All-new Gospel recording by this Grammy nominee captures the heart and unmistakable voice of this faith-filled baritone.
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
I Serve A Savior
Great Is Your Faithfulness
I Pray My Way Out Of Trouble
I Saw The Light
The River (Of Happiness)(featuring the Turner Family)
Long Black Train
How Great Thou Art
Me And God
Released in 2018.
JOSH TURNER - I Serve A Savior
Josh Turner’s new faith-based “I Serve A Savior” recording, available on CD or DVD, represents a dream come true for the multi-platinum-selling country star. “I’ve wanted to record these songs for a long, long time,” shares Turner, “and I’m excited about fulfilling that dream.”
The South Carolina native hand-picked hymns that all hold a very special place in his heart, from songs he has been singing since childhood to those he now sings to his family each night. With his unmistakable baritone, Turner brings new life to Gospel standards including “Amazing Grace,” “I Saw The Light” and “How Great Thou Art.” Plus, Turner adds original songs to the album like the self-penned title track, “I Serve A Savior.” “The River (Of Happiness)” is written by his wife Jennifer and his eldest son Hampton, while the album also includes a new live version of Turner’s first big hit, “Long Black Train.” Sharing an intimate part of his life with this project, Turner says, “I want others to feel the same inspiration and creativity that I felt and hopefully make these songs a part of their life.”
Featuring a behind-the-scenes interview with Bill Gaither and a performance by Turner’s wife and children, the DVD shares Josh’s heartfelt message of hope to country and Gospel music fans alike. Bill Gaither says, “Josh Turner is a gifted artist. We sat down to visit and we talked about his faith, his music, his wife and children and about his Gospel music heritage that he holds dear. It was such a joy to see a young man with so much talent using his gifts with purpose and excellence. He has certainly built a successful platform and career, and he has built them on roots that run deep.”
(Adapted from Provided Material)