Here's to the Ones
After bursting onto the scene with the smash hit "When Mercy Found Me" in 2012, Rhett and his band of brothers have carved out a unique place in Christian music blending pop, rock and rootsy Americana into a sound that...
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After bursting onto the scene with the smash hit "When Mercy Found Me" in 2012, Rhett and his band of brothers have carved out a unique place in Christian music blending pop, rock and rootsy Americana into a sound that reaches an ever-growing audience. Meanwhile, themes of faith, family and country continue to be at the core or Rhett Walker Band's music.
Key songs on this album include Amazed, Love Like Jesus and Better Part of Me which takes an honest look at marriage and supporting one's spouse. The anthemic track Here's to the Ones salutes and honours those who work hard to support their families and who stand up for their faith. The band continues to write and sings songs that are filled with honesty about brokenness and the hope and strength we can find through faith in God.
- 1. CloneRhett Walker Band0:59
- 2. Here's To The OnesRhett Walker Band0:59
- 3. Love Like JesusRhett Walker Band0:59
- 4. Adam's SonRhett Walker Band0:59
- 5. Dead ManRhett Walker Band0:59
- 6. The MysteryRhett Walker Band0:59
- 7. The Other SideRhett Walker Band0:59
- 8. AmazedRhett Walker Band0:59
- 9. Better Part Of MeRhett Walker Band0:59
- 10. Someone Else's SongRhett Walker Band0:59
- 11. Broken ManRhett Walker Band0:59
Rhett Walker Band is a Southern rock and Christian rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. The band is composed of Rhett Walker on vocals, Kenny Davis on drums, and Joe Kane on guitar. The band released its debut studio Come to the River in 2012. The band's debut single and Grammy nominated song, When Mercy Found Me, is a testament to the grace of God in Rhett Walker's life.
Rhett tells an intense "wild oats" tempered by God's grace story: having moved from his hometown when he was 16, Rhett got in with the wrong crowd, becoming involved with drugs and fights. He was expelled from school and sent to a Christian school - the only school who would have him. When his girlfriend became pregnant he was brought up with a start.
"It was like, Man, what am I doing?" he remembers. "I've still got my senior year left, but I'll have to leave this religious school where I'm high most of the time anyway. My girlfriend's having a baby, and I have no job. I finally sat down with April, who is now my wife, and said: We've done everything wrong that we possibly can. Let's do everything right from here on out."
Rhett and April got married. He rededicated his life to God, and she accepted Jesus for the first time. He got a diploma, and she made their $300-per-month apartment into a home. They welcomed a daughter, Rileigh, and became active in church where Walker began leading worship.
As they matured in faith and expanded their family a growing number of opportunities for Rhett to lead worship at other churches and on college campuses helped him let go of his construction and factory work.
Rhett is now a shining example of faith, family, and country values today - an experienced man who teaches that grace comes with a calling.