The Cricket & Seagull: EFY album 'Believe. Hope. Endure' uncovered new diamonds in the rough
From the hundreds of song submissions they receive, the producers of each year's Especially for Youth album winnow out the best for recording and sharing with the tens of thousands of youths who attend the annual summer camp.
In the process of creating this year's album, "Believe. Hope. Endure." producer Russ Dixon uncovered some new diamonds in the rough like "The One," plus Stephanie Mabey's "He Knows Me Better," the contemporary Christian hit "What Faith Can do," and more.
That's this week on "The Cricket and Seagull."
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