New Music Preview: "Even So Come."

Written by Terry DeBoer on . Posted in Local

even so come235Originally teamed up in the former Tommee Profitt Band, Profitt and singer Brooke Griffith have a new worship collection titled "Even So Come."

Profitt (who lives in Grand Rapids) produced the new release. All the songs but one are "covers" of contemporary worship anthems.

The title track offers a version of the noted Passion song, adding close vocal harmonies undergirded by sweeping orchestral arrangements.

The pair also covers "Good, Good Father" (a Chris Tomlin tune), and a rendition of Francesca Battistelli's Grammy-winning "Holy Spirit," which shimmers with its keyboard touches while building on a crescendo of percussive sound.

Quite different from its original is the decades-old "You Are My All In All," in which Griffith's solo voice is joined by Profitt's, woven together as they lead into a grand final chorus.

Griffith is currently a student at Cedarville College in Ohio working toward her worship degree. She is a worship leader at the college chapel and sings in several worship bands. She has already recorded a solo project of original songs.

This is their first recording as a duo.

The lone Profitt-penned song on this new project is a worship ballad, "I'd Rather Have You."

The singer's efforts include a music video release schedule for each of the eight new songs on Profitt's YouTube channel ( The next song to be posted is "Here's My Heart" on May 6.

Album: "Even So Come: A Worship Album"
Artists: Tommee Profitt and Brooke Griffith
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