Christian music’s highly regarded Chris Tomlin is releasing a live performance video today of his Grammy-nominated radio single “Holy Forever” featuring Jenn Johnson and Brian Johnson. The performance was filmed during the seventh annual ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concert event held at Bridgestone Arena. “Holy Forever,” written by Chris, Jenn Johson, Brian Johnson, Phil Wickham, and Jason Ingram, appears on his Grammy-nominated album Always.
Since its release last Fall, the song has captivated worship leaders and church attendees across the world, singing it during their church services every week.
“Songs are like arrows out of the bow…reaching places far beyond what I would imagine,” said Chris. “I definitely feel that Holy Forever is one of those arrows. It’s an honor to be a part of a song like this…that reminds us all of the greater story…the song of heaven! I love hearing how this song is finding it ways among gatherings large and small around the world.”
Songwriters Jenn Johnson and Brian Johnson of Bethel Music were special guests on ‘Good Friday Nashville’ and joined Chris at the concert for this song. ‘Good Friday Nashville’ reigns as the longest running annual charity related concert at Bridgestone Arena. Proceeds from this year were dedicated to the Covenant School and the Metro Police Department. Chris ignited the Good Friday concert as he performed from beginning to end during a two-and-a-half-hour set. Throughout the evening he welcomed additional special guests Blessing Offor and the Tennessee State University choir while surprise guest CeCe Winans appeared near the close of the night. Pastor and best-selling author Max Lucado delivered a special Easter message. Tickets for 2024’s ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concert event are on sale NOW at www.goodfridaynashville.com.