Author & Recording Artist Matthew Hagee To Release Debut Solo Album March 18
Matthew Hagee is gearing up for the release of his debut album, A New Season, on March 18 from Difference Media/Capitol Christian Distribution. The pastor, author and recording artist is going solo for the first time and excited about what is in store.
The album is produced by Michael Sykes (Oak Ridge Boys, Gaither Vocal Band), the project features 11 Inspirationally-focused country selections.
"I constantly am trying to encourage people that God is a God of new beginnings and second chances," Hagee says of the project's theme. "Regardless of what they've gone through, if they're breathing, God's got better things in store. It's a new season. There's something better waiting for everybody."
A New Season includes the debut single, "I Don't Want To Get Adjusted"; the Hagee co-penned songs "This Ain't Nothin'" and "My Nomination"; and "That's Jesus," which was co-written by Hagee's father, internationally-renowned evangelist Pastor John Hagee. The project also includes a new arrangement of the beloved classic "The Day He Wore My Crown," featuring guest contributions from Larry Stewart and David Innis of legendary country group Restless Heart.
Matthew Hagee is the executive pastor of the 20,000-member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he preaches alongside his father, Matthew Hagee is the author of Shaken, Not Shattered (Charisma House). A husband and father of four, Hagee is a member of the Dove Award-winning Southern Gospel quartet Canton Junction and also records and tours with his family's vocal group, The Hagees.
Difference Media is a division of Cornerstone Church, founded and pastored by John Hagee. The label features some of the leading names in Gospel music, including Aaron & Amanda Crabb, Canton Junction, Matthew Hagee, Tim Duncan, The Cornerstone Sanctuary Choir, John Hagee and The Hagees.