Meredith Andrews, hailed as one of the preeminent female vocalists, worship leaders and songwriters today, releases her third studio album "Worth It All," Tuesday, Jan. 22. The album's lead single, "Not for a Moment (After All)," has jumped to No. 13 at Christian AC Monitored and No. 15 at AC Indicator and continues to climb the charts.
On Thursday, the passionate and powerful vocalist will share music from her new album in a special hour-long live streaming event direct from Chicago hosted by Worship Leader's Phil Sillas.
"These songs have been stirring in my soul over the last two years," said Andrews. "I can hardly contain my excitement and anticipation over finally being able to share the finished project with listeners!" Throughout her free streaming event, "A Worship Leader's Evening with Meredith Andrews," she will share live acoustic versions of select songs from her new album.
Andrews will also reveal stories behind her new music and from her experience as a worship leader at the Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago where she and her husband Jacob serve as worship leaders. The streaming event will begin at 8 p.m. EST / 5 p.m. PST and will last one hour with the last 15 minutes devoted to viewers' Q&A. Those interested in joining the webcast can register here.
In 2011, Andrews picked up two Dove Awards for "Worship Song of the Year" and "Praise and Worship Album of the Year," quickly distinguishing her as one of the preeminent worship leaders and songwriters in the Christian music community. With the success of her debut album and her sophomore release in 2010, "As Long As It Takes," she was afforded the opportunity to tour with acclaimed CCM artists Natalie Grant, Brandon Heath, Bebo Norman and Michael W. Smith. A native of Wilson, NC, Meredith began singing in church when she was only six, and by the time she was in high school, she was writing songs and leading worship. For more information on Meredith Andrews visit www.meredithandrews.com.