Nathan Pacheco strives to lift his listeners to a place where believing everything will be OK becomes possible, even natural. After all, that’s what music has done for him—provide relief from darkness by inviting in God’s warm light.
Nick Villalobos, Glenn McDaniel, and Zack Clark have seen incredible success with their YouTube covers of pop and rock hit songs. Now they’ve taken their talents to an entirely different project: recording the hymns.
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