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Worship Anthem Theme For Social Media Movement


March 17, 2015 (Springdale, Ark.) – International gospel performer Hope Askew is set to release a new single, “All The Glory,” to radio. The worship anthem is the anchor of #AllThe GloryMovement, a social media movement of sharing stories of miraculous events, healing and any instances where people are giving all the glory to God. “All The Glory” is being serviced to INSP/Soft AC, AC, Praise & Worship and Gospel-formatted radio stations by A-Sides Radio Promotion.

“I’m especially excited for the release of my new single, ‘All The Glory,’ because it’s more than a worship anthem, it’s a movement,” Askew said. “In the same way that I sing about giving all the glory to God, I am encouraging my friends, family and fans to share their own stories on various social media platforms to applaud God for the work He is doing in their lives. I pray that God will use #AllTheGloryMovement in a mighty way.”

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2012, Askew uses her personal testimony to inspire audiences throughout the world. An artist who has shared the stage with Andrae Crouch, Marvin Sapp, Fred Hammond, Donald Lawrence & TriCity Finale Tour, Martha Munizzi, and others, Askew recently returned from a European tour where she performed throughout Italy and Switzerland.

She has released three R&B singles and three full-length gospel albums. Askew’s music has charted on Billboard with the likes of Mary Mary, BeBe and CeCe Winans, The Sounds of Blackness, Jessica Reedy and others. She has graced the cover of Gospel USA, Airplay 360, Gospel Truth, Gospel Roundup and others.

Throughout her career, Askew has been nominated for numerous awards, including Ensound Female Gospel Artist of the Year, Veer Magazine’s Best Gospel Artist of 2012 and DMV Awards’ Song of the Year for “Release Me” and 2013 Female Artist of the Year.

For more information about Askew, visit Join the movement by visiting

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Texas Singer/Songwriter Sings About Trust Learned During Water-Only Fast


March 4, 2015 (Springdale, Ark.) – Singer/songwriter Jason Parten learned firsthand about trusting God with the battles often experienced in life during a 41-day fast. When Parten undertook the water-only fast to work his way through what it means to truly live out your faith and have obedience when God calls you to trust Him, the Texas native found he wasn’t fighting the battle alone; God was right there with him. Parten sings about that faith and trusting God through the battles many face with the likes of cancer, addiction, and depression on his new single, “Way Too Long Along,” which releases to Christian radio today.

“My new single is extremely personal for me,” Parten says. “One of the lines in the song says ‘Lord, if I reach out and put my hand in Yours, You’ll fight all my battles and win all my wars.’ When I went through the fast, I had to totally surrender to God and trust Him each day, many times a day. In the end, existing on water only for 41 days was a life-changing event for me and I learned I didn’t have to endure it, or anything, by myself because God is always by my side.”

“Way Too Long Alone” is the second single from Parten’s debut CD, 41 Days. The first single, “I Can Change,” currently is airing on more than 100 radio outlets.

Recording and releasing 41 Days completes a lifelong dream for Parten, who wrote all ten of the songs on the project.

“I sincerely hope,” Parten says, “these songs speak love into the listeners’ lives.”

Like Parten on Facebook at and follow on Twitter and Instagram (@jasonparten).

Radio Contact:
Jeff McLaughlin
A-Sides Radio Promotion
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