To Love A Fool, the highly anticipated full-length sophomore set from GRAMMY®-nominated Bethel Music singer/songwriter Cory Asbury, is slated for release July 31.
Cory Asbury is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|2020||Cory Asbury||To Love a Fool||Songwriter, Vocals|
|Award Organization||Year||Award Name||Album||Song|
|GMA Dove||2018||Song of the Year||Reckless Love|
|GMA Dove||2018||Worship Song of the Year||Reckless Love|
|GMA Dove||2018||Worship Album of the Year||Reckless Love|
|KLOVE Fan||2018||Worship Song of the Year||Reckless Love|
|KLOVE Fan||2018||Breakout Single||Reckless Love|
|We Love Christian Music||2018||Worship Song of the Year||Reckless Love|
Cory Hunter Asbury is an American Christian musician, worship pastor and songwriter. He is a worship pastor at Radiant Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and is a member of the Bethel Music collective.
Starting as an intern with the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Missouri, in 2005, Asbury's career as a musician grew as he collaborated with Matt Gilman leading to the release of Holy in 2008, followed by his first solo album, Let Me See Your Eyes, in 2009 by Forerunner Music, and numerous appearances on IHOPKC albums, with songs such as "Where I Belong", "Shekinah", "All Is for Your Glory" and "Holy Ghost Party". In June 2012, Asbury moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to join New Life Church where he began as an associate worship pastor, becoming a member of its ensembles, New Life Worship and Desperation Band.
After signing with Bethel Music in 2015, Asbury made his first appearance with the Collective on Have It All (2016). He became more known with the release of "Reckless Love" in late 2017, a hit single that preceded his breakthrough second full-length album, also titled Reckless Love, in early 2018 which was a commercially successful release, having charted in the United States and internationally. "Reckless Love" was nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song in the 2019 Grammy Awards.
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