11th Hour Scores Third Consecutive #1 Hit


Follow-up Single “He Welcomes the Beggar” Impacting Radio Now

Nashville, Tennessee (October 6, 2016) Award-winning Gospel artist 11th Hour recently scored its third consecutive #1 song. The song, “Can You Burn”, spent four weeks in the #1 spot on the Top 40 Weekly Chart last month, and it was just announced as the #1 song on the upcoming November edition of the Singing News Top 80 monthly chart.

11th Hour’s Amber Eppinette stated, ” We want to say a huge thank you to the writer, Dianne Wilkinson, to our record company, Crossroads Label Group for all of your hard work and support, to the DJs and radio stations for playing our music, to the Beckie Simmons Agency for their hard work keeping us busy singing the music we love, and AG Publicity for their support of our group.”

“Can You Burn” follows the group’s two previous #1 hit singles – “Jesus Is In The House” and “Mountain Moving Faith.” The single was penned by award-winning songwriter Dianne Wilkinson (“Boundless Love”, “Good News From Jerusalem”) and has a message challenging each of us to “burn” for the Lord.

The group just released the follow-up single to “Can You Burn” this month. The song, titled “He Welcomes the Beggar”, was written by Eppinette along with Kenna West and Jason Cox. The song can be found on Crossroads Music Group’s October 2016 radio compilation.

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