Christian Singer Chris Tomlin Shares Cute Video of Daughters Ashlyn & Madison Dancing to His Song

Rebelander Basilan
Aug 16, 2020
09:30 P.M.
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Contemporary Christian music star Chris Tomlin took to social media recently to give his fans a glimpse of his adorable daughters dancing to his song.


On August 10, Chris Tomlin, 48, shared a video on Facebook that shows his daughters, Ashlyn and Madison, dancing to his new song "Thank You Lord." The doting father captioned the clip:

"Phew.. my daughters approve the new album,‍ yours?!"

Chris Tomlin at The Beacon Theatre on December 20, 2019 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images


As of this writing, the video has amassed more than 80,000 views. Many fans were delighted by his new update.

One person commented, "Your girls are beautiful! Album so well put together, it's on my playlist. Loving the new album!" Another added, "Love the girls they are adorable, the album is amazing, love the worship. lots of love and blessings."

Tomlin collaborated with acclaimed musicians Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line on "Thank You Lord." The single is from his latest album, "Chris Tomlin & Friends."


Out on July 31, the album also features Lady A, Brett Young, Russell Dickerson, and Chris Lane. Prior to the album's release, Tomlin set out on Tomlin Worship Tailgate.

Tomlin told Billboard that these tailgate occasions give a protected method to meet up. He added that it would also remind everyone how basic tunes of love can associate "and give us a voice together in some of the hardest times."

They live on a 25-acre (10 ha) estate on the outskirts of Franklin, Tennessee.


He went on to explain that the night was about gathering all the church streams as one voice, so fans must bring their families and friends to the event.

Speaking about the album, the 21-time Dove Award winner explained that it "is a project that was not put together by managers and labels, but by friends."


Tomlin shares Ashlyn and Madison with his wife since 2010, Lauren. They live on a 25-acre (10 ha) estate on the outskirts of Franklin, Tennessee.

The Tomlins called the place "Peacefield." It offers a distinct difference to what the artist finds on the road. He discovers a breathing space there in Franklin.

Tomlin is known to be enthusiastic with regards to the subjects of adoption and foster care. The main reason behind this is that his brothers, Ryan and Cory, are parents of adopted children.

The singer explained that it was delightful watching them raise the children. Ryan and Cory are both married to nurses, and each has biological children of their own.