On the heels of winning Inspirational Album of the Year at this year’s WE LOVE Christian Music Awards, Natasha Owens is back in the studio with two-time Dove Award “Producer of the Year” Ian Eskelin (Francesca Battistelli, Point of Grace, 7eventh Time Down) recording the follow up to her critically-acclaimed sophomore album, “We Will Rise.” In addition to preparing new music for release later this year, the powerhouse vocalist is hitting the road this summer, sharing the stage with some of Christian music’s biggest names.
"I'm so excited about the new music we're working on," says Owens. "And we're excited to be performing some of it live this summer before dropping a new album later this year."
On her first album (2016’s "No One But You"), Owens tackled themes of making it through a trial, inspired by the tragic loss of her father. On 2017’s "We Will Rise," she gave us hope that there is healing and restoration ahead. Her upcoming third album focuses on what she has learned over the past few years while overcoming her own adversity and getting stronger with each day. Adds Owens, “This new music will serve as a reminder that regardless of the heartache and circumstances, we can let go of the fear and regret that holds us back. There are better days ahead.”
Owens had extensive media coverage for her latest album with television appearances nationwide and an exclusive interview for Fox News Channel’s FOX411. She also appeared on HLN’s “Weekend Express” in the aftermath of hurricane season, announcing that she would donate all proceeds from the retail sales of “We Will Rise” through the end of 2017. To date, Natasha Owens Ministries has donated over $50,000 to hurricane relief efforts.
Natasha has toured with some of Christian music’s bestselling artists, including Michael W. Smith, Jason Crabb and Matthew West. Most recently, Owens crossed the country with 7eventh Time Down, Audio Adrenaline, Greg Sikes and Austin French on the 2017 "God Is On The Move” Tour.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
June 16 - Atlanta Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia - Atlanta, GA
June 29-30 - Worship in the Adirondacks - Pottersville, NY (w/ For King & Country, Jeremy Camp, We Are Messengers and more)
July 1 - Collins Center for the Arts - Orono, ME (w/ Jeremy Camp)
July 2 - The House Of Hope - Latham, NY (w/ JJ Weeks & Austin French)
July 3 - Calvary Chapel - North Kingstown, RI (w/ JJ Weeks Band & Austin French)
July 5 - Hosanna Church - Oxford, ME (w/ JJ Weeks Band & Austin French)
July 6-7 - River Rock Music Festival - Bethel, ME (w/ Danny Gokey, MercyMe, Mandisa, Matthew West and more)
July 8 - Goodwill Church - Montgomery, NY (w/ Danny Gokey)
July 9 - Christian Fellowship Center - New Bedford, MA (w/ Cloverton)
Sept. 14-15 - River Rock Music Festival - Lexington, KY (w/ Bethel Music, For King & Country and more)
Sept. 18 - Columbus Baptist Church - Columbus, NJ (w/ Ryan Stevenson and Tony Wolf)
Sept. 19 - Woodstock Town Hall - Woodstock, VT (w/ Ryan Stevenson and Tony Wolf)
Sept. 20 - Clarks Summit University - Clarks Summit, PA (w/ Ryan Stevenson and Tony Wolf)
Sept. 21 - Open Arms Church - Rotterdam, NY (w/ Ryan Stevenson and Tony Wolf)
Sept. 22 - Delta Lake Bible Conference Center - Rome, NY (w/ Ryan Stevenson and Tony Wolf)