Nashville, TN (November 8, 2019)
Renowned, Macon, GA-based Christian music singer/songwriter JJ Weeks, known for writing hit songs like “Let Them See You,” “Alive In Me,” “What Kind Of Love,” “Do Not Be Afraid” and most recently, “Choices,” has now released “The Sound of Freedom.”
“Freedom comes out differently for everyone, but it is unmistakable when every chain hits the floor. Imagine standing guilty in front of judge and jury and your sins, condemnation, temptations, hopelessness, depression, not feeling like you’re enough, fear and whatever you may be dealing with is all laid out for everyone to see. Then, with one word coming from the corner of the room, it all vanishes because the King says, ‘That’s my child.’ That’s the freedom I’m talking about in this song!” —JJ Weeks
That’s the sound of freedom
When your chains hit the floor
You’re not guilty anymore
The song was co-written and produced by GRAMMY-nominated, two-time Dove Award-winning Producer of the Year Ian Eskelin, who also signed Weeks to his first-ever, exclusive agreement as a solo artist earlier this year.
Playing the new song and fan favorites on the road, Weeks embarks on a Christmas tour before joining the Winter Jam 2020 tour, Christian music’s largest annual tour that launches January 10 at Jacksonville, Florida’s VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena and travels to 42 cities around the country before concluding March 29 at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland.
In addition to performing on the massive Winter Jam stage, Weeks will represent Holt International, sharing the mission and vision of this leading adoption agency during Winter Jam. The agency is dedicated to carrying out God’s plan for every child to have a permanent, loving home through family preservation, in-country adoption and international adoption.
“We are very excited to have JJ Weeks representing Holt International at Winter Jam this year,” said Eric Mason, Chief Development and Marketing Officer at Holt International. “On a recent trip to Mongolia, we had the chance to witness JJ’s heart and compassion for children and families in need, and we feel very blessed to have JJ advocating on behalf of orphaned and vulnerable children during this year’s concert series.”
Playing 100 to 150 concerts coast-to-coast each year, Weeks has also toured with MercyMe, Casting Crowns, Unspoken, We Are Messengers and many more.