Earlier this year, radio host Cory “Coco Brother” asked listeners, “Are you willing to take a Stand?” and it appears that the nation responded with a resounding yes. Just over a week since its release, Condrey’s album, Coco Brother Live Presents Stand 2010, debuted at #3* on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums Charts. Not only that but according to Billboard Magazine, the CD earned the Hot Shot Debut distinction, which is awarded to albums with the top sales during its first week.
Featuring the songs and inspirational moments from some of today’s top gospel artists such as Bebe Winans
, Israel Houghton
, James James Fortune & FIYA
, Joann Rosario Condrey, and Tye Tribbett
, Stand 2010 is Condrey’s debut into the ‘record-making’ business. As host of the nationally syndicated Coco Brother Live Show and The Spirit as well as BET’s Lift Every Voice, he has helped many artists ‘break’ new music but this project is the first time that he has been on the other end of a new release.
According to Condrey, Coco Brother Live Presents Stand 2010 is more than just a regular CD. For some time now, he has been at the helm of the Stand campaign, which encourages believers to go out and tell the unsaved about Jesus Christ. This CD represents one of the many outreach methods designed to promote the campaign including fan-created videos on YouTube and nationwide events called ‘Jesus Rallies’.
Condrey plans to keep this momentum going strong and is finalizing upcoming tour dates which will be announced soon.
About The Stand Campaign
The Stand Campaign is an evangelistic ministry founded by Cory & Joann Condrey in 2007. The purpose of Stand is to encourage the Body of Christ to become aggressive evangelists in their communities. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Stand also forms partnerships with community organizations and churches that enable believers to help their communities through charitable outreach efforts. Just recently, Stand joined forces with Hosea Feed the Hungry to collect nearly 3000 blankets for Atlanta’s homeless. The Stand Campaign does not represent a specific church or ministry. It represents the whole body of Christ. For more information about the Stand Campaign visit: http://www.thestandcampaign.com/