BIG DADDY WEAVE SCORES SECOND CONSECUTIVE NO. 1 FROM LOVE COME TO LIFE WITH “REDEEMED”

One of the top 10 Christian bands for over a decade, Fervent Record’s Big Daddy Weave, has just added another No. 1 to their record with “Redeemed.” The single, their second release from Love Come to Life, proves to also be a big hit on YouTube as the music video is closing in on 700,000 views. “Redeemed” is the follow up to “Love Come to Life” which reached No. 1 in early 2012.

“Redeemed,” written by Mike Weaver and Benji Cowart, comes from a difficult time in Weaver’s life. "I was really at a low point, struggling with my imperfections,” he says. “I felt like God said to my spirit, 'Why don't you let me tell you what I think about you and what I like about you?' He started with, 'I love your heart for people,' and went from there. I was like a broken heap on the floor of my garage. The things He was talking about were not future tense things. He has this 'I love who you are right now' mentality. 'I accept you right now; you need to accept you right now.'"

The single has clearly struck a chord with many people as, in under a year, it is already the third best-selling song they have had since their formation in 2002. Weaver also commented on the great reception of the song, “So humbled by how this song has been received by folks all over the place. It is a huge confirmation from God in my life that He loves to use brokenness. What we see as weakness and personal failure He can turn into victory if we are willing to lay it at his feet.”

On September 20, Big Daddy Weave embarked on “The Redeemed Tour.” Recording artist Aaron Shust is also on the tour which is scheduled to hit the following cities:

September 28: Heights Baptist Church, Alvin, TX
September 29: Chautauqua Park, Crystal Springs, MS
September 30: Grace Memorial Baptist Church, Slidell, LA
October 3: Bill Riley Band Shells, Iowa Falls, IA
October 4: Stonebridge Church, Cedar Rapids, IA
October 5: Emmaus Bible College, Dubuque, IA
October 6: Fort Rowdy Gathering, Covington, OH
October 7: Watseka Community High School, Watseka, IL
October 19: Grace Baptist Church, Evans, GA
October 20: Central High School, Woodstock, VA
October 21: Calvary Baptist Church, Easton, PA
October 26: Parker Theater: Rolland Fine Arts Center, Hannibal, MO
October 27: Boswell Auditorium, Lebanon, MO
October 28: Lincoln Elementary School, Lincoln, KS
November 1: Rome Capitol Theatre, Rome, NY
November 2: Hamburg Wesleyan Church, Hamburg, NY
November 3: Davis and Elkins College Auditorium, Elkins, WV
November 4: Cornerstone Christian Fellowship, Sparta, NC
November 12: Florida Strawberry Festival Expo Building, Plant City, FL
November 14: Milligan Assembly of God, Baker, FL
November 15: West Cobb Church, Marietta, GA
November 16: Dover Shores Baptist Church, Orlando, FL
November 17: Cambier Park Naples, Naples, FL
November 18: First Baptist Church of Orange Park, Orange Park, FL

Big Daddy Weave formed when Mike Weaver, Jay Weaver, Jeremy Redmon, Jeff Jones and Joe Shirk got together at the University of Mobile, and that original fivesome continues to write, produce, and inspire together. They stepped into the spotlight in 2002 with the release of their second album One and Only, which debuted in SoundScan’s Christian Top 5 and saw the group nominated as Dove Awards New Artist of the Year. Their 2010 album Christ Has Come won a Dove for Christmas Album of the Year, and they recently released their first greatest hits compilation, The Ultimate Collection. They have been honored at ASCAP's Christian Music Awards and were chosen for the WOW Hits compilations in five of the last six years. For more information on Big Daddy Weave, please visit www.BigDaddyWeave.com.

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