I went to high school with Treva Blomquist and always knew that she was a really talented singer and musician. Years later she’s made a name for herself in Nashville and in the music scene, and I’ve enjoyed her music and following along with her success.
She just came out with a new album called “So We Would Know.” She describes the album like this:
“So We Would Know” is 11 songs about God’s goodness, faithfulness, mercy and love. These songs are based on old hymn texts I’ve found, most of which were written in the 1700-1800s. This collection of spiritual songs sits very close to my heart. I hope you will find them encouraging, and I hope they will point you towards the greatest love of all.
If you like folk/Americana style music by a really talented singer-songwriter, I’d suggest you checking out Treva’s music. She sings some new life into these old hymns; I’ve been listening to it on repeat for the past day or two, and really enjoyed Treva’s voice, the musicianship of the album and how it all came together. My favorites are probably “Ain’t No Grave” (a good song for Sunday’s Easter worship service if you’re still looking for some fun music you can use) and her rendition of “Come Thou Fount.”
You can listen to it via the player below…but if you’d like to support an up and coming musician, pick up the album for only $10 today here.