Cheyenne Goss Releases Cover of K-Love Award Nominee Cory Asbury’s “Endless Alleluia”

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Today (May 24), Newton, IL native, Cheyenne Goss, is pleased to share her cover of Bethel Music Artist, Cory Asbury’s song, “Endless Alleluia” from Asbury’s album, Reckless Love. Asbury’s single “Reckless Love” can be heard in churches across the globe, sitting atop the Hot Christian Songs charts for 6 months straight, and dominating radio airwaves nearest you and is nominated for three K-Love Awards at the 2018 award show including Song of The Year, Worship Song of The Year, and Breakout Single.

Goss’ piano driven version of the song was recorded in Nashville, TN with her keys player, Gregory Walton. Goss’ version of the song showcases her raw, emotion-filled vocals which can also be found in her single “Done” (Which can be found, HERE) off of her EP, It Is Written. Make sure to watch to Goss’ interview after the cover to hear why she chose to cover Asbury’s “Endless Alleluia” and what she would say to Asbury if she chatted with him. Stay tuned for new music from Cheyenne Goss later this year.

Cheyenne Goss spoke on the song saying, “This is so cool. Man, I’m honestly a little overwhelmed. This is one of those songs that you can actually lean on. When I watched this video back I was a little emotional because I can see the yearning I had for our Father in that moment. Y’all I love to sing, everything, but I’ve never felt something like that. This video is really just me inviting you into how I get through my rough patches. I’m glad you’re here.

Check out Cheyenne Goss’ cover of Cory Asbury’s “Endless Alleluia,” below. 

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