13 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most prolific songwriters in the Bethel Music fold, Jeremy Riddle is no stranger to penning big praise anthems tailor-made for congregational singing. Across the dozen songs (plus one alternate version) on More, he displays sturdy craft and Christ-centered focus. “Even If (All the More)” is the kind of insistent worship chorus that seems destined to kick off many a Sunday service, vowing to praise the Savior even through tough times. And the lengthy “All Hail King Jesus” is a dramatic, rousing chronicle of Christ’s death and resurrection.

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most prolific songwriters in the Bethel Music fold, Jeremy Riddle is no stranger to penning big praise anthems tailor-made for congregational singing. Across the dozen songs (plus one alternate version) on More, he displays sturdy craft and Christ-centered focus. “Even If (All the More)” is the kind of insistent worship chorus that seems destined to kick off many a Sunday service, vowing to praise the Savior even through tough times. And the lengthy “All Hail King Jesus” is a dramatic, rousing chronicle of Christ’s death and resurrection.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
86 Ratings
86 Ratings
Ecoustric

Fresh!

Great production, great songwriting, incredible vocals, and the presence of God all over it!

RJT808

Phenomenal

so so so good. worth the wait

Consumed1

Impressive!!!!

songs of victorious declaration and also songs of pure praise and worship. Both are so essential :D I am thoroughly impressed and excited to see the rest of this album. Jeremy thanks for being obedient to Papa.

About Jeremy Riddle

Singer/songwriter, pastor, and worship leader Jeremy Riddle is a popular and deeply committed Christian performer known for his work at California's Bethel Church. Born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey in 1977, Riddle attended the Anaheim Vineyard School in Southern California, where he was youth pastor in his teens. During this period, he also began playing guitar and writing songs. In 2007 he released his official debut album, Full Attention, featuring the song "Sweetly Broken." The song reached number 17 on Billboard's Hot Adult Contemporary chart, and became a favorite in Christian worship circles.

Two years after releasing the album, Riddle moved with his wife and children to Redding, California, where he joined the Bethel Church and music collective. A worship leader and pastor at Bethel, Riddle has continued to write and perform his music, delivering his own sophomore album, Furious, in 2011. As a member of the Bethel music collective, he has also been showcased on a handful of Bethel albums, including 2011's Be Lifted High, 2012's For the Sake of the World, and 2016's Have It All. In 2017, Riddle joined fellow worship leaders Amanda Cook, Kristene DiMarco, Francesca Battistelli, and others for the live album Starlight. ~ Matt Collar

HOMETOWN
Mount Holly Township, NJ
BORN
1977

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