Lincoln Brewster Releases 'Here I Am' Single Ahead Of New Album 'God of the Impossible'

Feb 05 2018

Lincoln Brewster has released his new single, 'Here I Am', which along with his current radio single, 'No One Like Our God' is taken from his new album 'God of the Impossible' releasing this May.


Music has been an integral part of Lincoln Brewster’s life since early childhood when he would “sit in” on rehearsals with his mother as she played with local bands. By age five, Lincoln was playing the mandolin and by age nine, he had picked up the electric guitar. That love for music took him down a winding road that included a season playing for rocker Steve Perry (Journey) and recording offers from mainstream labels all before he was 21. But Lincoln, who had made a commitment to Christ in his late teens, walked away from the promise of rock stardom and instead took a position at his local church as a sound technician.

Years later, Lincoln is again playing before thousands, this time leading people in worship at festivals and concerts across the U.S., and at Bayside Church near Sacramento, California, where he serves as a senior pastor. Known for popularizing songs such as “Today Is The Day,” “Everlasting God,” “Power Of Your Name,” and “There Is Power,” Lincoln's recordings include the albums Oxygen, Joy To The World, Real Life, Today Is The Day, Let The Praises Ring, All To You and God of the Impossible (available May 2018).

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