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Christ Church Worship Leader and Contemporary Christian musician Marty Paris will appear on WATC TV's Atlanta Live show on Thursday, February 12th from 7-9PM ET. Marty, from High Shoals, North Carolina, and a worship leader at Christ Church in Lincolnton, North Carolina, will debut his new single song release "Streets
" on the show as a follow up to his single "To Be Saved" released late last year. "Streets
" will be released to the public on February 17, 2015.
Members of Marty's band for the TV appearance include:
Brooks Clary - Vocals and Guitar
Christie Clary - Vocals
Josh Partin - Keys
Parker Sipes - Vocals and Guitar
Marty Paris - Vocals and Guitar
Eli Boyes - Drums
WATC TV-57 is a Christian TV station in its 17th year. It is broadcast in nearly 2 million homes throughout the metro Atlanta area. Atlanta Live is the flagship program of WATC and is a two hour live talk show with musical performances featuring artists, musicians, authors, evangelists, ministers, etc. of local and national recognition. It is broadcast every weeknight from Norcross, Georgia.
Born in Charlotte, NC, Marty Paris was always interested in music. After spending many years in New York City he relocated to a peaceful environment in the Smoky Mountain foothills not far from his birthplace - Lincolnton, North Carolina - where he recorded the Paris Keeling project "End of Ride" with vocalist Kelly
Keeling. A few years later, Surgeland Records released "End of Ride Revisited" which included remastered songs as well as additional bonus and live tracks. In 2010, Marty recorded "Darkness and Light" with his project Permanent Reverse including collaborations with former TSO vocalist Maxx Mann and Baton Rouge
drummer Corky McClellan.
While Marty's previous projects were more secular in nature, many of his albums included inspirational, heartfelt songs. Songs such as "This Child" and "Fly Away
" from Permanent Reverse and "Tears Of Heaven" from Paris Keeling showed that Marty could delve deep into his soul, emanating emotive song renditions to his audience. Perhaps his version of the classic Gospel tune "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" was prophetic for Marty. Always a Christian, Marty became more involved in his church as a worship leader at Christ Church. He turned his songwriting fervor toward his love of God, and began writing and performing contemporary Christian music. "My faith in Christ drives every aspect of my life and it's never been better," Marty notes.
The culmination of Marty's talent and faith is his debut Contemporary Christian single "To Be Saved." Reaching deep inside and unleashing not only his passion but his love for glorifying his Savior, Marty's words are meant to inspire and comfort those who know the joy of Christ's love and those who may fear their past transgressions. Musically, Marty's brilliant band augments his words in excellent, contemporary fashion, drawing comparisons to the music of Third Day, Casting Crowns, and Newsboys. The video, produced by Apologia Productions, portrays a subtle but wonderful visual interpretation of "To Be Saved."
Official Web Site: https://www.martyparis.com
"To Be Saved" CD Baby Link: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/martyparis
iTunes Link: https://tinyurl.com/itunes-to-be-saved
To Be Saved Video Link: https://tinyurl.com/youtube-to-be-saved
Atlanta Live link: https://www.watc.tv/atlantalive/