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Dr. Bobby Jones and Humilitee Hosts Listening Party for International Gospel Artist Hope Askew

Askew Also Set To Perform Live on Cornerstone Network’s ‘Real Life’ June 8th


May 26, 2015 (Springdale, Ark.) – International gospel performer Hope Askew will be featured during an exclusive online listening party hosted by the legendary Dr. Bobby Jones and Humilitee. During the show at, Jones and Humilitee will highlight Askew’s new single, “All the Glory,” and the All The Glory Movement. The listening party is one of a number of upcoming media highlights for Askew, who also is set to perform on live television on June 8th on Cornerstone Network’s “Real Life.”

The media tour is promoting Askew’s latest single, “All The Glory.”

“’All The Glory’ is Hope’s best work and a welcomed new sound,” said Humilitee, who is a marketing strategist as well as a media personality.

Askew’s new worship anthem is the anchor of #AllTheGloryMovement, 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,” which currently is being played at more than 140 INSP/Soft AC, AC, Praise & Worship and Gospel-formatted radio stations, charted at No. 1 on its first week out on Christian Radio for overall radio station adds and is currently at No. 1 on the Christian Radio Urban Chart. Additionally, the anthem made MPE’s top 20 countdown for the most downloaded songs of the week.

“The success of ‘All the Glory’ is mind blowing,” Askew said. “I am certain that the online listening party with Dr. Jones and Humilitee will keep the momentum going, followed in just a couple of weeks by my appearance on Cornerstone Network. Of course, I give ‘all the glory’ to God.”

This KingdomGate Music Group artist is set to perform the new single on “Real Life,” as well as her Top 50 Billboard song “You’re the One” and “Release Me.” The live show will air June 8th at 9 a.m, while a second taped show will air June 15th at 9 a.m. EST, with repeats at 8 p.m. EST and 1 a.m. EST, reaches more than 5.8 million U.S homes and can be watched online at

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 won Gospel song of the year and has been nominated for numerous awards. They include Female Gospel Artist of the Year, Best Gospel Artist of 2012 and a 2015 Ms. Go-Getter Award for Music and Entertainment..

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

The online listening session is May 28th at 7pm at
Listeners may also Call in at 818-572-4907 to listen or participate.

Radio Contact:
Jeff McLaughlin
A-Sides Radio Promotion
p: 615-530-3654


Upbeat Worship Song “Alive” Playing at Christian Radio


May 19, 2015 (Nashville, Tenn.) – Popular CCM band The Katinas releases “Alive,” the second single from the group’s current CD, Sunday Set, to AC and CHR-formatted Christian radio stations today. The Dove-award winning five-man band adds its unique vocals to the new arrangement of this popular worship song, written by Aodhan King and Alexander Pappas.

“We have been fans of this song from Hillsong Young and Free since its release in 2013,” says James Katina. “Our prayer is that the Katinas’ version will continue the song’s tradition of blessing those who hear it.”

The band has been touring heavily since the release of Sunday Set. The Katinas Alaska Tour kicks off June 3, with future dates in Washington, New York, New Jersey, California and Colorado. For a complete tour schedule, visit

The release of “Alive” follows the debut single, “10,000 Reasons,” which played on more than 200 radio outlets and hit No. 1 on CRC Weekly ( and No. 1 on CRC Monthly.

A video for “10,000 Reasons” is available at YouTube at

Sunday Set, featuring signature arrangements of 10 popular worship songs, is available at iTunes (digital) and (physical CDs). Todd Collins, who was one the producers for the first three albums released by the Katinas on Gotee Records, produced Sunday Set, with Steve Lotz mixing the record.

For more information about The Katinas, visit

Radio Contact: 
Jeff McLaughlin
A-Sides Radio Promotion
p: 615-530-3654


Single Is Title Track Off New CD By Daughter of CCM Veteran Crystal Lewis


May 7, 2015 (Springdale, Ark.) – Izzi Ray, daughter of Christian music veteran Crystal Lewis, is releasing a new single, “Make Much Of You,” to Christian radio today. The song, the title track and the second single from her sophomore album that was released last October, will be serviced to Christian CHR and AC-formatted stations by A-Sides Radio Promotion. Ray also released a live video of her performing the single. The video can be viewed at

“Obviously, I love this song,” Ray says. “After all, I did name my CD after it! The song says what’s in my heart and, really, what is at the core of my entire ministry. I want everything I do to make as much difference as it can for Jesus and for the Kingdom of God. I’m excited that the song is being released at radio.”

“Make Much of You” follows the first single release, “Heaven Is Your Throne,” which Ray wrote with her producer, Blaine Stark. “Heaven Is Your Throne” played on 132 radio outlets and charted at No. 1 on CRC ( Weekly and No. 2 on CRC Monthly. Ray and Stark also co-wrote “Make Much Of You.”

Ray, a native of California was born into the music-industry family of Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning artist Crystal Lewis and music producer/record label executive Brian Ray. Growing up in a family where life frequently took place on the road, Izzi Ray became acquainted with music and touring at an early age and began playing guitar and writing songs at 11.

Her journey of faith also began at an early age, having met God personally at the age of 5. “I want to be a voice in my generation that stirs revival,” Ray says.

For more information about Ray, visit, like on Facebook at and follow on Twitter (@izziray) and Instagram (izziray).

Radio Contact:
Jeff McLaughlin
A-Sides Radio Promotion
p: 615-530-3654

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