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'A New Season' for Matthew Hagee
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Leading pastor, author and recording artist Matthew Hagee makes his solo debut with A New Season, releasing March 18 (Difference Media/Capitol Christian Distribution). Produced by Michael Sykes (Oak Ridge Boys, Gaither Vocal Band), the project features 11 inspirational country selections.
Highlights of A New Season include the debut single, “I Don’t Want to Get Adjusted”; the Hagee co-penned songs “This Ain’t Nothin’” and “My Nomination”; and “That’s Jesus,” which was co-written by Hagee’s father, Pastor John Hagee. The project also showcases a new arrangement of the beloved classic “The Day He Wore My Crown,” featuring guest contributions from Larry Stewart and David Innis of legendary country group Restless Heart.

Here, Matthew speaks a little about A New Season and his songwriting process:

“I constantly am trying to encourage people that God is a God of new beginnings and second chances,” Hagee says of the project’s theme. “Regardless of what they’ve gone through, if they’re breathing, God’s got better things in store. It’s a new season.”
Executive pastor of the 20,000-member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he preaches alongside his father, Matthew Hagee is the author of the book Shaken, Not Shattered (Charisma House). A husband and father of four, Hagee is a member of the Dove Award-winning Southern Gospel quartet Canton Junction and also records and tours with his family’s vocal group, the Hagees.
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