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It seems as if almost every year, Jonathan McReynolds releases something new. Before Make Room, there was the Sessions EP. Before that, there was Life Music: Stage Two, and so on.
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This time around, he asked fans to “make more room” because on Sept. 7, 2018, he’ll be rereleasing his Make Room project as a deluxe album with two new tracks: “Try” and “God Is Good.”
If you got a chance to attend McReynolds’ live album recording in his Chicago hometown, you got to hear the songs back in 2017. To our surprise, he says these two additional songs are he and his eOne Nashville label head Gina Miller’s favorites.
Which song from Make Room song is your favorite? Comment below!
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