Matthew Hagee is not shying from the spotlight with his soon to be released solo debut A New Season. Scheduled to hit shelves March 18 via Difference Media/Capitol Christian Distribution, the 11-song record features Hagee's patented blend of inspirationally-focused country music.
Some of the album's highlights include the lead single "I Don't Want To Get Adjusted"; co-written songs "This Ain't Nothing" and "My Nomination." Co-written by Hagee's father, celebrated evangelist artist Pastor John Hagee, "That's Jesus" is also featured on A New Season.
"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."
Hagee currently serves as the executive pastor Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. He preaches alongside his father to a 20,000-member congregation. Along with being a celebrated artist and church leader, Matthew is also the author of Shaken Not Shattered, husband and father of four.
A New Season is produced by Oak Ridge Boys and Gaither Vocal Band collaborator Michael Sykes.