Dig My Grave
“Of all the promises in scripture, my least favorite one is that we’re all going to die,” said faith-focused country singer Todd Tilghman. “But My Grave is a serious jam. And it’s all about the promise we have in Christ that death is not the end. I wrote this song with my friends Sam Nobles and Clint Brown. It started with just a little bit of a chorus and a piece of a verse. It ended in full-on, swampy gospel, turn-it-up-to-eleven, high energy fun!”
The concept of the song begins with a bleak lyric, “If you’re alive, you’re dying.” But those words only set the stage for a song that is defiantly redemptive and builds its way toward heaven through rock-solid faith and southern swagger.
Todd Tilghman Releases New Single
The single is the most recent chapter in a career that is characterized by both a calling and a dedicated work ethic. The well-known singer, husband, father, and former pastor recently released the songs “Fall” and “Home Wasn’t Built in a Day.” He also celebrated his Opry debut last year with Blake Shelton, a former coach on The Voice. Tilghman and his wife, Brooke, have continued to raise eight children throughout all of this.
A high-energy, speaker-busting track like “Dig My Grave” feels like proof despite all of his accolades: Todd Tilghman is only just beginning.
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