Love Come to Life (Redeemer Edition)(CD)

    Love Come to Life (Redeemer Edition)(CD)

    Big Daddy Weave
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    A record that reflects two sides of the Christian life.

    Love Comes To Life demonstrates once again the passion and energy that have made Big Daddy Weave one of Christian music’s most compelling acts for nearly a dozen years. True to form, the project teems with real life and emotion, from longing and struggle to breakthrough and gratitude, with front man Mike Weaver’s forthright songwriting and intimate and unmistakable vocals backed by powerful arrangements and stellar musicianship. It derives its power from the fact that life and music intertwine so fully.

    “We’ve faced a lot of personal challenges and adversity during the past couple of years,” says Mike, “and coming to the other side of that leaves us with fresh things to share, and I think we can share even more deeply than ever before.”

    Those challenges—from the fatigue faced at times by musicians who spend much of their time on the road to a devastating fire that swept through guitarist/producer Jeremy Redmon’s house, and health issues faced by some band members—produced a record that reflects two sides of the Christian life.

    About Big Daddy Weave

    Big Daddy Weave is a contemporary Christian band composed of Mike Weaver (lead singer), Jay Weaver, Jeremy Redmon, Joe Shirk, and Brian Beihl. Their popular songs include: "Every Time I Breathe", "Audience of One", "In Christ", "Fields of Grace", "Without You", "Redeemed" and "What Life Would Be Like". They are signed to Fervent Records.

    The band met while in college at the University of Mobile. Mike Weaver had been serving as worship leader of a Pensacola, Florida church and attending community college in the area. He came to the university at the urging of his pastor, and studied voice.

    In both 2006 and 2007, Big Daddy Weave toured with Mark Schultz on his Broken and Beautiful Tour. In 2009, they headlined the What Life Would Be Like Tour with guest musician Josh Wilson.