Nashville, Tenn. (February 2016) —- Multiple Dove Award-winning artist, Aaron Shust, has just released a three-song
EP, Ever Be, that will be available at online music outlets only. The title track is the first single and is already No. 31 on Billboard’s National Christian Audience Chart and has early adds at K-LOVE and Sirius XM. The song was produced by Ed Cash (Chris Tomlin, Steven Curtis Chapman) and was written by Bethel Music. Cash also produced “Fear Not,” while Christian Paschall (Crowder) produced “God Evermore.” The latter song is the only tune co-written by Shust, along with Paul Baloche and Fanny Crosby.
“It’s my privilege to help carry the message found in the song ‘Ever Be,’” says Shust. “The song’s message is that God
loves us with an enduring promise to never leave nor forsake. He pledges that devotion with such commitment; like that of the most loyal groom toward his bride.”
Shust was on a radio tour recently in support of the new single with the first stop at KTSY in Boise, ID, where he was on the air live for one hour with KTSY program director and morning air personality Dave Arthur. Shust then headed to Washington for visits with KGTS in Walla Walla and KCMS in Seattle, before traveling to Texas for stations visits with KSBJ/Houston, KVNE/Tyler and KLTY in Dallas. He also had visits in Oklahoma with The House FM in Ponca City and KXOJ in Tulsa.
It was just announced that Shust will join Matthew West, Sidewalk Prophets, Love & The Outcome and Blanca for the Bible Tour 2016 in April. The 16-city tour is being sponsored by Museum of the Bible and the Ministry of Tourism for Israel and will visit such major cities as San Diego, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Denver, CO, Chicago, IL and Pittsburgh, PA.
More information about the tour can be found here: http://thebibletour2016.com.
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About Aaron Shust
Multiple Dove Award-winning artist Aaron Shust has been embraced by Christian radio since his debut project in 2006,which contained the mega-hit single “My Savior, My God” that rose to No. 1 on six charts. Shust’s latest project for Centricity Music is a three-song EP, Ever Be, that released January 2016, with the title track being the first single. In 2015, Shust released Doxology that was hailed by CCM Magazine for “the grounded lyrics and towering melodies,” and his first Christmas album, Unto Us, released in 2014 and featured the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Shust’s debut album for Centricity, This Is What We Believe, launched the biggest song of his career, “My Hope Is In You,” which stayed at the top of the AC Monitored chart for 14 weeks. Shust’s second studio album, Morning Rises, released in 2013, and the first single, “God Of Brilliant Lights,” reached Top 15 at AC Radio. The second single, “No One Higher,” became a seven week No. 1 hit for Shust on Billboard’s Soft AC/Inspirational chart. Shust remains an active touring artist and launched his Morning Rises Tour in Spring and Fall of 2014. He has shared the stage with such artists as Mark Schultz, Big Daddy Weave, NewSong, Jeremy Camp and Casting Crowns. Shust has received seven GMA Dove nominations and was honored in 2007 with three Dove Awards for Song of the Year (“My Savior, My God”), Songwriter of the Year, and New Artist of the Year.
About Centricity Music
Centricity was founded in 2005 with a commitment to artist development and stylistic diversity. Based in Franklin TN, artists include Aaron Shust, Andrew Peterson, Carrollton, Jared Anderson, Jason Gray, JJ Weeks Band, Jonny Diaz, Jordan Feliz, Lauren Daigle and Unspoken. The company’s mission is to enable their artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. Providing label, management and publishing services, Centricity is a family owned organization and they like it that way.
Source- Bozeman Media