Music Review- Zach Williams: Old Church Choir

Zach Williams was inspired when he wrote the song Chainbreaker. It is an incredible message about Jesus Christ and the freedom he can give you. His newest song Old Church Choir is definitely nostalgic. It’s a perfect way to start day three of music week!

Zach pays amazing tribute to the sound of gospel. Though it is definitely more of a rock and roll version, he does an excellent job of bringing a song to head bob and tap your foot too. It is all about the joy and love of Christ. The music video features him singing with a choir as back-up at an old church while others listen on the radio and their music apps.

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