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Today Is the Day - Single

Lincoln Brewster

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Album Review

After nearly a decade of making a name for himself singing other people's songs, virtuosic guitarist and worship leader Lincoln Brewster stepped out of his comfort zone with Today Is the Day, his fifth Integrity Music album. Brewster always knew how to write his own material, but somehow that output always took a backseat to his rollicking reading of praise standards, including high-energy takes on "Lord I Lift Your Name on High," "Shout to the Lord," and "Everlasting God." But Brewster is a glorified covers artist no more: Today Is the Day is his tour de force, his vindication after years of conforming to youth-worship stereotypes. Only one song attests to that past, a freewheeling rendition of Hillsong United's "Salvation Is Here." Everything else marks a fresh start for Brewster — an opportunity to display the breadth of his instincts. Though unwaveringly worship-centric from start to finish, Brewster stretches beyond the confines of CCM-geared praise music into the realms of rock & roll ("Let Your Glory Shine"), blues ("Arms of My Savior"), gospel-rock ("Give Him Praise"), and even John Mayer-esque alternative pop ("This Love"). Some of the approaches are more populist, like the arena rock of "God You Reign" or the radio-readiness of the title track, but these centrist moves are meant to serve as pacesetters, bringing balance to a disc that, on the whole, reveals that praise & worship need not play it safe to remain worshipful. By drawing outside the lines while preserving the vertical spirit of worship, Brewster has proven with Today Is the Day that music that points heavenward can venture outside the church walls and still be respected for what it is: good music. [The Deluxe Edition includes a bonus DVD.]

Customer Reviews

#1 Song of the Year

Awesome! I walked into Bayside in August 2006 and Lincoln Brewster was singing God's praises. I grew up Catholic and hadn't been in church since 1980. I sat and stood in church that day in amazement, trying to figure out why there was a band on stage. Needless to say, I stayed for the following service to hear Lincoln and Pastor Ray one more time! Lincoln was a big part of my acceptance of Jesus as my savior.

Awesome!

I attend the same chuch as Lincoln and his family and he is such a wonderful leader in Christ! His music is so lifting! I loved this song when we first started singing it @ church! I can't wait for the CD!

Lincoln Brewster made it to the what's hot section!!!! YES!!!!

I love his version of 'Lord, i lift your name on high'!!!! Lincoln Brewster is a great Christian artist!!! Anybody that follows Christian musicshould know of him!!!! JESUS FREAK AND PROUD!!!! (ARE YOU???)

Biography

Born: July 30, 1971 in Fairbanks, AK

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, in 1971, guitarist/singer/songwriter Lincoln Brewster was playing drums, guitar, and mandolin by the age of seven. By 12 he was fronting his own band, Lincoln & the Missing Links, with his mother Cheryl on bass and vocals. He moved to California at 15 and joined the high school jazz and marching band. By 19, through a series of connections in Los Angeles, he had the opportunity to sign a major-label record contract but found that his personal life was spinning out of...
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