Pat Barrett Releases ‘Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly’

Worship leader and songwriter Pat Barrett has released his new 17 track studio project, Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly. Accompanying the studio project are several specially recorded live videos with appearances including Mack Brock, Chris Tomlin, Jon Reddick and Franni Rae Cash of We The Kingdom.

We The Kingdom ‘Holy Water’

We The Kingdom Holy Water (Sparrow Records/Capitol CMG) We The Kingdom is a new worship collective that also includes one well-known worship artist. Group member Ed Cash co-wrote and produced Chris Tomlin�...... Read more

We The Kingdom Drops ‘Don’t Tread On Me’

Breakout Christian music/Country band We The Kingdom has released its sophomore single “Don’t Tread On Me." The track, released along with a corresponding lyric video, was written and produced, collectively, by We The Kingdom and recorded at Ed Cash’s studio.

We The Kingdom Releases ‘Live Acoustic Sessions’ EP

Breakout Christian music/Country group We The Kingdom ( Ed Cash, Scott Cash, Franni Rae Cash, Martin Cash and Andrew Bergthold) has released their Live Acoustic Sessions EP. The EP features 4 tracks recorded at the Boiler Room At Neuhoff Site in Nashville, Tennessee. The band, which includes award-winning producer and songwriter Ed Cash, is also a multigenerational family of musicians with a shared vision.

We The Kingdom Drops Acoustic Performance of ‘Free Amen’

Christian music's ascending next big thing, We The Kingdom (Ed Cash, Scott Cash, Franni Rae Cash, Martin Cash and Andrew Bergthold) has a mesmerizing cross-genre blend of folk, Americana, worship, and roots music that is showcased on its 6-song live EP, Live At the Wheelhouse. Today, We The Kingdom released another live/acoustic video, this time for the song "Free Amen."

We The Kingdom Releases Live Video for ‘Holy Water’

We The Kingdom has released a new live video for the single, "Holy Water." We The Kingdom is a multigenerational family of musicians, including producers and songwriters Ed Cash, Scott Cash, Franni Rae Cash, Martin Cash and Andrew Bergthold. The name for group comes from the idea that the kingdom of God is not merely referring to heaven or the power of God or his angles. The kingdom of God is here among us, after all what is a kingdom without it's people. God has called us to big things, great and mighty things, that we can't even begin to imagine.