Master's Voice are releasing their new Christmas album on October 11. The team brings a traditional quartet style to The Season To Sing, a Christmas album that tells the story of Christ's birth and the meaning it holds for all of our lives. With only a few traditional Christmas songs, Master's Voice captures the spirit of the season with new music about finding joy in life because of salvation.
The album begins with "The Season To Sing," an upbeat song about angels announcing the arrival of Christ, moving people to rejoice and celebrate this moment of joy.
"How Many Kings," "Reaching" and "Come Make A Place In Me" capture how amazing and once in a lifetime God and Jesus are, and how their love knows no bounds, filling the emptiness in our hearts whenever we need it. "Still Makes Me Sing," with an upbeat driving feel, details the endless happiness Christ's birth brought to Earth.
"From Bethlehem to Calvary" and "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem" share stories of Christ's birth and life on Earth. He brought light to those who needed it, and continually guides people through life to learn and grow through Him.
A few traditional songs, "Silent Night," "Go Tell It On The Mountain" and "I'll Be Home From Christmas" complete the collection, adding reverence and joy to the Christmas season.
With every song sharing the joy, awe and wonder of Christ's birth, The Season To Sing is a timeless, Southern Gospel Christmas collection from Master's Voice.
Pre-order The Season To Sing HERE.
About Master's Voice
Since 1995, Master's Voice has been committed to bringing an evangelistic approach to singing and preaching the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ till all know...or He returns. This team is also devoted to musical excellence, understanding that this "music with a message" requires the utmost professionalism, preparation, commitment, clarity, doctrinal soundness and passionate vocals. The group features founder, owner and tenor singer Ricky Capps; lead singer T.J. Evans; baritone singer David Folenius; bass singer Jerry Pilgrim; musician Theron Perry; and sound technician Chuck Howe.