11 Songs, 1 Hour 51 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
35 Ratings
35 Ratings

Open Up The Earth

Incredible! This album opens up the windows of God's glory to shine upon us. The music is just amazing. The first time I heard this music I thought this was very different, and it is, the music is prophetic. This is life-changing music.



I have been struggling with bad anxiety to the point of insomnia. I feel sometimes like I just can't take it anymore, but Jason Upton's worship has been like finding an Oasis in a Dry and Barren dessert. It pierces you to the point of Change. The thickness of His presence is so amazing in this particular album that you literally get captivated from moment you press the 'play' button. If you are on a search for peace that passes all understanding, I just want you to know that I found it in this album. God becomes real.


No Words

This is the most anointed album I've ever listened to in my entire life. Just put it in and hit play... this album flows from top to bottom - uninterrupted worship.

Simply put... This album has just about saved my spiritual life.

I have no more words.

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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