Leslie Jordan releases "You Are With Me," her awaited second studio EP recorded at Fox Den Studios and co-produced with Jess Ray. Serving as B-sides to her fall 2022 project, "All That I Need To Know," which took on an aerial view of truths about God, this new batch of songs dives deeply into the raw and visceral nature of God’s presence.
Leslie Jordan introduces "You Are With Me," a deeply personal song written as her and her husband were journeying through the process of adopting their son in 2017.
Women Who Worship, a collection of female worship artists, songwriters and creatives, has released a new song from the upcoming self-titled project. The new track, "Great Mystery," features Jessie Early and is available today along with the live performance video. Last month, Women Who Worship released the first song, "Firm Foundation (He Won't)" featuring Lindy Cofer.
n 2019, Capitol CMG Publishing hosted 45 influential female worship artists and songwriters for the inaugural "Women Who Worship Writing Camp." Out of that and other writing camps, the Women Who Worship movement was birthed. Last year, this group gathered to unite and amplify the voices of women around the world and record a live album, which will release Women Who Worship on March 3rd in partnership with WorshipTogether.
Multigenerational collective Anchor Hymns release a new single titled 'All I Have Is Christ,' announcing their upcoming second EP, Give Thanks.
Grammy-nominated artist and worship leader Leslie Jordan releases a live-in-the-studio edition of her latest EP All That I Need To Know. Titled the Fox Den Sessions, the 6-track project strips back songs that Leslie helped write and were previously recorded by other artists.
GRAMMY-nominated artist and worship leader Leslie Jordan has released All That I Need To Know, a 6-track project collating songs that she helped write and were previously recorded by other artists.
Getting To Know You: Leslie Jordan is a creative artist living with her husband and son on lush Tennessee land just outside Nashville. She served on staff and led worship at an eclectic church just south of Nashville—made up of a large portion of artists—for ten years.