John Voelz | It's Jesus (Official Theme Song of Jesus Manifesto)

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It's Jesus (Official Theme Song of Jesus Manifesto)

by John Voelz

Raw, impassioned, vibrant, and musically satisfying as well as approachable with acoustic guitars, piano, and mandolin provide a soothing background to a powerful and memorable melody and message.
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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Recorded at the majestic Solid Sound studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan where the likes of Emmylou Harris, Ani DiFranco, Nora Jones, Son Volt, Beck, Tori Amos, John Hiatt, Willie Nelson, Art Garfunkel and Arlo Gutherie have recorded. "It's Jesus" is the official song of "Jesus Manifesto: Restoring the Supremacy and Sovereignty of Jesus Christ" by Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola. This tender, poignant, acoustic folk worship song is an artistic response to the book. After spending time at Westwinds Church in Jackson, Michigan where John Voelz is a pastor and resident artist, Leonard Sweet asked Voelz to consider writing a song that would accompany the book yet stand on it's own as a worship song with wide church appeal. The song quickly became a favorite at Westwinds and is an honest reflection of not only the book, but the musical and artistic commitment Voelz has made to his craft and his audience. Honest and authentic, this is what flows from the heart of a worshiper and a worshiping community. A memorable and haunting melody with a mix of acoustic finesse, this song is enjoyable to listen to as well as approachable for group worship.


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