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Matt Redman's 'Unbroken Praise' tops Billboard Christian Albums chart

by jmaloni


Sat, Jun 27th 2015 09:00 am

"Unbroken Praise," the newest release from double-Grammy winner Matt Redman, has garnered the top spot on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart. "Unbroken Praise" marks Redman's second consecutive debut to take the No. 1 place on the chart upon its release.

"Unbroken Praise" was heralded by sold-out tour dates, a constant spot atop the iTunes Christian and Gospel chart and critics praising it as "highly anticipated," "incredible" and "one of the best albums of the year." Outlets such as Beliefnet and Guideposts have chronicled the making of Redman's latest. The newest album features 11 songs recorded live at the iconic Abbey Road Studios, including "King Of My Soul."  

Continuing to take his music all around the globe, Redman will bring "Unbroken Praise" and his other well-known songs to audiences in the U.S. and abroad throughout the rest of 2015, including Chris Tomlin's "Worship Night" in America, which will bring people across the country together for a time of worship and prayer for the nation. Events will take place Aug. 8 in New York City's Madison Square Garden, Aug. 13 in Denver's Red Rocks Amphitheater and Aug. 15 in Sacramento's Sleep Train Arena.

To see Redman's latest tour schedule, click here.

About Matt Redman:

Redman is a key songwriter for today's church and an active worship leader for Passion conferences around the world. Leading a generation of worshipers, his songs have been recorded by Tomlin, Michael W. Smith, David Crowder*Band, Israel Houghton, Jeremy Camp, Jesus Culture and Passion, among others. Redman has more than 40 songs in the CCLI top 500. Among his powerful songs, "10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)" earned Redman his first two Grammys, was certified RIAA Platinum and named ASCAP's "Christian Music Song of the Year" and "Top Christian Song" at the Billboard Music Awards.

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