Joann Rosario's JOYOUS SALVATION In Stores July 24

Superb Production, Magnificent Vocals and Outstanding Songwriting Captivate on Singer's 3rd CD 

joannNew York, NY - On her 3rd CD, Joyous Salvation, pure happiness and wonderment pours out of every lyric Joann Rosario sings.  A passionate worshipper, Rosario maintains that trademark here - illuminating her worship with reverence on tracks such as "Beautiful Son" and "You Are Holy"; love on the soulful "More Than Anything"; and gratitude on the bouncy "Traces" and the upbeat "Glory to You" - which, along with "Restore to Me" -is currently enjoying radio airplay. 

Superb Production, Magnificent Vocals and Outstanding Songwriting Captivate on Singer's 3rd CD 

joannNew York, NY - On her 3rd CD, Joyous Salvation, pure happiness and wonderment pours out of every lyric Joann Rosario sings.  A passionate worshipper, Rosario maintains that trademark here - illuminating her worship with reverence on tracks such as "Beautiful Son" and "You Are Holy"; love on the soulful "More Than Anything"; and gratitude on the bouncy "Traces" and the upbeat "Glory to You" - which, along with "Restore to Me" -is currently enjoying radio airplay. 

Producers Aaron W. Lindsey (Israel Houghton, Martha Munizzi, Marvin Sapp), Fred Jerkins (Brandy, Virtue) and Chris Rodriquez (Salvador, Keith Urban) contribute to the sonic variety on Joyous Salvation, and Rosario co-wrote 99% of the disk.  "The writing process on this album was very special for me.  I know I didn't write these songs! They were written by the precious Holy Spirit and I heard them during times of prayer and seeking the Lord," says Rosario. "My co-writers were also in the same flow, so the writing came easily. I don't really feel like I was in control of this album.  God was literally in control and that brings me great joy." For Joann Rosario, Joyous Salvation is much more than just the CD's title - it is a declaration of independence from a life lived far below the joyous one God has promised.  "It's about living a righteous life.  It's about living in obedience and sacrifice; it's about giving and loving people and truly being free from sin," says Joann.  "Together, this is what I call ‘Joyous Salvation'.  Living that type of life is a life without worry.  And even if something does go wrong, it's okay because you know that God is first in your life and you're seeking Him. You just wait for Him to show up.  Just wait on your miracle.  That's ‘Joyous Salvation'".

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