Album Title: TBD

Release Date: TBD

Recording Studio: Oak Tree Studios, Hendersonville, TN

Producers: Tre’ Corley

Number of Songs: TBD


Long Time Coming: All this time, I have been blessed to do what I love in my live shows. But it has been a while since I released new music of my own. Simply put, it was time to get back in the studio! –Melinda Doolittle


Sophomore Songs: Hopefully I have learned what I liked and didn’t like with my first CD. So my litmus test for choosing songs on this sophomore record has been finding tunes that are a true representation of who I am. I also took the chance to be a part of the writing process! It’s hard work, but extremely rewarding. –M.D.


Slow and Steady: The songs on this record I helped write have a more current sound. On my previous record we were on a huge deadline, so time was limited. I have taken more time with this CD. My producer was happy to work with me until I had exactly what I was looking for. –M.D.


Show Time: I love to sing in the dark. When I record a song, I imagine I’m performing it live. I’m intense when I have an audience, but it feels weird when it’s just my producer and me. So, I turn off the lights and go to town. I also warm up with the ProVox vocal workout before each session. My vocal coach, Janet Kenyon, developed it and it works wonders vocally. M.D.



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Andrew Greer

Andrew Greer is a multiple Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter, respected author, and co-creator of the innovative Hymns for Hunger tour with Cindy Morgan, raising awareness and resources for hunger relief organizations in hundreds of cities across the country. On tour, Andrew has shared the stage with folks like Amy Grant, Brandon Heath and Andrew Peterson. His songs have been recorded by artists like Jaci Velasquez, Seth & Nirva and Nic Gonzales (of Salvador). And his first book – Transcending Mysteries – co-authored with Ginny Owens, was published by Thomas Nelson in 2015. Andrew is also host of CCM Magazine’s “Features on Film” series, featuring one-on-one conversations with some of music’s biggest artists. For more information visit: or