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Watermark, composed of husband and wife duo Nathan and Christy Nockels, released their sophomore project, All Things New, in 2000. Due to the outburst in praise and worship albums in the Christian music market beginning in 1998, All Things New could not have been released at a more perfect time. Issued by Rocketown Records, the album is acoustic praise and worship blended with CCM. The ten tracks, penned by the duo, offer upbeat guitar rhythms and gentler, more intimate guitar melodies. Songs range from the project's first radio single, "More Than You'll Ever Know," a song celebrating the joys of friendship, to "Glory Baby," which deals with the pain of a miscarriage and God's comfort in grief. Overall, All Things New is an uplifting, upbeat, and inspiring release, both musically and lyrically.

Biography

Formed: 1997

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

CCM duo Watermark comprised the husband-and-wife duo of Nathan and Christy Nockles; originally dubbed Watershed, they built a strong cult following in their native Houston before earning national recognition in 1998 opening for Point of Grace. Upon renaming themselves Watermark and signing to Rocketown, the duo issued their self-titled debut in the fall of 1998; the LP was reissued early the following year on Epic. The acoustic-based All Things New arrived in mid-2000. Watermark spent the next two...
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