8 Songs, 57 Minutes


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4.6 out of 5

41 Ratings
41 Ratings

I think one of the best albums i've ever heard

T.N.T. Evangelist

This Record from Jason Upton is one of the best albums their is today because it helps you come into that place of humbling yourself like a child and letting the lord fill you with his presence and love. Letting you know you have to depend on the Lord as a little child depends on their father. This Cd has touched my life in so many ways and i listen to it every single day it's always been a blessing to me. So has Jason Upton's Ministries and the work the lord is doing through them. So i challenge you to buy this cd and watch how it can transform your perception ad how you see the lord.


Smiles to go

Jason's music is dripping with the presence of God. It saturates my house with annointing. This record has left me ministered to and uplifted by the precious worship. You can't afford to miss it! His heart comes across worshipping the Lord, not just entertaining. Far from a performance, it is what you need to relax and enter the throne room.



The best part of this album is when jason sings the song he and his song wrote its so amazing!!!

About Jason Upton

A Wisconsin-based pastor who also pursues a career as a praise & worship recording artist, Jason Upton released his first recordings early in the 2000s but gained popularity over the course of the 2010s.

Born December 15, 1973 in Minneapolis, Upton was raised in a Christian family. At the age of 15, he began ministering and he started traveling through the United States preaching. He released his debut, Key of David, in 2000 as part of his Key of David Ministries. A second album, Faith, recorded live appeared in 2001. In 2002, he released the studio albums Jacob's Dreams and Dying Star, which were followed by Remember in 2003. Beautiful People appeared in 2007 and 1200 Ft. Below Sea Level arrived in 2008. He teamed with the Goodland Band for 2009's On the Rim of the Visible World; they also appeared on 2010's Family Music. Next up were three live albums: 2010's Live from Dublin: Songs, Stories and a Train, 2012's Glimpse, and 2013's Sunday Morning, Live in Winston Salem.

Upton launched his A Table Full of Strangers project in 2015, releasing the first volume that year. A second installment, A Table Full of Strangers, Vol. 2, arrived in 2018. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine



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