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The Erwins’ new release, Only Faith Can See, quickly rises on the Southern Gospel chart!

erwinsSeptember 13, 2016 (Nashville, TN)… The fast-rising family quartet, The Erwins, have once again made a huge splash in the national music scene.

Only Faith Can See, the recently released StowTown Records sophomore project for the fan-favorite group, has quickly risen to #7 on the Southern Gospel chart.

This success follows their very popular debut album, Ready To Sail, also produced by StowTown co-founder Wayne Haun.

A total of 11 inspiring, faith-filled songs highlight this special project, including “I Can Through Christ”, “He’s Still Alive”, and “Give It To God”.

The album’s emotional title cut, “Only Faith Can See”, makes its debut on radio this week. 

“We have spent many days and hours praying, planning, and working on a project that would honor the Lord and touch many lives,” said lead singer Keith Erwin. “We believe God has answered our prayers.”

In addition, Only Faith Can See immediately made the list at #50 on the All Genre chart.

“StowTown Records has given us access to the best songs, song writers, musicians and THE best producer in Gospel Music, Mr. Wayne Haun,” added Keith. “We are grateful for the opportunity to proclaim to all what ‘Only Faith Can See’.”

Only Faith Can See is exclusively distributed by Provident-Sony Music, and is now available at retail outlets worldwide.

 

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