit organization located in Colorado Springs, CO, a significant portion of the profits that Kingsway and David C Cook generate are used to provide discipleship and music materials free of charge to church leaders in developing parts of the world who wouldn’t be able to get them any other way.

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