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Matt Redman is married to Beth and they have five children. Based on the south coast of England, they are part of St Peter’s church, Brighton. Matt has been a full-time worship leader since the age of 20 and this journey has taken him to countries such as South Africa, Japan, India, Australia, Germany, and the Czech Republic. Along the way he has sung in venues such as the Angels baseball stadium, both old and new Wembley stadiums, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Royal Albert Hall.
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New Album from Matt Redman - Glory Song

Thursday, September 28, 2017Categories: News, Home Page, New Releases, English

Today, we are excited to bring you Matt Redman's brand new live worship album, Glory Song.  Recorded at the legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, this new release is a unifying, diverse and collaborative piece, both in its writing, with support from GRAMMY® winning Chris Tomlin, Jonas Myrin, Bryan and Katie Torwalt & more, and in the voices heard on the record, including fellow GRAMMY® acclaimed artists Kierra Sheard, Tasha Cobbs Leonard along with a gospel choir.  “We’ve got a society that’s quite fractured. There’s still much tension these days surrounding race…not a week goes by that there’s not a news story that has to do with injustice in that area,” Matt shares. “I think it’s really important for the church to display that we are ‘one’—one voice, one choir, one people— singing one song.”  These strong new anthems including "Gracefully Broken," "Greatest Hallelujah," and "All Glory" are certain to resound with the Church as they unite worshippers in bringing Jesus their highest praise.  Download your own copy of Glory Song today on iTunes and pick up the MultiTracks, RehearsalMixes, and Charts, all of which are now available for the entire album.

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