Graham Kendrick To Release New Album ‘Worship Duets’ Feat. CCM’s Big Names

Graham Kendrick To Release new Album Worship Duets Feat. CCM Big Names

Graham Kendrick returns this summer with ‘Worship Duets’ – a unique and compelling project that does much more than merely highlight the legacy and impact of one of the Church’s leading songwriters of recent decades. ‘Worship Duets’ goes further up and further in, drawing the worshiper in to songs of substance that enrich and inspire.

And yet that legacy and impact are worth noting. ‘Worship Duets’ consists of ten stellar songs each written and recorded with another songwriter and worship leader. From Matt Redman and Darlene Zschech to Paul Baloche, Reuben Morgan, Stuart Townend, Michael W Smith and his British namesake Martin, plus Rend Collective and Jon Egan of Desperation Band, ‘Worship Duets’ is a rich tapestry woven throughout so much of the global Church today.

Everybody knows that collaboration leads to innovation, and the creativity that seeps out of ‘Worship Duets’ is tangible. These are special moments that have been created by Graham in collaboration with some of the leading songwriters today. The album runs deep with significance as different ages, nations and theological backgrounds all unite around true worship of God.

As one of the most influential modern hymn writers – whose previous album ‘Best Of: Knowing You, Jesus’ was a best seller – Graham’s legacy is immense. And at the heart of all that Graham does is a simple desire to call people back to worship.

“I’ve always been a bit of a bridge,” says the writer of songs such as ‘The Servant King,’ ‘Shine Jesus Shine,’ ‘Meekness’ and ‘Majesty’. “Often they were the only contemporary songs that churches sang. They were like a bridge from the old into the new. Perhaps I’m still a bridge, but a bridge back into the hymns.”

As bridges go, ‘Worship Duets’ is built as wide as it is strong.

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