By TSD Newsroom
One of the most talented and respected mass choirs in the country, The Tennessee Mass Choir makes its national introduction to the gospel music arena with the highly anticipated debut single, “The Greatest of All Time.”
Supporters and fans worldwide have eagerly embraced the simple, yet powerful message within the choir’s lead single, which is already making a slash with sales on iTunes, Google Play and other digital music retailers.
“The Greatest of All Time” was produced by award-winning, Grammy-nominated producer Jason Clark and composed by nationally acclaimed songwriter, Tony B. Dickerson. Shontelle Norman-Beatty of the Edwin Hawkins Singers complements the song with her rousing lead vocals, adding to the choir’s robust backing vocals.
Delivering precision in the single’s final mix is Grammy-winning engineer, John Jaszcz. Noted for his chart topping mixes for artists such as Kirk Franklin, Hezekiah Walker, Tye Tribbett and others, Jaszcz fused the song’s unique components. The result is a high-energy praise and worship anthem that is sure to become an instant favorite in the landscape of gospel music.
“Our main focus is to reach all audiences and to get congregations singing again. The song is a proclamation to the world that God is indeed the greatest of all time,” said Jason Clark, the choir’s director.
A song with a timeless message and a new revelation, “The Greatest of All Time” seeks to uplift and inspire listeners of all ages.
“The Greatest of All Time” is the lead single from the choir’s forthcoming album entitled “Timeless Messages, New Revelations, Vol. 1.” The album is slated for release in January 2017.
On a roll, The Tennessee Mass Choir recently has recorded and performed with artists such as St. Paul & The Broken Bones and legendary rock band Foreigner.
View “The Greatest of All Time” promotional video at http://bit.ly/2aqiLrF.
(For more information about The Tennessee Mass Choir, visit www.tnmass.org; facebook.com/TheTNMassChoir; twitter.com/TheTNMassChoir; instagram.com/tnmasschoir.)