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Mark Lowry is a trusted voice in Gospel music, platinum-selling singer and former member of the Gaither Vocal Band. This CD presents the messages of grace, compassion and the love of Christ.

Song Titles:

Why Don’t We Sit and Talk

What’s Not To Love

I Know When I’m Hearing From Home

Love Is The Golden Rule

No Room For Hate

What If He Meant What He Said

So You’ll Know How To Pray

Mama Prayed

Feels Like I’m Already There

Didn’t I Walk On Water

Only Jesus

What’s Not To Love? (Reprise)


Release Date: August 18, 2017.


MARK LOWRY - What's Not To Love

Mark Lowry is known and loved around the world as a favorite voice in the realm of Gospel music. After more than four decades of making music, his legacy is that of an innately entertaining communicator who can make audiences laugh, cry and think all at once. "What's Not To Love" is the newest recording in Mark's discography and continues the tradition of quality music that he's been developing for decades.

Anchored by songs co-written by Lowry, Reba Rambo-McGuire and Dony McGuire, "What's Not To Love" embodies the messages of grace, compassion and the love of Christ. The title song, "What's Not To Love," is also the recording's first single to radio, and is making an impact on listeners around the world. This project also includes a special guest appearance by the Gaither Vocal Band.

Mark Lowry is a platinum-selling singer, storyteller, humorist, author and songwriter, whose lyric to "Mary Did You Know" resulted in one of the most loved Christmas songs of the modern era. Mark spent more than 20 years as the baritone singer for the Grammy Award-winning Gaither Vocal Band, and served as the sidesplitting comedic sidekick for Bill Gaither through live concert tours and the best-selling Gaither Homecoming video series. Join this celebrated, multi-talented singer and songwriter for an album that will leave you asking, "What's Not To Love?"

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