Nashville based christian singer Jenn Bostic has just released her new single 'Revival (Pop Remix)' from her latest album 'Revival'.
'Revival (Pop Remix)' brings Jenn Bostic's bluesy, old school album version of the record to a whole new level. The gospel choir intro reminds us of her radio and fan favourite “What Love Feels Like,” with an even more contemporary twist. Produced by Nashville’s Femke Weidema, this track is a reminder that Bostic’s strength lies in her songwriting and strong vocals, never defined by the box of one genre.
Her new album ‘Revival’, produced by six-time Grammy award winner, Paul Salveson, released with rave reviews. It is her most authentic album yet, an honest, soulful and empowering collection about overcoming any obstacle that life throws at you.
This album follows an already impressive career, which has included an appearance on BBC Breakfast in 2012, performing her breakthrough single Jealous of the Angels. Written for her late father, the song was championed by both Smooth Radio and BBC Radio 2 and hit Number 1 on the singer songwriter chart, with now over 3 million views on YouTube.
In 2015 she was invited to perform on Songs of Praise, singing her track Little Grace from her album Faithful, and Bostic is set to film another segment for the show on the 20th of June, fearturing “Revival.” She was the First American Independent Artist to have their first three singles playlisted at BBC Radio 2. In 2012 she was the recipient of five Independent Country Music Association Awards including “Best Songwriter,” “Best Female Artist” and “Overall Winner.” She had the honor of performing on Weekend Wogan for the late Sir Terry as part of a special St. Patrick’s Day show, as well as Good Morning Sunday.
In September 2017, Jenn returned to the Radio 2 Playlist with her single What Love Feels Like and in October Jenn was named “International Touring Artist of the Year” at the British Country Music Association Awards.
Jenn has performed sold out tours across the United States and Europe, and has opened for the likes of Richard Marx, Christian Kane and The Band Perry. Venues have included The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman Auditorium and Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Her full band album release tour of the UK included stunning reviews, including quotes such as, “Some times the stars collide and an event could not possibly have been any better, tonight was one of those nights.” -Chris Farlie of W21 Music.
Tracks from the album have been featured in The Daily Telegraph, Maverick Magazine, Entertainment Focus and many more.