|Hope for All (Live)||Greater (Live)|| |
|Fight Song (feat. Drew Bodine)||Love Can|| |
|If God Is for Us (Live)||Greater (Live)|| |
|Greater (Live)||Greater (Live)|| |
|Love Can (Live)||Greater (Live)|| |
|It Came Upon a Midnight Clear||Thrill of Hope|| |
|Hope for All (O Come Let Us Adore Him)||Thrill of Hope|| |
|Intro||Love Can|| |
|Alive Again (Live)||Greater (Live)|| |
|God's Great Dance Floor (feat. Drew Bodine)||Love Can|| |
Gateway was an American jazz trio formed in 1975. The members were John Abercrombie, guitar, Dave Holland, bass, and Jack DeJohnette, drums. The group has also joined Collin Walcott on his debut album Cloud Dance recorded in 1975. The trio reunited temporarily for a performance in 2012 to mark DeJohnette's 70th birthday.
Comprised of Emily Hamilton (lead vocals, guitars, keys), Johnny Hamilton (drums), and Jeff Luckey (guitars, keys, vocals), For All Seasons desires to cultivate an atmosphere of hope through their new project Clarity, no matter what season of life listeners may find themselves enduring. Clarity is rooted in story, which is a fitting introduction for the band. “The songs have the DNA of all of us in them,” Emily says of the project’s seven tracks. “The message that’s continually coming out of our mouths, whether it’s onstage, or offstage or through all the music we write, is this idea that because of God’s consistent nature, He’s deserving of worship all the time. This is our decision for every season of life.” For All Season’s debut single “Higher” is currently top 40 on Christian Radio.