KARI JOBE: MAJESTIC REVISITED
Grammy-nominee Kari Jobe is one of Christian music’s best-selling female artists and one of the most respected worship leaders in the country. Her last album, Majestic, captured a powerful night of worship in Dallas at the Majestic Theater and landed #1 on the Christian Billboard chart. As Majestic brought you powerful moments of corporate worship, this project features those same tracks but re-imagined in a way for times of personal reflection and devotions.
The album features songs including “Forever,” “I Am Not Alone,” “Hands to the Heavens,” and many more.
ABOUT KARI JOBE:
After being established as one of the industry’s premier worship leaders with her Dove Award-winning, self-titled debut, Kari Jobe continues to serve as a worship pastor at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, and released her highly anticipated follow-up album, "Where I Find You" January 24, 2012 on Sparrow Records. “After singing about the importance of making time for intimate worship on my first album, I wanted to take the next step on 'Where I Find You',” Kari shares. “These songs come from such an honest place of praising God for what He’s done—and what He’s continuing to do in our lives—because of His grace and goodness.”
Jobe also invests her time and love in partnering with the A21 Campaign, an organization dedicated to abolishing human trafficking in the 21st century. With over 27 million affected by human trafficking, Jobe feels a responsibility to do everything she can for this organization. She and her sister, Kris created an exclusive line of jewelry and t-shirts where all the proceeds go to the cause of bringing an end to human trafficking and injustice.
· Songs from her previous albums are played extensively on SA community radio
· Kari Jobe's songs are sung in churches all over South Africa
· Full CD to be serviced to key radio partners
· Full CD to be serviced to all SABC regional libraries
· Reviews solicited in online and print media, new release radio shows
Will appeal to fans of Bethel, Kim Walker-Smith, Christy Nockels