Nashville, Tenn. (June 2, 2023)
Worship leader Chris Tomlin has released a live performance version of his Grammy-nominated radio single “Holy Forever” featuring Jenn Johnson and Brian Johnson of Bethel Music. The song has captivated worship leaders and church attendees across the globe since its release last fall and was recorded during Chris’ ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concert held at Bridgestone Arena where Jenn and Brian were guest performers.“Holy Forever” was a collaborative write by some of the genre’s very best songwriters including Chris, Jenn and Brian, as well as Phil Wickham and Jason Ingram; the song appears on Chris’ Grammy-nominated album Always.

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“Songs are like arrows out of the bow…reaching places far beyond what I would imagine,” said Chris. “I definitely feel that ‘Holy Forever’ is one of those arrows. It’s an honor to be a part of a song like this…that reminds us all of the greater story…the song of heaven! I love hearing how this song is finding its way among gatherings large and small around the world.”

The reverence of the song’s performance and message on Good Friday was even more powerful as the concert came just a week after the Covenant school shooting in Nashville
“Leading ‘Holy Forever’ with Chris on Good Friday was such a beautiful moment for us,” shared Jenn. “This song has been so special, and leading it in the midst of a city in tragedy, was deeply moving. There was a powerful hunger in the room that evening as we worshipped, united together.”

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