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After earning Gospel Music Awards and a GRAMMY®, this Georgia-based band is mining its platinum-selling catalog for The Acoustic Sessions, Vol. 1. This forthcoming collection will boast new, stripped-down recordings of four previous hits, four deep cuts, and two previously unreleased songs.

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A must own

Great renditions of loved songs. I actually prefer these to the rocked out versions.

Casting Crowns Acoustic Album

Excellent album with rich lyrics that will inspire your soul!!

Yes!

I love acoustic music, you can tell if a band has talent or not when they aren't hiding their voices behind a bunch if instruments. Casting Crowns are so talented! Wow!

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Daytona Beach, FL

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most enduring and highly decorated bands in the CCM community, Casting Crowns formed in 1999 as a student worship band in Daytona Beach, Florida. Led by singer, songwriter, and youth pastor Mark Hall, the group's initial lineup also included violinist Melodee DeVevo and a pair of guitarists, Juan DeVevo and Hector Cervantes. The musicians relocated to McDonough, Georgia in 2001 and expanded their lineup by adding bassist Chris Huffman, keyboardist Megan Garrett, and drummer Andy Williams....
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