Responding to the devastating F5 tornado that raged through Moore, Oklahoma this week causing significant loss of life and property worship duo All Sons & Daughters have launched a fundraiser EP and are donating all proceeds from their Songs for Oklahoma EP that is available now through Noisetrade.com. Featuring the songs “Give Me Jesus,” “Reason To Sing” and “Your Glory – Nothing But The Blood,” 100% of the proceeds/tips received for the EP through Noisetrade will go to Convoy of Hope, which is sending relief teams to Moore, OK.
“Please consider donating for the EP, and please continue praying for those devastated by this terrible storm,” says All Sons & Daughters members Leslie Jordan and David Leonard. “For more information and to make tax-deductible donations to Convoy of Hope, please directly visit www.convoyofhope.org.”
About All Sons & Daughters:
The story of All Sons & Daughters begins in 2010 with artist David Leonard (Jackson Waters, NEEDTOBREATHE) wanting to spend less time travelling and more of it in real relationship with his local spiritual community at Journey Church. David connected with Leslie Jordan, part of the creative staff at the church, and the two began writing songs together, including the popular “All the Poor and Powerless.”
Quickly realizing that they shared a similar style of leadership and desire to foster authentic connections in the church through a transparent form of worship, David and Leslie adopted the name All Sons & Daughters in reference to each other and the listeners who are vital to this active fellowship process. As worship leaders at Franklin’s The Journey Church, All Sons & Daughters see their music as an extension of their church. They are known for writing songs that focus squarely on Jesus while embracing the tension of the Christian walk.
In addition to LIVE and Songs for Oklahoma, the duo has recorded three EPs: Brokenness Aside, Reason to Sing and The Longing – and one album, Season One. Drawing comparisons to The Civil Wars and The Swell Season for their harmonies and organic instrumentation, the duo has been named Worship Leader Magazine’s “most enchanting sound emerging in the worship genre.” They were also recently featured on tours with Chris Tomlin and Kari Jobe.