Stu G Collaborates On Albums For Tim Hughes And Graham Kendrick
Last modified: 03 Aug 2006
The musical skills of Delirious? band members are again very much in demand with the latest collaborations seeing Stu G co-writing a song with Graham Kendrick for his new album, and also playing guitar on the new Tim Hughes album. Graham has been one of the most influential worship leaders of the past few decades, with more than 65 songs in the CCLI top 500, whilst Tim Hughes is fast becoming the pretender to that title.
Graham Kendrick's forthcoming album, as yet untitled, will be released on 11th November as a follow up to his 2003 album 'Do Something Beautiful' and 2001 album 'What Grace', which included a duet with Martin Smith on the song 'Lord You've Been Good To Me'. Graham's new album includes a song he co-wrote with Stu G and has been produced by Julian Kindred who produced the Delirious? album 'World Service'. In July Stu went into the studio with Tim Hughes to play electic guitar on several songs destined for Tim's latest album, which is being engineered by Sam Gibson who produced the Delirious? album 'The Mission Bell.
Last year Stu G co-wrote a song called 'Hosanna' with Hillsong Worship Pastor Peter Wilson for the Hillsong London 'Jesus Is' album (released May 2006). Earlier this year Martin co-wrote a song called 'Grace' with Michael W Smith for his new album 'Stand' due out later this year. That follows their successful collaboration on the number one single 'Healing Rain' that was one of three songs Martin and Michael W Smith co-wrote for his 2004 album.