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Brandon Lake Partners With REBOOT Recovery To Offer Mental Health Help During Fall 2022 Tour

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Brandon Lake has partnered with Evan and Jenny Owens, founders of REBOOT Recovery in Nashville, Tenn., to provide immediate help to concert goers those battling depression, anxiety, and other mental health struggles.

Concert goers will be directed by Lake to scan a QR code during the concert to receive a free copy of the Owen’s new release Healing What’s Hidden: Practical Steps to Overcoming Trauma. And, they will have the opportunity to visit a booth where local licensed counselors are available for immediate help. Nine of the shows area already sold out.

REBOOT Recovery, the nation’s largest faith-based trauma healing program, offers courses, training, and an online community to anyone looking to move forward from trauma and tragedy into a better future.

Lake’s latest full-length album, HELP!, the title of the tour, is a collection of songs that depicts his own personal battle against depression, anxiety, loneliness, panic attacks, and other mental health struggles.

“In my lifetime, I’ve never experienced more opportunity to cave under the weight of anxiety and depression,” reflects Lake. “I believe it’s important that we are real, honest, and raw about the mental battles we face-that we bring them into the light so God can remind us of who He is and who we are. I believe we need honest songs, but we also need warfare songs to come against those attacks that try and keep us from being everything God wants us to be and from living truly free. Freedom has been purchased, but we need reminders that it is our inheritance and the reality we can live in daily through Him who set us free.”

Lake has been nominated for five GRAMMY awards over the course of his professional music career. In 2022, he was awarded his first GRAMMY for “Best Contemporary Christian Music Album,” in recognition of the record, Old Church Basement. In 2021, he won the GMA Dove Award for “Songwriter of the Year” and “Worship Recorded Song of the Year” for “Graves Into Gardens.” “This is a Move,” co-written with Tasha Cobbs Leonard, won a 2019 GMA Dove Award for “Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year,” and it was also nominated for a 2020 GRAMMY Award.

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