Till the Sunrise

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Till The Sunrise
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 28, 2012
RecordedNashville, TN
Genre CCM, alternative CCM
Label Black Shoe Records
Producer Michael Omartian
Matt Brouwer chronology
A Merry Little Christmas
Till The Sunrise
Writing to Remember
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Till The Sunrise is the fourth studio album by Canadian Singer/Songwriter Matt Brouwer. The album was released on February 28, 2012. It was well received with many positive and glowing reviews. The album was nominated for 4 GMA Canada Covenant Awards including Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year in 2012 and song of the year nods (2012-2014). Till the Sunrise was also nominated in 2013 for Gospel Recording of the Year by the East Coast Music Awards, Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year by the Independent Music Awards and Inspirational Album of the year by Music Nova Scotia Awards. [4] The song Ocean from the album won a GMA Canada Covenant Award for Inspirational Song of the Year.


Track listing

1."Till The Sunrise"4:10Matt Brouwer
2."Tonight"4:16Matt Brouwer
3."Thornside"3:22Matt Brouwer, Jeff Somers
4."Ocean"4:00Matt Brouwer
5."Everlasting"3:50Matt Brouwer
6."One For Another"3.51Matt Brouwer, Jill Paquette DeZwaan
7."One In A Million"2:57Matt Brouwer, Jill Paquette DeZwaan
8."Someone Else's Arms"3:28Matt Brouwer, Jeff Somers
9."Wish You Were Here"4:45Matt Brouwer
10."Love Can Find A Way" with JJ Heller 4:01Matt Brouwer, David Heller, JJ Heller
11."Outside Inside"4:12Matt Brouwer, Jeffrey Armstreet


2012 Covenant Award - Inspirational song of the year"Ocean" [5]

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