NASHVILLE, TENN. (AUGUST 19, 2022) GRAMMY®-nominated worship leader Cody Carnes has released his live song, “Good (Can’t Be Anything Else),” available today. In addition to the song, the live recorded video premiered today on YouTube. Click here to listen to “Good (Can’t Be Anything Else).”
“This song is a celebration of the goodness of God,” shares Cody Carnes. “The Bible tells us that God is good and everything good comes from Him. I know I’ve seen His goodness in my life countless times. It’s impossible for God to be anything but good. It’s not just his character, it’s the very essence and substance of who He is. He can’t be anything else.”
Recorded during his upcoming live album taping, the powerful anthem, “Good (Can’t Be Anything Else),” will be featured on his first-ever live-recorded project. The album was captured last month during a special two-night worship event at Belonging Co. in Nashville. Special guests Kari Jobe, Natalie Grant, and Benjamin Hastings join Carnes for the new album. More details coming soon about his new project.
Since his GRAMMY-nominated studio album, Run To The Father, he has released several songs that have resonated deeply with the church such as “Firm Foundation (He Won’t)” and most recently “Be Glad.” He is also the co-writer on the global hit, “The Blessing,” which was nominated for a GRAMMY as well as won the 2021 GMA Dove Award for “Song of the Year” and 2020 “Worship Song of the Year.”
Carnes and his wife Kari Jobe are wrapping up the Elevation Worship Summer Nights tour on Sunday in New York City at Radio City Music Hall. He will also have his Grand Ole Opry Debut on Saturday, October 1st, tickets for the two-show Opry performance can be purchased here and here.
ABOUT CODY CARNES: Cody Carnes is a worship leader who is passionate about creating spaces where innovative artistry and authentic worship can collide. Since releasing his solo label debut project in 2017, Carnes has continued to impact the worship music genre with powerful church anthems like “Nothing Else,” “Run To the Father,” and “Christ Be Magnified.” In 2020, he released his studio album, Run To The Father, which earned him his first GRAMMY Award nomination. He also received GRAMMY nominations for “The Blessing” and the album The Blessing (Live) for the 63rd and 64th Awards, as well as “The Blessing” being named “Song of the Year” (2021) and “Worship Song of the Year” (2020) at the GMA Dove Awards. Carnes’ music connects with the listener as he has more than 184K YouTube subscribers and 56 million channel views. He is originally from Texas but now resides in Nashville with his wife and their two boys, Canyon and Kingston. The Carnes also both serve at their home church The Belonging Co. in Nashville.