Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Collin Raye Releases Inspirational Album Through It All, His Love Remains

After five Platinum Albums, fifteen #1 hits and twenty-four top 10's, Collin Raye is switching gears and releasing an album of traditional Christian hyms and ballads today on an album called Through It All, His Love Remains.

Nashville Christian recording artist Marie Bellet said – "Collin Raye has a beautiful voice of pure sincerity that reaches straight to heaven". The album introduces two original new songs by Collin including a remake of his top ten hit "Love Remains" and some of the most loved Christian songs of all time.

Says Collin, "The past two years of my life have been a very trying time for me and my family! I feel that this newest CD is a testament to my faith in God! I hope you enjoy listening to it as much I enjoyed recording it."

The trying time Raye refers to is the long battle that his granddaughter Haley went through with a neurological condition that finally took her life just over a year ago. Collin stepped away from the music business to be with with daughter and granddaughter. "My kids need me. They just need Poppy around," he said at the time.

Collin Raye has also agreed to become the national spokesman for Terri Schiavo’s Life & Hope Network, the foundation Terri’s family established to help disabled people like her obtain lifesaving medical care.

 Track Listing:
1.Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing (with Andrea Thomas)
2. Give Me Jesus
3. How Great Thou Art
4. Ave Maria
5. How Beautiful (duet with Andrea Thomas)
6. Undefeated
7. Here I Am, Lord
8. I Get What I Need
9. O Lord, I Am Not Worthy (duet with Marie Bellet)
10.Were You There?
11. I Am The Bread of Life
12. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent
13. Love Remains
14. Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee
15. Amazing Grace


  1. I'm disappointed to read that one of my favorite music artists has bought into the Schindler family's propaganda campaign.

    Family is an involuntary inheritance; marriage is a choice. Given the two options, it seems supremely logical (and is enshrined in law) that, in the absence of written instructions, the spouse is invested with the responsibility of relaying the wishes of an impaired individual, as they best understand them.

    Thus, Michael Schiavo was legally and ethically correct in his actions, and the autopsy results eventually proved he was scientifically correct as well.

  2. I am very excited to read of this! I anticipate wonderful recordings and look forward to hearing a favorite voice combined with faith-filled songs.