On 22nd January William McDowell officially released his new album and fourth project Sounds of Revivalwith 15 fantastic worship tracks, including the critically acclaimed ‘Spirit Break Out’. This follows his sharing the entire Sounds of Revival film free for a full 24 hours the day before.
William said of the film, “We have been longing to share this worship experience with the world since the making of this recording”. This went down a treat with many fans expressing their gratitude on social media afterwards.
With the album already at #10 overall on iTunes across all genres William’s words from a previous interview reverberates in my mind “If you look at what God is doing, what only He can do, I can’t take credit for any of this… if it works, it’s God. There’s no pressure because you can’t do anything apart from God, but there is responsibility to inspire the next generation to pursue God, to inspire them to get into His presence and make a difference in this world.”
“IF I DON’T DO IT, HE’LL FIND SOMEONE WHO WILL.”
And in his humility he was elevated even further as the news came in earlier this month, of his being nominated alongside other notables such as Charles Jenkins, Richard Smallwood and John P. Kee in the 2016 Stellar Awards for Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year, for the highly anticipated single release of ‘Send The Rain’. This follows up his 2015 Stellar Award win for Praise and Worship CD of the Year. The Stellar Awards this year will be held in a Las Vegas venue in February.
Pastor McDowell celebrated the release of Sounds of Revival to a sold out audience in his local Deeper Fellowship Church, Florida, with one of his closest friends Travis Greene, himself a powerful music minister and fellow Stellar Awards nominee.
Definitely, DEFINITELY, an album to get without delay.ORDER NOW