Red street Records’ contemporary Christian artist Cade Thompson has released his highly anticipated debut album Bigger Story, available now across all streaming platforms HERE.
Stemming off the success of his radio singles “Provider,” “Every Step of the Way” and the current single “Source of Life”, Red Street Records’ breakout artist Cade Thompson has announced the release of his first full length album Bigger Story available starting September 10, 2021.
Awakening Events announces the Step Into The Light Tour. Headlined by Christian music veterans Newboys with special guests Mandisa, We Are Messengers, Cade Thompson and Adam Agee, the 17-city trek will begin this October in Mississippi, with stops planned in the Carolinas, Pennsylvania, Maryland and more, before wrapping November 20 in Longview, Texas.
Christian music newcomer, Cade Thompson, is following up his hit single, “Every Step of the Way”, with a new version of the track, offering fans a retro listening experience with the “Every Step of the Way (Kings84 Retro Remix)”.
Love is in the air and Red Street Records’ Cade Thompson has penned a honest and tender-hearted love song titled “Dear Future Wife” available across all digital platforms now.
This week’s featured song story comes to us from Cade Thompson. We’re excited to share with you the story behind his song “Every Step Of The Way.”
This week’s featured song story comes to us from Cade Thompson. We’re excited to share with you the story behind his song “Provider.”
“Provider,” the inspiring and encouraging debut single from Cade Thompson, is available now. The song, Thompson’s debut release on Red Street Records – the label founded by Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus – was produced by Bryan Fowler (Chris Tomlin, TobyMac, Zach Williams, Mandisa) and penned by Thompson and Carter, along with Ross King and
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