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Wednesday 6th April 2016

One time rock music heavy hitter Jason Fowler now going down Christian music route

THE AMERICAN singer/songwriter Jason Fowler, who wrote for the mainstream band Ultraphonic and fronted the hard rock group Speed X before drug abuse took him to the edge of despair, is about to release a Christian album following his 2014 solo release 'Letters From The Inside'. Fowler's new album for RCity Records 'I Fall In' is produced by Grammy nominated Billy Smiley (Whiteheart, Newsboys) and features such guests as Leigh Nash and Jillian Edwards. Said Fowler, "'I Fall In' is a collection of my prayers and devotions through my journey back to Christ. Through recovery, I realised that Jesus never left me; it was I who left him." When not on the road, Fowler works with the homeless community in downtown Atlanta. He and his wife host a party for the homeless on the streets during major holidays through the ministry his wife co-founded, H.E.A.R.T.S. Across Atlanta.

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