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The Upside Of Down

by Chris August

The Upside Of Down by Chris August

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The Upside Of Down

by Chris August

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Label: Fervent Records/Word
The self-taught pianist, guitarist and producer continues his winning streak with The Upside of Down, showing off his amazing pop sensibilities. Co-produced by Ian Eskelin (Francesca Battistelli, Sidewalk Prophets), the project's message became even more meaningful after a skateboarding accident landed August in the ICU with a brain hemorrhage and memory loss. Suddenly, the songs of God's faithfulness through life's highs and lows were even more real, instilling in the singer a renewed sense of purpose for his music career. Don't miss "Center of It," a worthy follow up to "Starry Night."

About This Album

The self-taught pianist, guitarist and producer continues his winning streak with The Upside of Down, showing off his amazing pop sensibilities. Co-produced by Ian Eskelin (Francesca Battistelli, Sidewalk Prophets), the project's message became even more meaningful after a skateboarding accident landed August in the ICU with a brain hemorrhage and memory loss. Suddenly, the songs of God's faithfulness through life's highs and lows were even more real, instilling in the singer a renewed sense of purpose for his music career. Don't miss "Center of It," a worthy follow up to "Starry Night."

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About This Album

The self-taught pianist, guitarist and producer continues his winning streak with The Upside of Down, showing off his amazing pop sensibilities. Co-produced by Ian Eskelin (Francesca Battistelli, Sidewalk Prophets), the project's message became even more meaningful after a skateboarding accident landed August in the ICU with a brain hemorrhage and memory loss. Suddenly, the songs of God's faithfulness through life's highs and lows were even more real, instilling in the singer a renewed sense of purpose for his music career. Don't miss "Center of It," a worthy follow up to "Starry Night."