'Songs From The Bennett House' album features well known Nashville singers.

THE NEWEST label of the Spring Hill Music Group, Spring Hill Worship, has released its debut album 'Songs From The Bennett House' featuring a bevy of well known American singers. It was recorded at the Bennett House, a popular studio in Nashville. A review in Christian Retailing magazine reads, "Highlights include Charity Von's bluesy rock worship on 'Redeem My Days', Bruce Carroll's piano ballad 'Shelter Me', Kate Miner's folk rock on 'Whatever it Takes', Jill Phillips' acoustic worship on 'Speak To Me', Cole Young's memorable chorus on 'Come Bless The Lord', Jeff Deyo and Anadara's inviting praise on 'The Bread Has Been Broken' and Scott Krippayne's personal prayer 'Mercy Seat'. The rousing folk pop of 'Always' features Jenna Lucado, daughter of popular author Max Lucado." CR

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