The Hits Deep tour, which hits the Bon Secours Wellness Enviornment this Sunday, is just like the Tremendous Bowl of latest Christian music. Headlined by Grammy-award-winning, platinum-selling Christian MC TobyMac, the lineup additionally options Crowder, Cochren & Co., Tasha Layton, Jon Reddick and Terrian. It’s a digital who’s who of recent religious pop music.
Michael Cochren of Cochren & Co. says that for those who’re a fan of latest Christian music, the 30-date tour is to not be missed.
“In the event that they’ve by no means been to a Hits Deep present, the one factor that I believe they’re going to stroll away with is encouragement and hope,” Cochren says. “I believe they’re going to return in and so they’re going to listen to the entire music from the artists, they will hear the hearts of the artists, and I believe it’s going to provide them an opportunity to put aside the entire junk that they got here in with. They’re going to get to set that apart for a second and simply refocus on the hope of the Lord.”
That’s a tall order, however it’s straightforward to see how a tour like this might accomplish these targets. Cochren himself admits to getting caught up within the pleasure of so many like-minded artists performing collectively.
“For me, it’s simply plenty of enjoyable to be on this specific tour as a result of what you see on stage and the hype and the vitality and the enjoyment, that’s actual, and it begins offstage,” he says. “It begins with how a lot we love on one another offstage, how good of pals we’re and the way excited we’re to exit play music that we like to play for those that we like to see.”
That is an particularly thrilling time for Cochren and his band, as a result of they’re on the cusp of releasing their second album “Operating Residence” after experiencing success with their 2021 debut launch “Don’t Lose Hope.” That first launch landed three High Ten hits: “Church (Take Me Again),” “One Day,” and “Who Can.”
“Operating Residence” has already scored a profitable single of its personal with “Thank God It’s Sunday Morning,” which has racked up a formidable 10 million streams since final 12 months.
Cochren says he’s anticipating followers to listen to his band’s new music, which strikes past pop into soul, nation and anthemic rock.
“I’m chomping on the bit for everyone to listen to it,” he says. “It’s sort of like a kind of toys with the spring-loaded snake contained in the jar while you simply can’t wait to open it. That’s the place I’m at. I simply can’t wait for somebody to open the lid and we are able to simply bounce out and shock folks with the brand new sound.”
When Cochren & Co. hit the stage as a part of the “Hits Deep” tour, they’ll play a 15-minute set full of their most acquainted songs, one thing that Cochren says he hopes will carry them new followers and fulfill their present fanbase.
“The most important problem, I believe, is that we simply need to share a lot,” he says, “and we’d like to share extra. However the best way the evening flows, I believe there’s one thing particular about leaving folks wanting extra. It’s known as the ‘Hits Deep’ tour, so all of us need to play our hits. My purpose is to provide them a style of what we do after which they’ll need to come and see us after we come again to city and play a full live performance that we’re headlining.”
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TobyMac’s Hits Deep Tour
Sunday, January 29
Bon Secours Wellness Enviornment