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November 14, 2012

Your First Free Music Friday

TCW presents “Blush” by the Annie Moses Band as a free 24-hour download.

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With the holiday season just around the corner, Today’s Christian Woman is happy to announce a “Free Music Friday” series on the TCW blog. For the next six weeks, the TCW editorial staff will offer a free music download every Friday, available for 24 hours (from 9 a.m. Friday – 9 a.m. Saturday CST).

Featured artists will include Keith & Kristyn Getty, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mandisa, and more. This week, the series kicks off with “Blush,” a single off the Annie Moses Band’s September 25 release, Pilgrims and Prodigals.

The Annie Moses Band, a family band based in Franklin, Tennessee, has been performing southern “chamber pop” for a decade. The six siblings and their two parents perform on a variety of stringed instruments, and their voices combine to create beautiful vocal harmonies in a style reminiscent of folk group Alison Krauss & Union Station.

Pilgrims and Prodigals is the band’s first commercial album release, and it became the most-televised debut for any artist on public television in September with more than 1,000 hours of broadcasts scheduled on television stations across the country.

Pilgrims & Prodigals is based on the idea that everyone in the world is going somewhere,” Alex Wolaver, a vocalist for the band, says on the group’s website. “We’re all on a personal journey. We are all either someone who’s finding our way back home, or we’re someone who’s running away from home. Every song on this album tells one of those two stories.”

According to Annie Wolaver, the band’s lead vocalist and violin player, “Blush” is a song that explores the foundations of traditional courtship.

“‘Blush’ questions our culture’s cynicism about romance and love, and speaks a timeless truth with powerful relevance. It’s a song that yearns for a return to the beauty and dignity of innocence.”

*The free "Blush" download has officially ended. Watch the official “Blush” music video below, then purchase the entire album at this link.*

Check back next week for a free download from Keith & Kristyn Getty!

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