Ain't No Grave / Alive Forever Amen' Travis Cottrell Live Performance

Ain't No Grave / Alive Forever Amen' Travis Cottrell Live Performance

This live performance of the songs ‘Ain’t No Grave’ and ‘Alive Forever Amen,’ featuring the voices of Travis Cottrell and Elicia Brown, will lift your spirits!

Elicia Brown starts off singing ‘Ain’t No Grave’ with her beautiful and powerful voice.

“Shame is a prison as cruel as a grave
Shame is a robber and he’s come to take my name
Love is my redeemer lifting me up from the ground
Love is the power where my freedom song is found”

A chorus of people behind Elicia join in singing, and it brings the song to the next level. The impactful sound and lyrics fill the room as everyone is singing out and praising God.

Then Travis Cotell joins in, and all of the voices blend so well together. They really round out the fullness of the song.

Later, the group breaks into singing ‘Alive Forever Amen.’

“He's alive, alive, alive. Hallelujah!
Alive! Praise and glory to the Lamb.
He's alive, alive, alive. Hallelujah!
Alive forever. Amen”

Both songs go together so well and share such a strong message of hope. And the singers performing ‘Ain’t No Grave’ and ‘Alive Forever Amen’ in this video are incredibly talented.

According to her Facebook page, Elicia Brown “began to sing with local church, district, and state choirs at the age of 5 and quickly became a soloist. As she grew older her ministry expanded to include Deaf Ministry, Children’s Church, Street Evangelism, Choir Director and Praise & Worship Leader. As a senior in high school Elicia organized and directed a Gospel Choir of 170 voices that was afforded official standing with her public high school.” Elicia has also used her talents to record with many top artists in the music industry, such as Wynonna Judd, Bill Gaither, Gaither Vocal Band, Phil Driscoll, and Natalie Grant. Today, Elicia is the Minister of Music at New Beginnings Church in Orlando Florida.

As for Travis Cottrell, he has also known his calling to music ministry since he was a young boy. According to his website, Travis has “known the joy of serving the Lord and leading His people in worship since he graduated from Belmont University in 1992.” He says that what has happened in the years since is something that he will never get over. “It’s been a crazy, wild, wonderful adventure,” says Travis. “Proof positive that when Paul says God ‘is able to do immeasurably more than we can ask or imagine,’ well, he’s not kidding.”

What a beautiful thing to see these two continue to use their God-given talents to bring glory to His name!