Galilee of the Nations

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Galilee of the Nations is a record label founded in 1997 in the Galilee, Israel.[1] At first it was based in Tiberias, Israel,[2] but later moved its offices to Nashville, Tennessee, US. The label specialises in music of Messianic content and style.[1]

The label was involved in a 1998 joint project with Integrity Music, Adonai: The Power of Worship from the Land of Israel, a compilation album featuring multiple artists.[2] Billboard called it "a stunning record featuring performances by several powerful artists".[3] It is considered a leading supplier of messianic music with a growing portfolio of artists.[4]

The label signed a long-term distribution deal with Provident Music Distribution in 1999. Galilee of the Nations Music was also affiliated with City of Peace Records and City of Peace Films and Video.[1]

There is a website about Galilee Of The Nations & Messianic Music[5] which is solely developed for the purpose of promoting Israeli singers. They have a collection of worship or praise releases from the popular artists and worship leaders from Israel often available as video and with written material too.

Main artists[edit]

  • Joel Chernoff released the album, The Restoration of Israel: Messianic Praise and Worship in 2000.[6]
  • Karen Davis. A reviewer for The Town Talk called Davis's album, Sar Shalom: Breakthrough from the Land of Israel "inspiring, haunting and well-worth hearing."[7]
  • Marty Goetz
  • Lamb
  • Les Morrison
  • Ted Pearce
  • Barry & Batya Segal
  • Jonathan Settel
  • Kathy Shooster
  • Zemer Levav(English: Song of the Heart,) a messianic Jewish music ministry released an album As Long as I Breathe" in 2013.[8]

External links[edit]

  • "Galilee of the Nations website". Retrieved June 26, 2019.


  1. ^ a b c Price, Deborah Evans (1999-05-22). "Higher ground", Billboard 111 (21): 41–42.
  2. ^ a b Price, Deborah Evans (1998-04-25). "Industry hopes material & spiritual prosperity will continue after a year of 'remarkable growth'", Billboard 110 (17): 37–38.
  3. ^ Verma, Paul (1998-08-08). "Adonai", Billboard 110 (32): 20.
  4. ^ Stella Redburn. "Various - Heart For Israel Worship Vol 3". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  5. ^ "Galilee of the Nations website". Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  6. ^ Anderson, Phil (18 April 2000). "News Briefs". The Topeka Capital-Journal.
  7. ^ Griffin, Andrew (4 October 2003). "McBride's CD a mixed bag (brief review)". The Town Talk.
  8. ^ "Faith Briefs". Apalachicola Times. 20 June 2013.