Saturday, December 1, 2012

The Royal Royal CD Review & Giveaway

The music The Royal Royal pieced together on The Royalty is a reflection of what they believe God has called them to do. Featuring 14 tracks, including four acoustic songs, brothers Nathan and Gabe Finochio hope that each listener will be inspired and refreshed through the testimony of The Royalty. “We have worked hard on the record, and we’ve been honest and true to what we believe God has called us to say and do,” shares Nathan. “Work, in a very Biblical sense, is worship and we believe that God can breathe upon and establish the work of human hands through this record.”

The Royal Royal CD is an uplifting, powerful and passionate album. This worship album will make your toe tap, your face smile and your heart soar.  How Wonderful and My Salvation are my favorite songs on this album - they both just connected to me personally.  But all of the songs on the album are great.  From ballads to up tempo, the acoustics and vocals are spot on.  I'd love to see this duo on concert.  A great message to be had on all tracks and the message they carry is relative and honest.

Hailing from Ontario, Canada, brothers Nathan and Gabriel Finochio joined musical forces to write songs, lead worship and deliver lyrics that breathe new life through ancient truths.
“We desire that a new generation hear of the faithfulness of our God in their generation; that is our mandate and that is our heart. We pray you are encouraged in your spirit and stirred up in your most holy faith as you listen and worship with us.”
Growing up as pastor’s kids, the Finochio brothers were greatly influenced by their father’s love of music. Developing a heart for modern congregational worship, The Royal Royal also credit James Taylor, Steely Dan and Stevie Wonder as musical inspirations. The Royal Royal has been building their fanbase since last summer as they played tour support for John Mark McMillan and Hillsong UNITED. Both Nathan and Gabriel attended seminary at Portland Bible College and currently serve at their respective churches in Toronto and New York City.
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