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All Sons & Daughters Worship Duo Pitches in for Tornado Victims

By Justin Sarachik , Christian Post Reporter
May 23, 2013|1:57 pm

Integrity Music's worship duo, All Sons & Daughters, are jumping to action and donating all proceeds from their new EP, Songs For Oklahoma, to the Convoy of Hope for victims of the tornado.

The album will be available on Noisetrade.com and will feature songs "Give Me Jesus," "Reason To Sing" and "Your Glory – Nothing But The Blood."

"Please consider donating for the EP, and please continue praying for those devastated by this terrible storm," said All Sons & Daughters members Leslie Jordan and David Leonard in a press release. "For more information and to make tax-deductible donations to Convoy of Hope, please directly visit www.convoyofhope.org."

The group also partnered with feed0ne campaign to help raise money and awareness for impoverished people all over the world.

Last month's explosion in Texas also saw the duo team up with Robbie Seay, Derek Webb, Shaun Groves and others on a Noisetrade.com charity album to send money to the Baylor University West Relief Fund.

In addition to the charity work, All Sons & Daughters' first live, full-length CD/DVD recording LIVE launched last month on April 23 on Integrity Music, with the DVD to no. 1 on the iTunes Top Concert Films Movie Sales chart. LIVE was recorded in the chapel at Oceanway Studios in Nashville and features the duo playing songs, such as "All The Poor and Powerless" and "Reason to Sing," along with new songs.

"Whether you're an All Sons and Daughters fan from the beginning, or someone who is just now hearing about them, this album will not disappoint. Raw. Vulnerable. Worshipful. Powerful ... I dare you to listen to this album and not feel some emotions rising up in you. If you don't, I recommend checking your pulse," said AllAboutWorship.com.

The DVD/CD is available now on iTunes.

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