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Proceeds benefit children living with terminal diseases through Camp Laughing Child. Learn more: http://www.laughingchild.org

The Hymn Awakening

The Hymn Awakening combines well-known favorite hymns with a few under-celebrated gems. Shane is joined by an all-star line-up of fourteen accomplished guest artists, each unique and virtuosic in their own right.

This record was produced and recorded by one of Nashville’s most influential music-making masters, Bil VornDick. From the powerful voices of Sonya Isaacs and Rhonda Vincent, to the nostalgic sweet sounds of Claire Lynch and Sierra Hull, this record keeps you engaged and expectant.

Ricky Skaggs and Jimmy Fortune join Shane on the upbeat classic hymn, ’Tis So Sweet. Ricky’s world-renowned mandolin playing soars throughout this toe-tapping rendition. Shane’s voice is a force of its own, yet always controlled in deference to the music, and in reverence to the lyrics.

This beautiful acoustic record has been created to celebrate the glory of God and to support the lives of children and adults living with HIV/AIDS in Mexico City through the work of Camp Laughing Child.

Deep Blue Hymns

Deep Blue Hymns is a collection of all-time favorite hymns; carefully chosen and reimagined by Shane. With warm, powerful and soulful tones, this record richly delivers a message of hope and celebration of praise.

Springing from deep bluegrass roots, this album features an impressive lineup of incredibly gifted musicians. Pat Flynn, Ronnie McCoury, Dennis Crouch, Hoot Hester, Randy Kohrs, Bruce Brown and others, breathe new life to the beautiful melodies of these great old hymns.

Country Music Legend Charlie Daniels joins Shane for a duet on, There Is A Fountain.  They deliver a joyful, foot-stomping rendition of this classic hymn.

This timeless acoustic record has been created to celebrate the glory of God and to support the lives of children and adults living with HIV/AIDS in Mexico City through the work of Camp Laughing Child.

When I Grow Up

When I Grow Up is a photographic art book by Shane Clark that depicts the dreams and desperation of the street children of India. The book contains a personal letter of challenge to the author from Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

What Millard Fuller (Habitat for Humanity International) said about When I Grow Up.

“Shane Clark has done an amazing job of capturing the very essence of the sad but beautiful street children of India.  What feeling, what depth of humanity, what expressions of the innocence of youth and what glimpses of hope and joy, in the midst of grinding poverty, are revealed in the faces of these precious little ones!”