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Jesus Culture's 'Let It Echo' debuts top 20 on Billboard albums chart


Tue, Jan 26th 2016 04:05 pm

Jesus Culture's newest release, "Let It Echo," is a top 20 album on Billboard charts, debuting at No. 16 on the top albums, No. 12 on the digital albums and No. 2 on the Christian albums charts, along with No. 35 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. This is the group's first release in partnership with Capitol Christian Music Group and its ninth live album release.

"Let It Echo" captures the heart of the community of the 1-year-old church in Sacramento seeking Jesus with a desire to know him more and to see this passion spread from cities to nations. The project's songs were written from experiences the church community encountered together. This album includes 12 new songs featuring Kim Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, Bryan and Katie Torwalt and more.

This album has been touted by Relevant Magazine, Worship Leader, CCM Magazine, NewReleaseToday and others as "singable across cultures and generations" and "well-crafted worship music." In addition, this past weekend, Jesus Culture held their annual conference in their hometown of Sacramento (#jcsac16) featuring the group and performances from their new album. Jesus Culture will appear on the OUTCRY tour in the spring. See the complete list of dates and cities HERE.

Jesus Culture is a community of worship leaders and musicians who's heart is to see a generation impacted by encounters with the presence of God. Originating out of the Jesus Culture movement that began in 1999, they recorded their first album in 2005 at their youth and young adult conference in Redding, California. Since then, Jesus Culture has released nine annual live albums and more than 20 solo artist albums.

Jesus Culture leads worship both at their local church in Sacramento, and abroad through conference events and worldwide tours. Jesus Culture has sold more than 1 million albums worldwide since their debut project in 2005, while garnering more than 3.8 million followers on social media and over 34.5 million views on YouTube.

Jesus Culture is focused on equipping a generation to transform society by bringing people into an encounter with God's love through worship and discipleship. The songs they release capture the heart of the movement.

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