“A Small Colorado Band Achieves Their Big American Dream” Conversion’s American Psongs Reaches Reverbnation’s Top Ten
Denver, CO, July 11, 2019 (AP) – As the United States celebrated the 243nd anniversary of its Declaration of Independence, the foundation of the American Dream, so has another celebration taken place in Colorado by a small studio band that launched its first album, American Psongs, exactly one year ago on July 4th: Their one-year old, double CD, debut album has just broken through the top ten in the Christian Rock category for the USA (#8) and Globally (#8) at ReverbNation (www.reverbnation.com) and can be heard and purchased at www.AmericanPsongs.com.
Based in Arvada, CO, where their band has recorded music for just over ten years, the core of the band, all of whose members work full-time, include Dr. Jack Moss (vocals/guitars/bass); JD Hash (lead guitar); Riley Tremmel (vocals); and Frank Harritt (principal songwriter/rhythm guitar).
Conversion’s first album of 23 upbeat rock and country Psongs — distinctively American in their roots — offer hope to a suffering world that seeks to understand one another better. We are all part of one family, the family of humanity, all the children of God, who desires that all people of all times are saved to eternal life with Him (1 Tim 2-4). Our situation, while difficult, is absolutely not hopeless; on the contrary, God’s Love and Mercy are available and ready to overcome any sin or evil committed by anyone, anywhere, anytime. Conversion’s songs of hope are both a direct appeal to God for His help in bringing about world peace as well as a musical olive branch to all nations, that they too might hold to the principles found in America’s Declaration of Independence, that all countries hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
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