Breakout Contemporary Christian/Country group ​We The Kingdom​(​Ed Cash, Scott Cash, Franni Rae Cash, Martin Cash and Andrew Bergthold)​released their ​Live Acoustic Sessions EP today, Friday, March hth. e EP features 4 tracks recorded at ​the Boiler Room At Neuhoff Site in Nashville, Tennessee. The band, which includes award-winning producer and songwriter Ed Cash, is also a multigenerational family of musicians with a shared vision.​​Ed ​Cash has steered hit ​records for Chris Tomlin, Crowder, NeedToBreathe, and Bethel Music, and he has penned globally recognized songs, like “How Great Is Our God”, “Amen (Because He Lives)” and “All My Hope,” among others.

Each acoustic recording captures ​their artistic identity. Comprised of vulnerable lyrics blended with elements of worship, country, rock and soul, the EP highlights the heart and grit of We The Kingdom and the four decades of musical expertise they bring to the table. The ​Live Acoustic Sessions EP​includes powerful, stripped down versions of their rapidly growing music, including the hugely popular ​”Holy Water” ​which can be heard spinning on Spotify’s official playlists, including ​Top Christian, New & Bold, Christian Hits, and more. The track debuted at No. 29 on Spotify’s US Viral 50, while also currently in its third consecutive week at No. 1 on the ​BillboardChristian AC Chart. Featured on “YouTube Artists On The Rise,” the group has amassed more than 38M global streams in six short months.

The group is currently providing direct support to Grammy-Award winning artist, Zach Williams, on the nationwide “Rescue Story Tour” and will release anticipated new music throughout 2020.

Stream ​Live Acoustic Sessionshere.

Keep up with We The Kingdom on ​Facebook​, ​Instagram​and ​Twitter​, and their official ​website​.

We The Kingdom On Tour

March 6

Lakeland, FL ​(Sold Out)

April 10

Birmingham, AL

March 7

Oviedo, FL ​(Sold Out)

April 11

Bowling Green, KY

March 8

Sarasota, FL ​(Sold Out)

April 16

Loveland, CO ​(Sold Out)

March 12

Amarillo, TX

April 17

Albuquerque, NM

March 13

Euless, TX ​(Sold Out)

April 19

Oceanside, CA ​(Sold Out)

March 14

La Marque, TX

April 21

Yorba Linda, CA

March 15

San Antonio, TX

April 23

Highland, CA

March 19

Grove City, OH

April 24

Visalia, CA

March 20

Green Bay, WI ​(Sold Out)

April 25

Modesto, CA ​(Sold Out)

March 21

Milwaukee, WI

April 26

San Francisco, CA

March 22

Fort Wayne, IN

April 28

Sacramento, CA

March 26

Madison, MS

April 30

Gresham, OR

March 27

Woodstock, GA

May 2

Coos Bay, OR

March 28

Johnson City, TN

May 4

Billings, MT ​(Sold Out)

March 29

Meridian, MS

May 5

Casper WY

April 2

Aiken, SC ​(Sold Out)

May 7

Saint Peters, MO ​(Sold Out)

April 3

Durham, NC ​(Sold Out)

May 8

Memphis, TN

April 4

Taylors, SC ​(Sold Out)

May 9

Chattanooga, TN

April 9

Dothan, AL

June 27

Phoenix, AZ

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