Hope Rising

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All Music Guide - Jared Johnson
Steve Fee and crew continue to build momentum on their second worship project, without yet breaking through to full stardom. Their arena-style worship rock is more than just another Passion-influenced product; it is the best parts of Revive, Bluetree, SONICFLOOd, Jeremy Camp, and Kings of Leon. The band has refined its musicality, adding intricate details under the production of Jason Hoard. The album title, Hope Rising, like many of the songs, is transparent in its meaning. The band makes no question about its desire to be a positive influence. And they hit at their best in moments like the pensive "Arms That Hold the Universe," which was written as a tribute to the ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jared Johnson
Steve Fee and crew continue to build momentum on their second worship project, without yet breaking through to full stardom. Their arena-style worship rock is more than just another Passion-influenced product; it is the best parts of Revive, Bluetree, SONICFLOOd, Jeremy Camp, and Kings of Leon. The band has refined its musicality, adding intricate details under the production of Jason Hoard. The album title, Hope Rising, like many of the songs, is transparent in its meaning. The band makes no question about its desire to be a positive influence. And they hit at their best in moments like the pensive "Arms That Hold the Universe," which was written as a tribute to the congregation in Maryville, IL, following a deadly church shooting in March 2009. Throughout the disc, the band's songcraft seems to be on point; the only thing that keeps this album from being even more memorable is the lack of a distinct lyrical depth. With that said, Hope Rising is a thoroughly enjoyable worship experience, as is to be expected from Fee's seasoned namesake.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/6/2009
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 000768466728
  • Catalog Number: 684667
  • Sales rank: 95,614

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Fee Primary Artist
Jeff Chandler Background Vocals
John Raymond Vocals
Chris Carmichael Strings
Steve Fee Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Group Member
Hector Cervantes Vocals
Chris Huffman Vocals
Brandon Coker Drums, Vocals, Group Member
Jason Hoard Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Matthew Adkins Electric Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Scott Brickell Tambourine
Brandon Conn Vocals
Noah Culver Vocals
Greatly To Be Praised Childrens Choir Vocals
Madeline Hancock Vocals, Children's Chorus
Kalliope Hilliard Vocals, Children's Chorus
Riley Hubatka Vocals, Children's Chorus
Stephen Pendleton Vocals
Samantha Shea Vocals, Children's Chorus
Kate Welch Vocals, Children's Chorus
Heath Balltzglier Bass Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Matt Adkins Electric Guitar
Jeff Chandler Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Eddie Kirkland Composer
Emily Lazar Mastering
Christy Nockels Contributor
Steve Fee Composer, Producer
Jason Hoard Programming, Producer
Matthew Adkins Composer
Ben McCraw Artwork
Heath Balltzglier Composer
Matt Adkins Composer
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