Black River Christian Signs Wildfire Worship Collective

Nashville, TN (August 12, 2020)
Black River Christian announces the signing of Wildfire Worship Collective to their roster, which is comprised of founding members Michael Boggs, Hannah Kerr, and Brooke Voland.

In early 2020, the artists decided to join forces in the creation of Wildfire Worship Collective in addition to their solo careers. Their debut song, “The Light (My Refuge),” written by Boggs and produced by Cody Fry, is available now on all streaming platforms.

I’m so pumped to be a part of the signing of Wildfire Worship Collective,” shares Black River president and CEO Gordon Kerr. “With Michael, Hannah, and Brooke joining together as founding members, The Collective will surely be a source for incredible worship music!”
Michael Boggs is no stranger to the Christian music community. Hailing from Berryhill, OK, he was part of the band FFH, released music as a solo artist, and is also half of the duo Brooke and Boggs. Over the years he has been awarded multiple ASCAP, GMA Dove Awards, and named CCM Songwriter of the Year.

Black River Christian recording artist Hannah Kerr has been praised as a “compelling” and “encouraging” artist by CCMmagazine.com, and is the winner of the Most Played Song award at the 2018 ASCAP Christian Awards for co-writing Matt Maher’s Top 5 hit “Your Love Defends Me.” Her debut album Overflow earned more than 20 million streams and features her Top 15 hit “Warrior.” Her most recent EP Listen More, entirely co-written by Kerr, features the Top 20 radio hit “Split the Sea,” and most recent single “Ordinary.” With both songs reaching more than four million streams, Kerr has acquired more than 85 million total streams. She is originally from Buffalo, NY, and now resides in Nashville.

Brooke Voland, a Tennessee native and the other half of Brooke and Boggs, pursued a career in country music for multiple years before deciding to focus on her ministry instead. This shift brought a much-needed change to her life and she began leading worship and serving at Long Hollow Baptist Church. During her time there, Voland met Michael Boggs and the two formed Brooke and Boggs.

Original article provided by CCM Magazine