Cross Point Music Releases Centricity Music Debut, "Never Stop Singing"
Tornado Rips Apart Church, COVID-19 Levies Restrictions, But Nothing Stops Church From Singing Praises
Written before COVID-19 forced churches across the nation to temporarily shutter, and before Cross Point's doors were closed following a tornado that ripped through Middle Tennessee in March 2020, damaging a large portion of Cross Point's main building in downtown Nashville, "Never Stop Singing" has become an anthem of hope despite the adversity.
With a heart to pour into creative souls that come to the church's multiple locations around Middle Tennessee, Cross Point Music's mission as part of a global Church is much bigger than its songs; it's about the people.
"Nashville's 'Music City,' and we attract so many songwriters from all over the world, but we were sensing that there's a great need for community and growth for the individual songwriter,"
"We believe a song can come from anywhere, so that's not just those faces you see on stage or leading songs. We're really intentional about the fact that it's not an exclusive club," adds Grayson, who is the former frontman of MIKESCHAIR. "When you start inviting people from other churches into the mix, what you start to realize is the Holy Spirit is working in a bunch of different spots at once. And then the next thing you know, you're writing a song that serves so many different people when you thought, Oh man, I was just writing for my church."
Nowhere is this sentiment more apparent than on Cross Point Music's latest single, "Never Stop Singing," which was born out of one of their initial songwriting camps. Stefan Cashwell, from Atlanta's Maverick City Music, leads the song's recording. Cashwell penned the song alongside fellow songwriter Mary Beth Sudduth and Cross Point Franklin pastor Kevin Robison.
"Never Stop Singing" serves as the title-cut for Cross Point Music's newest EP slated for January 2021.
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