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Aaron Shust

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Album Review

Dove Award-winning CCM artist Aaron Shust hit the big time in 2005 with the single "My Savior My God," which dominated Christian radio well into 2006. His third full-length offering expands on the singer/songwriter's penchant for slick, faith-based modern rock, offering up a pair of infectious singles ("To God Alone" and "Come and Save Us") that should clean up in 2009 as well. Produced and co-written with longtime collaborator and genre stalwart James Ingram, Take Over is at its best when it's reaching for the nosebleed section, but there are enough subtleties here to please praise & worship fans of all sensibilities.

Biography

Born: 31 October 2011 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A contemporary Christian singer and songwriter, Aaron Shust grew up in Pennsylvania, but became a true musician in Georgia, where he studied music theory. His first album, Anything Worth Saying, was recorded in 2004, which landed him a deal with the Brash Music label soon thereafter. The album would end up becoming the fifth best-selling praise & worship record in 2006, and produced a genre radio hit with the single "My Savior My God." The song would go on to hit the top spot on a number of charts,...
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