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athousandvineyards is the name given to the performing Artists who are associated with onevineproductions' Seasons Project. The Seasons Project is a collection of over two hundred worship songs written by Kenneth Teal during a three month period early 2003. Unlike songs he had written in times past, something about these songs would not let Teal keep them to himself. After sharing the first songs with Melody Powell she became insistent that the songs be recorded and shared with a larger audience. So Teal began searching for Artists to assist him in recording the songs of the Seasons Project. At that time he also started investing in the equipment he would need to start his own recording studio. (onevinestudio) and record label (onevineproductions) so that creative freedom and control did not have to be sacrificed to a restrictive timeline or an aloof and indifferent recording atmosphere. He didn't have to look far to find the Artists. And in finding them, Teal found a mutual respect, a shared vision, and an unquenchable passion not for music, but for Worship. Having come together to capture the first of four season-titled albums (aseasonofsorrow), Karen Lucas, Melody Powell, Jonathan Thompson, and Jack Smith became the first Artists recording at Teal’s onevinestudio and the first Artists to perform under the onevineproductions’ creation athousandvineyards. The music of aseasonofsorrow is not veiled in mystery or shy in the expression of its intent- it is Worship, straightforwardly and undeniably intended and meant to bring glory and honor to Jesus and Him alone. Aptly described by friend Don Lourcey, aseasonofsorrow is an album filled with "love songs to Jesus."