Jim Brady, formerly with the Booth Brothers, his wife Melissa and the multi-talented singer/musician Tim Parton begin "A New Chapter" with this project.
God Of What's To Come
You Can Depend On Jesus
The Greatest Of All Miracles
Steppin' Out In Faith
On My Way Home
Good Lord Willing
The Love Of God
When He Saved Me
If It Had Not Been
The Half That's Never Been Told
That Sounds Like Home To Me
Release Date: January 30, 2015.
JIM BRADY TRIO - A New Chapter
In the summer of 2014, Jim and Melissa Brady felt the time was right to answer a new call and to
embark upon a brand new ministry. Thus came the announcement that Jim would be leaving The Booth
Brothers to join his wife in forming The Jim Brady Trio. With the complete support of longtime friends
Ronnie and Michael Booth, Jim and Melissa began the search for just the right ministry partner. They
found him in the form of multi-talented singer/musician Tim Parton. The trio has completed their first
recording, a twelve song project appropriately titled "A New Chapter."
The twelve songs on this album hold a special meaning to the trio. The group says, "'Steppin Out In
Faith' is our testimony as we step out into the unknown. 'God Of What's To Come' is our anthem of
trust and praise to God for all He's done to bring about this adventure. The CD is filled with new tunes,
as well as some old favorites, and we're thrilled to have had Lari Goss arrange a beautiful version of
'The Love Of God' for this project." Jim Brady added, "We were so blessed to work with the late Lari
Goss on our first project as the Jim Brady Trio."
Tim Parton and Jim Brady co-produced the 12-song project, and Jim Brady wrote or co-wrote six of
those songs, two of which were composed along with Melissa Brady. Melissa also penned a song with
Sue C. Smith, just one of the notable songwriters on the project along with Eddie Crook, Phil Cross,
Rodney Griffin, Squire Parsons, Randy Phillips, Barry Weeks, Aaron Wilburn and Tony Wood. Join
the Jim Brady Trio on this inaugural recording as they begin "A New Chapter."