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Sunday 20th June 2004

Worship leader Russ Hughes set to release fifth album

POPULAR worship leader Russ Hughes, director of worship at St Luke's, Maidstone, is currently in the studio working on his fifth album. The project will be released at St Luke's summer conference, to be held from 8th-12th August at Detling Showground. The album is being mixed by Paul Burton. CR

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Posted by Steve Needham in Madrid @ 13:57 on Jun 26 2008

Would love to know how to access Russ's 'Free download' album. His music has been a blessing for me and my family during and since his Detling/St.Luke days.

I sincerely hope he is alright. If anybody has good news i would like to know.

Reply by Roy Arnold in Sheffield @ 21:21 on Jan 2 2010

Appears to be alright given that I have found his profile on linkedin and seems to be posting often to his blog though he hasn't tweeted for a few months.

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Posted by Phil in London @ 11:16 on Feb 9 2007

Of course it's out of date - the news was posted on June 20th 2004, the site shows all news releases and this one must have been for Sufficient which was released that year. Go to any news site online and every story you read in the archives will be out of date.

As to contacting him - I suspect his email address is private and given to those he wishes to have it.

Posted by Rosemary in Maidstone @ 11:34 on Oct 25 2006

This is out of date! Has the album actually been made? It certainly was not at detling, and Russ is no longer Director of Worship at St Luke's.

Reply by Alan Hawkins in USA @ 19:50 on Dec 4 2006

Dear Rosemary - do you know how to contact Russ?

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