(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) April 13, 2010–Celebrated pop group FFH is the debut signing to new Provident Integrity Distribution label, P-ID Blue. The group will release its latest project, Wide Open Spaces, through P-ID Blue nationwide on May 11, 2010.
Released digitally last October, this is the first time Wide Open Spaces will be available via all CBA chain and independent retailers. The record is already being called FFH’s most personal album to date, and FFH is grateful for the album to connect with a much broader audience.
“P-ID is a perfect fit for us, it just makes sense,” says Deibler. “Retailers will be able to find FFH in the same place they always have, and that is a huge blessing.”
“We are extremely excited to have FFH back in the Provident-Integrity Distribution family,” says Randy Davis, vice president of sales and marketing for Provident Integrity Distribution. “They have proven themselves over the years to be faithful to the calling placed on their lives and we look forward to working beside them on this new project.”
After taking a sabbatical in 2006, FFH frontman Jeromy Deibler and his wife Jennifer, also in the group, moved to South Africa where they spent six months training musicians and mentoring worship leaders at a small church south of Cape Town. It was during that time Jeromy began to experience severe pain and unsettling symptoms throughout his body. Months after returning to the U.S. in the spring of 2007, Jeromy was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Wide Open Spaces chronicles the ups and downs of their journey these last few years. Songs like current AC radio single “Undone” talk about surrendering to God amidst seemingly impossible circumstances, while Inspo radio single “What If Your Best” is about questioning God’s plan for us in times of darkness. FFH is currently supporting the project with its “Wide Open Spaces” tour. For a complete list of tour dates, visit www.ffh.net/tour.
Pop vocal group FFH has released twelve projects, sold more than two million albums, and garnered 24 radio hits, including seven No. 1 singles and ten Top 5 radio singles. In addition to multiple Dove Award nominations, FFH has been recognized at the Inspirational Life Awards as well as the Billboard Music Video Awards. The group has performed more than 1000 dates since 2000 and continues to be a favorite on the tour circuit. FFH is also known for its work with the “Make-A-Wish Foundation,” Kurt Warner’s “First Things First Foundation,” and for its contributions to national ad campaigns for Coca Cola and IBM.