Monday, September 5, 2011

Monday, September 5, 2011

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Tricia Brock

Tricia Brock has been one of the lead singers of Superchic[k] for almost a decade now. But her and her producer husband Nick Baumhardt felt led to record a worship album. That album is called The Road.

Raised in a Christian home, Tricia and her sister Melissa experienced their share of adversity and struggles. When they met Maz Hsu, a singer/musician, the three girls immediately hit it off. All three felt called to create music to inspire teenage girls like themselves, who dealt with depression and insecurity. Thus Superchic[k] was born. They would go on to rock the world over, win Dove awards and garner a GRAMMY nod.

Superchi[k] is not over, but this solo worship project is a collection of songs meant to breathe hope and to inspire new life into a battling heart. “We may be broken, but we’re never destroyed,” the album’s lyrics say. Tricia wants to share that at times the listener may feel without hope, but there’s no need to fear. Hope, refuge and strength are always with us when we are with God.

Album: The Road

Twitter: @superchicktrish

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Video: Tricia Brock talks The Road

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