Unbreakable, the first all-new studio release in nearly three years from multi-Dove Award-winning Curb recording artist Selah, is now available. Produced by founding members Todd Smith and Allan Hall and longtime collaborator Jason Kyle Saetveit, the project also includes contributions from such acclaimed producers as Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars) and Scott Cash (Dan Bremnes).
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The album's debut single, "I Got Saved," is already resonating with fans across the country. Written by Jennie Lee Riddle ("Revelation Song"), Crystal Yates and Corey Voss, Selah hopes the song will encourage listeners to post their own testimonies online using the hashtag #igotsaved.
"'I Got Saved' is a reminder of who Jesus is and what He does in our lives," explains Selah's Todd Smith. "Recently in concert a woman with a cane stood during the[…] Source: Christian Music