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Talented, passionate vocalist with powerful new songs written by Joseph along with a who's who of top songwriters.

Song Titles:

Sometimes It’s The Radio

None Of That Here

Shame On Me

This Grace


Deeper Oceans


Everything Bows

Something Different

One More Reason


Release Date: April 26, 2019.



Grammy-nominated and multiple Dove Award-winning recording artist Joseph Habedank is proud to debut his best album to date, “Deeper Oceans.” The multiple Singing News Fan Award winner had chart-topping and award-winning success with his 2017 album, “Resurrection,” and is set to make even bigger waves with his latest studio release.

Each song on the record was co-written by Habedank himself along with a phenomenal collection of co-writers including Tony Wood, Lee Black, Jason Cox, Michael Boggs, Dave Clark and more. Inspired by God’s words in Micah 7:19, “Deeper Oceans” reminds listeners to cast their sins into the depths of the sea.

“Shame On Me” is the first single off “Deeper Oceans.” The song was co-written by Habedank with Michael Boggs and Jason Cox in the auditorium of First Baptist Church, Nashville, Tennessee. The song talks about how, in Habedank’s words, “It doesn’t really matter what the devil says about us, it matters what Jesus says about us. And He tells us we’re His children, we are saved, we are clean, we are washed in the blood and we are children of the King. So it really doesn’t matter what the devil might say about us. It’s all about what Jesus says.” Habedank continues, saying “Shame On Me” is one of his favorite songs on the new album.

For ten years, Habedank served first as baritone, then as the lead singer for one of Southern Gospel's favorite family groups, the Perrys, and shared his songs in some of America's greatest churches and venues, including the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Charles Stanley’s First Baptist Atlanta, The Grand Ole Opry, and the historic Ryman Auditorium. Join him now as Joseph Habedank sings on “Deeper Oceans.”

(Adapted from Provided Material)