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“Nothing short of breathtaking...”
“A spirited statement to keep soldering on”
“Raining Hallelujah is a driving message of hope”
For Folk’s Sake (UK)
“Her songs unfold with style and subtlety..."
“A voice that breathes smoke and soul…”
The Washington Post
Firewalker - Top 20 Songs of 2020 NPR
RAINING HALLELUJAH IS OUT NOW
Artwork By Harrison Hudson // Photography by Storey Anderson
Written by Shannon LaBrie and Tia Sillers
Produced by multi-Grammy award winners Brent Maher and Charles Yingling
Musicians: Shannon LaBrie (Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar), Nir Z (Drums), Joe Robinson (Electric Guitar), Ryan Madora (Bass), Fats Kaplin (Pedal Steel), Kevin Dailey (B3 Organ), Brent Maher (Tambourine)
Background Vocals: Kyshona Armstrong, Jason Eskridge & Shannon LaBrie
Video Directed by: Sarah Holbrook and Shannon LaBrie
Song written by: Tia Sillers and Shannon LaBrie
Produced by: Charles Yingling and Brent Maher
Engineered by: Charles Yingling
Recorded at: Blueroom Studio's in Nashville, TN
The secret to Shannon LaBrie’s artistry is the seemingly effortless blending of impassioned vocals with honest and insightful lyrics.
“Raining Hallelujah” is a timely song of resilience. Jonathan Frahm with For Folk Sake (UK) calls the song “a reminder that kindness and healing is just around the bend".
Written alongside Grammy award winning songwriter Tia Sillers (“I Hope You Dance, Blue on Black, There’s Your Trouble), “Raining Hallelujah” offers an optimistic long view while searching for a light at the end of the tunnel. When LaBrie sings, “Above every storm, a cloudless sky is waiting for you and me,” a choir of soulful singers echo her ambitious call.
Growing up on a farm in Nebraska, LaBrie attributes her passion for music to her Dad, who died when she was just thirteen. “He taught me my first guitar chords and when he passed away, songwriting became my way of grieving and dealing with the pain.”
On her latest album, Building, LaBrie’s undeniable voice and musicianship have been described as “nothing short of breathtaking” by American Songwriter and NPR added her heroic anthem “Firewalker” to their Top 20 of 2020.