The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular has announced the addition of Hollyn for a 12-date stint in March.
Joining the tour March 3 in Memphis, Hollyn will take the stage in Chicago; Kansas City; Ft. Worth, Texas; and Houston, before Winter Jam’s March 31 Eastern U.S. finale in Lexington, Kentucky. The singer/songwriter’s best-selling full-length debut, One-Way Conversations, released last year and Hollyn is also featured on TobyMac’s singles “Lights Shine Bright” and “Backseat Driver.”
Known for showcasing various guest artists, athletes and other high-profile personalities throughout the tour, Winter Jam’s recent stop in St. Louis featured an appearance by Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, while Saturday’s show in Atlanta spotlighted Matthew West. In addition, last week’s Winter Jam stop in Nashville included a performance from Francesca Battistelli.
The blockbuster tour is also slated to feature Midwest native and NBC’s “The Voice” runner-up Addison Agen at shows this weekend in Detroit and Indianapolis, as well as in the singer/songwriter’s hometown, Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
Jordan Feliz has launched the pre-order for his second album Future, releasing on March 23. Three bonus tracks: “Witness”, “Faith” and “Changed” are available with each purchase and can be made on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes and on www.jordanfeliz.com.
His current single “Witness” is impacting AC radio across the country and climbing the charts. He can be seen kicking off the Winter Jam 2018 lineup in major markets around the U.S., and will be headlining his own “Future Tour” this April in support of his album release.
In celebration of the upcoming global movie release, MercyMe is unveiling I Can Only Imagine – The Very Best of MercyMe, a 13 piece collection of the band’s most beloved songs alongside a special version of the monumental hit “I Can Only Imagine” made just for the movie called “I Can Only Imagine (The Movie Session).”
"We’re so excited to get to share this new version of 'I Can Only Imagine' with everyone. The song has meant a lot to me over the years, and it really came out of a difficult season," shares MercyMe's Bart Millard. "It brought me a lot of hope, but there has always been something very melancholy about the song in the way that it was recorded before. Getting to do it over this time around, I really felt like it would be awesome to shape in a more celebratory tone, where it conveys us rejoicing in the fact that we don’t have to imagine much longer. It has this cinematic and whimsical feel about it, and it really fits with how I see the song today differently than when I first wrote it." Carefully selected by the band, the impressive track listing for this album includes their biggest hits such as "Flawless," "Word Of God Speak," "God With Us" plus the original version of “I Can Only Imagine.”