The Digital Age “Best New Addition To The Worship Genre This Year”

The Digital Age Best New Addition To The Worship Genre This Year

Fair Trade band The Digital Age released their debut studio album ‘Evening:Morning’ last month to widespread acclaim and affirmation. The four-piece, Waco, TX based group, made up of Mike Dodson (Mike D), Mark Waldrop, Jack Parker and Jeremy Bush (Bwack), formerly of the GRAMMY-nominated David Crowder*Band, received nods from several major Christian media outlets, as well as their former lead singer David Crowder. Worship Leader Magazine went as far as calling the album the “best new addition to the worship genre this year.”

“Worship is not a passive exercise. Our praise should be symphonic. On the first full-length album by The Digital Age, this aesthetic is on full display,” said RELEVANT Magazine.

‘Evening:Morning’ bowed at No. 3 on the Billboard Christian albums chart and was the top streaming album on the Christian/Gospel chart for street week. The album peaked at No. 2 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel Chart and made it into the Top 30 of the iTunes Top Albums Chart.

Later this month, The Digital Age will embark on a headlining, nationwide tour to promote their release of ‘Evening:Morning.’ Kicking off on 26th September in their hometown of Waco, TX at University Baptist Church, the tour will feature Christian Pop group Bellarive and will make 30+ stops across the country.

Earlier this summer, The Digital Age asked their fans to record themselves singing along with their single ‘Captured’ to be included in the official music video coming soon. Continuing a pattern of close fan-engagement, The Digital Age has opted to sell tickets for their upcoming tour directly to their fans without the use of a third party ticketing system. In doing so, the band is able to keep fees low and prevent customer information from entering the wrong hands. Tickets can be purchased at

“We’ve always cherished our interactions with our fans. We are the one’s posting and replying on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc., not some social media company,” said Mike Dodson of The Digital Age. “We wanted to extend that direct relationship to include our ticketing process as a way to stay connected with our friends and offer tickets with a greatly reduced service fee. We just want to be able to get in the same room with folks and sing with one voice to our God! It’s why we do what we do.”

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