Music Industry News Network [01-25-2018]

Independent Christian Recording Artist Aaron Graham Releases New Video Single He's Alive

Email: aaronvgraham@gmail.com
Url: http://www.aaronvgraham.com
Sound: http://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id=Q8Y_pqxLQi8

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He's Alive is the latest single released by the Northern Irish Singer Aaron Graham.
The video was produced by Aaron who has also produced videos for Legendary Christian recording artist Scott Wesley Brown.
Taken from the Cross Atlantic Album Not About Us which according to recent review
" an album which in terms of quality stands up against record label releases made for far bigger budgets."(source Cross Rhythms review 25th Dec 2017) The album was recorded in Brazil and the U.K. And produced by Felipe Gonzalez who himself may be better known in the metal scene as FG with his 2011 release Battle For Souls with that said this is a very different album. Musically there are references to other artists in both Aaron's singing (shades of Michael Stipe of R.E.M. and Dan Heseltine of Jars Of Clay on "He's Alive") a release that will surely please many.

A lyric video has been produced which will soon be available on YouTube the single itself is available to purchase on iTunes ,Amazon, CD Baby and all good download stores and available to stream on Apple Music Spotify Deezer
The song has received airplay on various radio stations in the USA Canada and UK.

Aaron is doing a series of Interviews with radio stations in the US and can be contacted via his website http://www.aaronvgraham.com or email aaronvgraham@gmail.com and can be found on various social media sites.
For all booking enquiries please visit his website http://www.aaronvgraham.com

Source: http://www.mi2n.com/press.php3?press_nb=201765

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