Madison Line Records Unveils Radio Singles Feb06

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Madison Line Records Unveils Radio Singles

Emerging music label Madison Line Records released a pair of new tracks to radio last week, including “Things Will Get Better” by Antonio Neal and the radio edit of “Love and Justice” by Visible Worship. Both tunes went for adds on January 30.

an1“Things Will Get Better” is a radio-friendly, airplay-ready bundle of encouragement from multiple Dove Award winner Antonio Neal. Light and airy acoustic piano merges seamlessly with whimsical synth and gently thudding toms to underscore Neal’s gentle, yet oh so compelling vocals. “It’s up to you, no matter what you face, lift your hands and say, ‘Things will get better!” he sings – and somehow, you really believe they will. “Things Will Get Better” is from Neal’s latest EP, Welcome Home, which released in October 2014.

Visible Worship, a worship band comprised of outstanding students from Visible Music College, also impacts Christian radio with the release of the radio edit of “Love and Justice.” The acoustic guitar-driven, confessional worship aria from the band’s self-titled, 5-song EP quickly became a fan favorite, prompting the release of a version edited specifically for radio. The band spent the summer of 2014 leading worship at various camps and churches in the U.S., supporting the project which released in May of that year, and promptly shot onto the Top 5 on the iTunes Christian music chart.

Welcome Home and Visible Worship from Visible Worship are available now at all major digital music retailers, and from Madison Line Records’ online store, madison-line-records.myshopify.com.

About Visible Music College and Madison Line Records:

Visible Music College, a Music and Worship Arts College located in Memphis, Tenn., was founded by Ken Steorts, a founding member of the Christian rock band Skillet. The college’s mission is to train and equip musicians, technicians, and business professionals in skill and character for effective service in the music industry and in the Church. Visible Music College offers four-year Bachelor degrees in the following areas: Music Production Ministry, Modern Music Ministry, and Music Business.

Madison Line Records is a nonprofit label owned and operated by Visible Music College. Among the label’s recent releases are the Welcome Home EP from Grammy nominee Antonio Neal; the self-titled debut from Visible Worship, which Worship Leader Magazine has named one of 2014’s Top 5 Best College Releases; and a Christmas single from Visible Music College alum Sarah Simmons, who was in the Top 8 of NBC’s The Voice (Season 4).

For more information about Visible Music College or Madison Line Records, visit visible.edu or madisonlinerecords.com.