Crabb Family Set New Album Release
Together Again coincides with a limited run of national touring dates for the group. Produced by lead singer and Grammy Award-winning solo artist Jason Crabb, Together Again offers fans new music recorded with a unique vocal approach.
"In the past, when it came time to select songs for a project, part of the process was our deciding who would be featured on what song," describes Jason. "Basically, we all had 'our individual songs' that we took the lead on. With Together Again, the songs aren't centered around 'who is singing lead.' Our vocals are intermingled as never before. I'm especially excited about this, not only for the record, but for this run of concerts."
Together Again includes three songs written by the award-winning country writer Neil Thrasher (who co-wrote Jason's solo hit "Somebody Like Me") in addition to tunes written by such industry pacesetters as their father, Gerald Crabb; Sue C. Smith; Lee Black; David Moffitt; Gina Boe; Don Poythress; Ronnie Freeman; Stephanie Lewis and Caleb Collins. The recording also features two songs co-written by Jason alongside longtime friend Sonya Isaacs Yeary, country tunesmith Jimmy Yeary, as well as Carl Cartee and Barry Weeks.
"One of my favorite songs on the new record is 'If There Ever Was a Time,'" describes group member Kelly Crabb Bowling. "When our longtime friend and great songwriter Sue Smith began to quote the lyric from this song, I knew immediately it was a song someone had to record. This song takes me back to my childhood when I would hear people stand up in church and say how much they needed the Lord to be there and to hear and answer their prayers. "This song's style is a bit more modern than those days, yet it still connects with every emotion I had as a child."