Album recorded at 2022 ‘K-LOVE Presents Live at Red Rocks’ 2-night concert event
Award-winning artist Mac Powell releases his live project captured from the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, “Live From Red Rocks.” The seven-song album was recorded last August during the 2022 “K-Love Presents Live at Red Rocks.” Click here to listen to the live project.
"While I love making records, my favorite part of this job has always been touring and singing along with fans in person," Powell said. "I've played Red Rocks four times throughout my career, but last year was the first time I performed at the historic venue as a solo artist and I got to play with my daughter, son and son-in-law. It was such a special night that I wanted to share it with everyone. I’m so excited for you to relive this special night with us at Red Rocks."
Powell is the former frontman of Third Day, the four-time Grammy Award-winning band. His live album includes songs from his CCM solo debut, “New Creation,” popular Third Day hits, and a surprise Fleetwood Mac cover. Along with the album releasing today, the live video of "God of Wonders" featuring Andrew Ripp also debuted today.
“K-LOVE Presents Live at Red Rocks” is also available on K-LOVE On Demand with "Red Rocks '22 Finale" and a special series "Stepping Stones: The Path To Red Rocks '22" that features a conversation between Powell and Cory Asbury along with performances from the special two-night concert.
Powell's latest album, “New Creation,” has been a hit with listeners as it has more than 93 million global streams. The title track spent more than 19 weeks at the top of the CCM radio charts, and his new radio song, "1991," just went to radio and is climbing the charts. He also recently performed "New Creation" for the K-LOVE Fan Awards.
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More About Mac Powell
Powell, originally from Alabama, moved to Atlanta as a sophomore in high school where he would soon co-found the Christian rock band Third Day. Throughout their nearly three-decade career, the band sold over 10 million albums, earned four Grammy Awards, one American Music Award, and 24 Dove Awards, and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Since Third Day’s farewell tour in 2018, Powell released a country album, “Back Again,” under the banner “Mac Powell & The Family Reunion,” along with his most recent debut solo CCM album, “New Creation,” on Capitol Christian Music Group.
For more information, visit https://www.macpowell.com/.