Christian pop vocal group Avalon—Janna Long, Greg Long, Jody McBrayer, and Dani Rocca-Herbert—are ready to explore a new musical direction. With the release of its new self-titled, brand-new project, the group has officially announced a name change to Avalon Worship.
Living In India for 10 years, learning a different language, songwriting, and working with musicians in Calcutta has really prepared Zachary Day for this next season of pursuing music full time. Zachary Ray developed a passion for music while singing in his dad’s church at a young age. That passion for music lead him to study vocal performance and music business at the prestigious Berklee College of Music.
The wait is over as one of Christian music’s most successful and celebrated groups, Avalon, has released Called, their first album in ten years. The project—the inaugural full release on Red Street Records—is produced by Don Koch and Jay DeMarcus. DeMarcus, a member of country super-group Rascal Flatts, founded the label with Koch in October 2018.
Compassion LIVE presents the return of The Called Tour featuring Avalon and special guest Sarah Kelly. Reuniting after 10 years, the three-time GRAMMY nominated group Avalon will hit the road again for a 14-city tour next spring. Fans can expect to hear brand new songs from Avalon’s soon to be released project, Called, including their new single “If Not For Jesus.”
For the first time in 10 years, we will hear new music and get a new tour from three-time GRAMMY® nominated, American Music Award and Dove Award winning recording artists Avalon. The group will take to the road again this fall to support their debut Red Street Records release, Called.
Bridgestone Arena hosted the once-in-a-lifetime, star-studded tribute event honoring Michael W. Smith and celebrating his 35 year career and his 35 #1 hits.