Loudbrook Release 'No More Night' Featuring Jars of Clay & Phil Keaggy

Jun 11 2019

Loudbrook, consisting of husband and wife team Bryan (writer) and Melissa (singer) Lautenbach from Franklin, Tennessee, have released their brand new 15 song album 'No More Night'. The album features multi-platinum, GRAMMY Award-winning artist Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay, singing on the track 'Friend Of Sinners'.


"Friend of Sinners anchors the soul in the demonstrative love of Jesus Christ", explains the duo. "No More Night is our true story of following Jesus Christ out of our night, supported by a caring community of friends. So we actually believe life is better lived in community with others: to love and be loved back, to be known for who we really are and not for who we may pretend to be. It's great! We celebrate joy together and carry each other through the hard times. And sometimes, let's be honest, both the joy and the hard times can take your breath away. This is our experience.

We fought challenges we never thought we’d have to face, and in the face of everything, we encountered the transformational light of God, who brought us out of our dark night by the blood of Jesus Christ - but we had to believe God."

'No More Night' also features Gospel Music Hall Of Fame artist Phil Keaggy on several tracks. Loudbrook last toured on The Master & The Musicians 30 Years Later Tour in 2008 with Phil.

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