Actress and Pop Christian music artist, Abigail Duhon, has signed with DREAM Label Group that is based Los Angeles, CA. She will join a diverse roster of 40 national and international artists, which include releases from Soulfire Revolution, Press Play, Jonathan Thulin, Satellites & Sirens and We Are Leo. Duhon is scheduled to release her new single, "I Am Not Ashamed," Sept. 2 on all digital music outlets, with the music video having premiered on JUCE TV in July. The song will be included on Duhon's upcoming album for DREAM Label Group that releases later this year. The project will be distributed by Capitol Christian Distribution.
"I'm really excited about the opportunity of working with DREAM Label Group and becoming part of their impressive artist roster," says Duhon. "I met with them in Los Angeles earlier this year, and our passion for music and ministry was a perfect fit for both of us."
David Hanley, Founder and President, DREAM Label Group adds, "Abigail is one of those uniquely gifted and most importantly 'Anointed' individuals. Whether you hear her songs, see her in live shows, see her videos, see her movies or just spend 5 minutes with her off the stage, you know that her walk with the Lord is extremely solid and her commitment to be bold for Christ is ever evident."
We've worked hard to find the right label partner for Abigail," explains Patrick Hess, Duhon's marketing and business manager. "We wanted a company that could understand the dual role of providing a platform for younger Christian artists, where they can create relevant music and at the same time have a voice for their strong Christian faith. DREAM Label Group provides this type of support, while delivering great worldwide distribution and a proven track record for expanding the careers of emerging artists.
Coming up next for Duhon will be the release of her Pure Flix movie, I'm Not Ashamed, that will be distributed to theatres nationwide on Oct. 21. The film and Duhon's title track are based on the tragic death of Rachel Joy Scott, the student who was killed in the 1999 Columbine High School shooting for admitting her faith. Duhon will join a stellar cast with Sadie and Korie Robertson, Jaci Velasquez, Jennifer O'Neill, and Rachel's mother Terri Minton.