SOURCE: Singer Joanna Beasley

May 15, 2014 16:07 ET

Onetime American Idol Semi-Finalist Joanna Beasley Stirs Up 'Loud Love' as She Juggles Success as an Indie Recording and Touring Artist, In-Demand Worship Leader and Artist Rep for a Global Outreach Organization With Impending Motherhood

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - May 15, 2014) - A lot of teenagers crumble when their dreams are shattered on reality competition shows, but for Joanna Beasley (, being cut after reaching the semi-finals on "American Idol" in 2003 proved a blessing in disguise. It was the start of a multifaceted decade long musical and spiritual journey that's led her to this moment in time, shouting about God's love from the "Rooftops" on her explosive new pop/rock single and video.

Originally recorded by the band Jesus Culture, Beasley's version of "Rooftops" -- the second single from her latest full length album Loud Love, after "This Same Love," featuring singer/songwriter Chris McClarney -- is receiving airplay throughout the U.S. The video clip features exuberant images of Beasley's home region of the Midwest in the fall, along with shots of her performing with her band on a rooftop and also dancing joyfully in a club setting. 

Beasley performs upwards of 75 concerts a year throughout the country -- a slate that generally includes a mix of secular and Christian festivals. She is also invited by many churches to lead their services alongside local church worship teams, and is a popular presence at numerous Christian conferences, where she sings, shares stories on various spiritual topics (often along with her testimony) and conducts workshops for local musicians. She's also participated in many events sponsored by secular rock stations, charity groups such as Relay For Life (a breast cancer charity), and has even performed at pep rallies at public schools.

Among her more high profile appearances, Beasley has performed at "Celebrate Freedom," the largest Christian music festival in the world, and has shared the stage with Chris Tomlin, Mercy Me, Natalie Grant, Michael W. Smith and countless others. She has also performed at renowned author, speaker and life advisor Tim Storey's "The Study," a Hollywood-based Bible study for entertainment personalities held at the infamous East West Studios.

Lately, Beasley has been shouting from "Rooftops" and doing all this other related activity while pregnant. Six years into their marriage, The Beasleys are expecting their first baby in August 2014.

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