Saturday, May 12, 2012

Adam Cappa, The Rescue CD Review + Giveaway

BEC Recordings’ is thrilled to announce the release of the LP from freshman artist Adam Cappa.  He released his this full-length label debut, "The Rescue."  This budding artist can be seen touring with his label-mate, mentor and co-producer Jeremy Camp on the “We Cry Out” tour currently on the road. "The Rescue" is his label debut, but his third career album. Cappa enlisted producer Andy Dodd as well as the aftermentioned Camp, who has been involved in Cappa’s career from the beginning. A vocalist, guitarist, performer, young songwriter and communicator through and through, Adam Cappa is ready to share his heart.  It all started when Adam got involved with Young Life after accepting Christ as a sophomore in high school.  Fast-forward a few years and two independent records later,  Cappa is focused on his passion for ministry.

Another new to me artist, I was pleasantly surprised with the voice and conviction of Adam Cappa in his album, The Rescue.  His faith definitely shines through and the chords are inspiring and really carry a message that you can apply to your own life.  I think my favorite songs on the album is The Rescue and Perfect.  The both really struck a chord with me and the emotions carried me away. Christian Pop music that is not to be missed - pick up Rescue Me today! It would also make a great gift for Mother's Day this weekend :)

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