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Danny Norman Releases "Reasons" Video Produced by Catacomb Music

Danny Norman Releases "Reasons" Video Inspired by Real-Life Events

{EHA-Nashville, TN} Christian Country songwriter and recording artist, Danny Norman, of Carbondale, IL, releases "Reasons" this week through Spin-N-Motion. The complimentary video, produced by Scott Lucas of Catacomb Music in Nashville, TN, can be found on youtube at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhW4qlt7UJc.

"This video was an incredible experience. It is one thing to direct such an emotional video, but to also act in it..too much for words", says Scott Lucas. "I believe that this video is going to touch so many lives & look forward to hearing the stories that come in from people after they have viewed the ‘Reason’s’ music video."

"Reasons," was inspired by an incident that took place with a friend who is also a pastor during one of his concerts. As Danny was ministering in song to his friend’s congregation and souls were being stirred, everyone began to feel the spirit of revival. As Danny began to encourage his friend, he realized the message was going to the pastor and not the congregation and that God was preparing his friend for something in the near future. Shortly after his experience, Danny turned on his computer to find that some of his friend’s immediate family had been killed in an auto accident. That afternoon Danny was found by his wife weeping in his study and writing "Reasons." Inspired by real-life events, the song has been touching people everywhere.

To contact Danny visit:
http://www.dannynorman.net or

Danny Norman
143 Ashwood Ln
Carbondale,IL 62901
(618)549-3219

email:jubilee60@msn.com

Scott Lucas,  Catacomb Music 615-628-7173

 

Evie Hawkins, EHA-Nashville, 615-545-1241

Danny Norman is represented by radio with: Spin-in Motion (Tony & Kim Hudgins)

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