Nashville Life Music have released a new Live Zoom Worship session, featuring Aaron Cole.
“We believe thanksgiving is a remedy for anxiety, and our hope is that this song encourages people to trade their frustration for faith! We want to revive joyful praise in the hearts and lives of people, especially during this time of social distancing from the Covid-19 pandemic. This is the heart of ‘Sing A Song’ – to think of one good thing God has done in your life, and then to sing a song about it!
We’re all wondering what will happen in our world over the next few weeks. But one thing is sure: the more we remember our blessings, the more we look forward with hope and faith. Our team couldn’t let the challenges and dangers separate us, so we decided to use our phones to keep singing and dancing together. And we want you to join us!” — Dwan Hill, Nashville Life Music
ABOUT NASHVILLE LIFE MUSIC: Nashville Life Music began as a spontaneous gathering around a living room piano that has now erupted into a joyful, thriving music collective in the heart of Music City. Described as “a family of fun-loving disciples,” this diverse tribe of singers and musicians is known for its lively, fun-filled melodies and powerful, anthemic worship choruses. Inspiring weekly worship gatherings in their local church helmed by Senior Pastors Alvin Love and CeCe Winans Love, Nashville Life Music is missioning to spark a soundtrack of thanksgiving and praise in people’s everyday lives – whether at home, at work, or at church. Two additional members of the church staff include, Outreach Director Alvin Love III (son of Alvin and CeCe) and Worship Director Dwan Hill, who also produced the group’s debut 2019 EP, Taylor House Sessions. The group is thrilled to use their music and songs to amplify thanksgiving, inspire believers and audiences beyond their local church, and ultimately help to build a world filled with joyfully, passionate Jesus followers and leaders.