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Nashville Tribute Band Releases Rousing Song Ahead of Album Release

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The Nashville Tribute Band, a powerful music group dedicated to preaching the good news of Jesus Christ, has released the first single from their latest album, entitled “That River Gonna Rise.”

The Word: A Nashville Tribute to the Bible shows how Old Testament themes can relate to the modern day. “That River Gonna Rise” is about how we can build a sure foundation of faith when trouble waters crash against us.

You can watch the rousing new music video featuring the song below. You can pre-order the new album, which arrives September 7, 2018, here.

Pre-Order The Word: A Nashville Tribute to the Bible

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