Street Date:
August 16, 2019
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Product Overview
Order. Disorder. Reorder. Over and over and over. With his latest release, Jason Gray rolls out new music in a fashion never done before in the CCM genre. To best share the stories he’s been experiencing and learning recently, Gray will release the Order Disorder Reorder project in three volumes, giving each song room to breathe, giving us all time to pause and truly listen to each season. Because our ongoing transformation through Christ is only possible through all three.

First up is Order, a collection of five songs from the place of solid ground, when life’s directions make sense to our own understanding at the time. But there’s always more ahead….
Marketing Highlights
  • “I’m Gonna Let It Go” has been of Gray’s quickest impacts at radio, receiving the biggest first week of adds (over 40!) in his career. The song continues to make a fast climb up the charts. This follows Grays’ previous hits, including two Number 1 singles, plus an additional three Top 5.
  • About Jason Gray
    With a heart for connecting with others, Jason Gray is known for the compassionate honesty and authenticity his music has provided for over a decade. Through his vulnerability, Gray has consistently reached listeners in a unique and compelling way, as noted by CCM Magazine: “When you buy a Jason Gray album, you can count on two things to be present on every song—the hook and the heart.” His 2016 album Where The Light Gets In debuted in the Top 5 of Billboard’s Top Christian Albums Chart, following earlier success of albums like Love Will Have The Final Word and A Way To See In The Dark, plus multiple No. 1 radio singles, including “With Every Act of Love” and “Nothing Is Wasted.” He has headlined tours of his own and shared the stage with artists like Steven Curtis Chapman, TobyMac, Michael W. Smith, and other friends. Audiences experience not only Gray’s musical talent, but the heartfelt way he shares his gifts and stories to support others.
    For Fans Of
    Matthew West, Josh Wilson, Steven Curtis Chapman