Chris Tomlin Makes His Debut Appearance on the Today Show on August 25

GRAMMY award winning Christian music artist Chris Tomlin will make his debut appearance on the Today Show on August 25 as he performs “Thank You Lord” with Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line. Together the artists wrote the song for Chris’ #1 debuting album Chris Tomlin & Friends.

“‘Thank You Lord’ is the perfect smash up of the country and Christian genres and I am so grateful for the opportunity to share it on The Late Late Show with James Corden and the Today Show,” said Chris. “For me this album is a step towards breaking down the walls of the Christian genre and allowing the music to be accessible to a wider audience. Music about faith, God, salvation and forgiveness doesn’t only have to come from the Christian genre. I have always said the album, Chris Tomlin & Friends, is more than a features record, it is a true collaboration, and these performances are a reflection of not only the shared vision but also the deep friendships with Thomas, BK, and Tyler.”

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