Giveaway: new double album by Nathan Clark George

This giveaway has ended and the winner (Sheila G.) has been notified.  Thank you to everyone who entered!

Are you familiar with Nathan Clark George?  I’ve been enjoying Nathan’s newest album on my phone lately every time I leave the house.  His music, composed for worship, is energizing and peaceful at the same time.  It’s beautiful and reverent, and nothing like what passes for contemporary Christian music on the radio.

From Nathan’s bio:

It is Nathan’s desire to encourage a thoughtful and meaningful approach to worship and the Scriptures in song.  He continues to write and record many folk tunes based on theology, poetry, and everyday life…

Nathan’s concerts are eclectic, truly musical and aesthetically pleasing.  He understands the delicate balance of being fun and meaningful – of being powerful but not ear-splittingly loud – of being rooted in history but immediately understandable.  In his view concerts should leave you wanting more, they should inspire and encourage.

His new album, due to be released on November 10, is called To Live is Christ.  It’s 22 songs consisting of 11 Psalms and 11 Songs/Hymns on two discs.

This isn’t Nathan’s first album.  He has several others available on Bandcamp.  My favorite is his Christmas album, A Midwinter’s Eve.  It’s full of hauntingly beautiful renditions of many less popular Christmas songs. You can listen for free, or buy to download – just $9 for 14 songs or $1 each.  I am not a music purchaser, but I’m definitely buying this album!

Oh! Look! You can listen to his new album here!

How cool is that?!  Is it working for you?  If not, go here to listen or to buy: To Live is Christ

And here’s a special gift for Life in a Shoe readers: download a song from his new album for free!  Just give your email address to download Calm Content.

THE GIVEAWAY:

One randomly chosen reader will receive a real, physical copy of Nathan’s newest album, To Live Is Christ!

To enter this giveaway, do any or all of the following.  Please leave a separate comment for each entry.

  1. Leave a comment on this post telling just how badly you want to win. :)
  2. Like Nathan on Facebook.
  3. Follow Nathan on Twitter.
  4. Download the free song, Calm Content.
  5. Visit Nathan’s site on Bandcamp and listen to his music for free.  Come back and leave a comment telling me the name of your favorite song that you heard.
  6. Share this post on Facebook.
  7. Blog about this giveaway for 3 extra entries!  Make sure you include a link to this post and to Nathan’s site.  Remember to leave 3 comments for this one!

This giveaway will be open for 7 days, then I’ll randomly choose a winner to receive a free album.

This giveaway has ended and the winner (Sheila G.) has been notified.  Thank you to everyone who entered!

Comments

  1. Hi! Just wanted to let you and your readers know that we’re having a giveaway of To Live is Christ, too! Visit us at http://www.scripturemelodies.blogspot.com/2013/12/giveaway-to-live-is-christ-cd.html.

  2. I love A Midwinter’s Eve… my fav song on there is “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence”

  3. Following Nathan on fb ;)

  4. Would love to win!!! I think it’s awesome that a young man is coming up with albums like this!

  5. And I liked him on FB, which I can’t believe I hadn’t done before.

  6. I want to win because I haven’t heard this album yet!

  7. He makes beautiful music. Liked him on FB and listened at his site. Great blessing!

  8. I’m following Nathan Clark George on twitter. Thanks, ZuZu.

  9. I liked Nathan on facebook. Thanks, ZuZu

  10. I really, really want to win!!!! :) :)

  11. We have loved his music and family since watching the wonderful video by Franklin Spring
    It would be a blessing to our family to add this to our collection.
    We “like” him on facebook!
    Thanks
    Carla <

  12. Listened to some of his music, While shepherds watched their flocks by night is great!

  13. I’d really like to win.

  14. Liked Nathan Clark George on FB.

  15. Blessed are all they-Psalm 1 and Sanctus I really liked. My kids are memorizing Psalm 1, so I will share this with them tomorrow.

  16. downloaded Calm Content. Thank you.

  17. Thanks for the giveaway. His music is new to me, I’d love to win.

  18. I’d love to win.

  19. I shared and “liked” this post on Facebook.

  20. I “like” him on Facebook.

  21. Thank you for the info about Bandcamp. It is difficult to choose just one song, but “Praise the Lord” (Psalm 111) is a favorite of mine.

  22. I’m following him on twitter. Love his music!

  23. Elizabeth K. says:

    I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to win this CD, but even if I don’t, I will be downloading the Christmas one SOON.

  24. Melissa Bowers says:

    I would love to win this album. Between my husband, kids, and myself, at least one of us is bound to appreciate it. :-)

  25. I would love to learn more about Nathan’s music! Liked him of Facebook. Thanks!

  26. following on twitter

  27. Thank you for the info about this album. I downloaded “Calm Content.” What beautiful music!

  28. I already like him on fb

  29. would love this!

  30. I like “I’m About to Fall” and “Why Am I This Way” from the Slam the Door cd.

  31. I downloaded the song, Calm Content. Thanks!

  32. Beautiful music! I’d like to win. :)

  33. Love Nathan George! Been a fan since my husband introduced us almost 7 years ago.

  34. Love his “A Midwinter’s Eve” album. Favorite song “In the Bleak Midwinter”.

  35. His music sounds beautiful. I love the idea of singing actual Psalms! Would love to win. =)

  36. great music! i’d love to win :)

  37. Mmm, I liked the song, “I Trust in Your Unfailing Love.” Very meaningful when life is upside down and the only thing left to fall back on is God and His love for us that never changes

  38. And downloaded his free song, Calm Content…it’s beautiful…so soothing

  39. “Liked” his facebook page!

  40. I’ve been looking for new music for a while now…this sounds absolutely lovely!

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