Matt Redman

Matt Redman

Matt Redman is a GRAMMY®-Award winning worship leader and songwriter who has been a leading contributor to the global Church’s songbook over the last twenty years. His journey as a worship leader and songwriter has taken him to countries such as South Africa, Japan, India, Australia and the Czech Republic. Along the way he has sung in venues such as Madison Square Garden, Wembley stadium, and the Royal Albert Hall - as well as recording in iconic studios such as Abbey Road in London and Capitol Records in LA. Matt Redman’s best songs include The Heart of Worship, Blessed Be Your Name, Our God - and the double-Grammy winning 10,000 Reasons. More recent co-writes include Do It Again and Build my Life. Beyond music, he is an author and also launched a successful podcast in 2021, ‘Redman & Riddle’, which he co-hosts with worship artist Jeremy Riddle. He recently announced his fourteenth full-length album, set to release in mid-2023, which is introduced by debut single ‘Son of Suffering’. Originally from England, Matt Redman now resides in California with his wife Beth and their five children.

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Some Things in Life Should Be Reserved for God and Him Alone

Discover why Matt Redman believes that the term “awesome” should be reserved for God alone, as he explores the dilution of this powerful word in everyday language. Dive into his thought-provoking article to understand how reclaiming certain words in worship can deepen our reverence and respect for the Almighty.

Twin Towers Songs of Lament Matt Redman
Rhyme & Reason – “Tower” – Uncanny Echoes of History

Editorial Note: Prepare to be captivated by the uncanny echoes of history as we delve…

Addressing New Trends in Worship Music

I recently came across the comments of an American pastor objecting to new trends in…

The Next Stylistic Movement for Congregational Worship

Matt Redman shares his thoughts about what might be the next stylistic movement in worship music.

Songwriting Q&A with Matt Redman

How do you create a natural flow and feeling of the lyrics without over-simplifying phrases…

Songwriting Masterclass with Matt Redman: Q&A

Matt Redman discusses his experience with writing Christmas songs in this issue of Songwriting Masterclass.

The Next Stylistic Movement for Congregational Worship

It can be all too easy to only see what’s right in front of our face, but when we step back a bit, we can see there’s far more going on, in far more imaginative and creatively diverse ways than we could ever really track. 

Songwriting Masterclass With Matt Redman: Writing Truth

In these days, let’s be looking for, and writing, songs that lead us to this comforting and emboldening place of hope in Christ.

Leading Worship in a Smaller Context by Matt Redman

Originally Published in Worship Leader Magazine Vol 28 No 3 By Matt Redman Hi Matt.…

Songwriting Masterclass with Matt Redman

Originally Published in Worship Leader Magazine Vol 28 No 3 By Matt Redman How do…

Matt Redman Answers Your Songwriting Questions

Matt Redman is excited to answer questions you may have regarding songwriting, worship leading plus…

Something Old, Something New

Pulled from the Worship Leader archive, Matt Redman encourages us remember the past while moving forward.