After living and writing for 4 years in Switzerland, worship leader and Dove Award nominated songwriter, Audrey Woodhams, returns to the USA with a new album, A Thousand Different Colors...songs about hope, healing, and seeing God in new ways.
released October 14, 2012
All songs written by Audrey Hatcher Woodhams except "Not My Father" co-written with Dwight Liles, and "Wherever You Are" co-written with Don Poythress. Matt Bossard's revelation was the inspiration for "A Thousand Different Colors."
Produced by Stephen Leiweke (www.stephenleiweke.com
Recorded & Mixed by Stephen Leiweke at Yackland Studio
Mastered by Alex McCollough at YesMaster, Nashville, TN
Lead & BGV's: Audrey Woodhams
Drums & Percussion: Ken Lewis
Bass & Ukulele Bass: Chris Donohue
Acoustic, Ukulele & Electric Guitars: Stephen Leiweke
Keyboards, Piano, & Programming: Matt Stanfield
Strings Arrangements: Eleonore Denig
Violin: Eleonore Denig
Cello: Lindsey Smith-Trostle
French Horn: Jordan Brooke Hamilin
Additional Keyboards & Percussion: Stephen Leiweke
Group Vocals: Chris Cooke, Jennifer Shaver, Ashley Wright, Adam Moritz, Doug Woodhams, & Audrey Woodhams.
"The World Has So Much Beauty" Jennifer Shaver
"You Will Comfort Me" Jennifer Shaver & Ashley Wright
"Not My Father" Adam Moritz
Cover art & package design: Jimmy Abegg (www.jimmyabegg.com
Photography: Leon Seierlein (www.leonseierlein.com
Fashion design: Christine O'Kennedy Landsberg (www.christineokennedy.blogspot.com
Hair: Florian for Kuhn Intercoiffure, Zurich
Makeup: Simone Schäfer
Audrey's sincerest thanks to:
My family…Doug, Abe, and Ella Grace; ICF Church in Zurich, The Living Room, and all our friends in the beautiful country of Switzerland; Stephen and all the players & co-writers; Yvonne Rüegg, Joe & Theresa Mazza, Angela Lowell, Ginger Ludlow, and the Kickstarter backers; the Woodhams and Hatcher families; every supporter, friend, and fan; every church staff and congregation; the listener; and my loving God, my Jesus…this is an extraordinary journey with you all. I am so grateful…together we all are A Thousand Different Colors.