Feels Like Home, the highly anticipated new studio recording from one of Southern Gospel’s most lauded soloists, Ivan Parker, is set to release August 2 from Difference Media. Produced by Garry Jones (Canton Junction, Brian Free), the project—which pays homage to Parker’s roots— is a watershed collection of 11 gospel classics that indelibly inspired the artist's own calling.
From the Bill and Gloria Gaither-penned opening track, “Feeling At Home In The Presence Of Jesus,” to the closing strains of “Through It All,” written by the late genre-spanning icon Andraé Crouch, Feels Like Home marries Parker’s signature style with songs that helped define a golden era of gospel music.
Additional highlights of the album include Kris Kristofferson’s 1973 blockbuster hit “Why Me”; “I Just Came To Talk With You Lord” and “The Holy Hills Of Heaven Call Me,” both written by late GRAMMY and Dove Award winning singer/songwriter Dottie Rambo; the Dallas Holm-penned “You And Me Jesus”; and “His Hand In Mine,” by late Gospel Music Hall of Famer Mosie Lister.
Just hours before the release of Feels Like Home, TCB brings you this exclusive clip of Ivan briefly previewing the highlights of and meaning behind his new collection.
Just hours before the release of 'Feels Like Home,' TCB brings you this exclusive clip of @IvanParker briefly previewing the highlights of and meaning behind his new collection. @TurningPointPR https://t.co/o6icmhLSAb pic.twitter.com/A1E4cvIypv— TheChristianBeat (@TheChristBeat) August 1, 2019