In a culture that would rather turn a blind eye instead of pursuing something more…something different…Michael stands among the few who intentionally and passionately pursue change from the inside out.
Not behavior modification…not a step-by-step program to self-improvement…but an active, daily encounter with our endlessly creative Savior.
Encounters that don’t let you settle…
Encounters that bring you face to face with the One who knows the innermost workings of the heart He created inside and gently, firmly, molds, shapes, leads and guides that very heart until it is more and more like His.
This is where Michael English is living.
Not among the many; but among the few who dare for more…the ‘some’ who dare to change.
And so, six years out from his last full-length project, it’s fitting that his magnificent return to the studio as a solo artist embraces, explores and celebrates that, yes, indeed, Some People Change.
As with every creative venture Michael has pursued, including his current stint as lead vocalist for the Gaither Vocal Band, the record only confirms what the audience and the industry have known since he first broke into the music scene in the late 80s, his voice, delivery, artistry are second to none.
Produced by long-time friend and music legend in the making in his own right, Jay DeMarcus, of Rascal Flatts the album hits all the right notes. And from beginning to end, the relentless mercy, grace and redemption of God takes center stage in a non-assuming way, approachable way that let’s the music speak for itself, while showcasing one of the most powerful voices the industry has ever known reminding us all why Michael English is decidedly, as Jay describes it, among the elite singers of the world.
“I get inspired by great singers,” says Jay. “When you get in the room with world class singers like Michael, it’s a privilege and blessing.”