Lakewood Music Releases Album 'SHOUT!'

Sep 24 2022

Lakewood Music's full-length sophomore album, Shout!, is available now. The project features fourteen songs, including the debut single, "Can I Get An Amen," which the group premiered live at the Come Home to Hope event at New York's Yankee Stadium in August. Global viewership for the event surpassed 1 million people. Lakewood Music, comprising Alexandra Osteen, Tauren Wells, Ramiro Garcia, Deborah Orta, Daniel Franco, Joe Catuby, Jamie Garcia, Arthur Ceker, Abel Orta, Jr, Aylssa Padilla, James Orta and Louie Garcia, is known for captivating crowds with their moving and motivational set of original music. The ensemble’s unbounded energy and exuberant brand of praise music is a force for love and hope.


Jimi Williams, host of "New Song Cafe" on Worship Together, talks about single "Can I Get An Amen?" - "It's impossible not to be happy and full of joy when you're hearing this song."

“Shout! is our most diverse and authentic collection of songs yet,” says Jonathan Osteen. “The journey in creating this project has been exciting and exhilarating. Our hope and prayer is that it will be a constant source of faith and inspiration to everyone who hears it for generations to come.”

Shout! boasts writers with extensive hit resumes, including Lakewood Music as well as Jonathan Osteen, Dwan Hill, Melody Noel, Patrick Mayberry, David Moffitt, Ben Cantelon, Jon Reddick, Pat Barrett, Leslie Garcia, William Garcia, Jonathan Traylor, & Travis Greene. The group will be on tour this fall as special guests (along with Aaron Cole) of Tauren Wells on his, 28-city The Joy In The Morning tour, starting October 6th in Tampa, FL at the Yuengling Center.

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