Jeff Deyo returns with his first new studio album in three years. UNVEIL marks a new direction for Deyo and his band who retain their worship-inspiring lyrics while charting new sonic territory. As a result, UNVEIL is a bold new...
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Jeff Deyo returns with his first new studio album in three years. UNVEIL marks a new direction for Deyo and his band who retain their worship-inspiring lyrics while charting new sonic territory. As a result, UNVEIL is a bold new statement in an over saturated "modern worship" market. Produced by new-comer The Kurnoll and mastered in NYC by renowned mastering engineer Ted Jensen (Switchfoot, Fall Out Boy, Dave Matthews Band, The Police), the album will appeal to Deyo's large existing fan base and win over new converts with its powerful worship anthems. Deyo and band continue to log well over 100 days on the road every year playing large youth conferences, festivals and sold-out concerts.
1. Glory Rain Down
- 1. Glory Rain DownJeff Deyo0:59
- 2. So In AweJeff Deyo0:59
- 3. I Forever Lover Your NameJeff Deyo0:59
- 4. UnveilJeff Deyo0:59
- 5. GloryJeff Deyo0:59
- 6. Falling Down Like RainJeff Deyo0:59
- 7. More In LoveJeff Deyo0:59
- 8. Love Of GodJeff Deyo0:59
- 9. Nothing On EarthJeff Deyo0:59
- 10. You Are GodJeff Deyo0:59
- 11. Fall On MeJeff Deyo0:59
Jeff Deyo is an American Contemporary Christian music solo artist and worship leader. He was the lead singer of the band SONICFLOOd from its creation in 1999 through 2000. After leaving the group in 2000, he ventured out on his own, continuing the modern worship trend that started with SONICFLOOd. Jeff's solo debut album, Saturate, was released in 2002. His second album, Light, featured #1 radio single Bless The Lord, which featured vocals from Rita Springer.
In 2005, Jeff released the live album, Surrender, which featured him leading worship at the 2005 Parachute Music Festival in New Zealand. His next studio album, Unveil, was released on May 22, 2007 and on June 19, 2007, The Worship Collection was released.
Deyo starred in the 2008 Christian film The Imposter starring himself, Kevin Max, and Kerry Livgren from the super band Kansas. He played the band leader James.
In January 2010, Jeff joined the music department of North Central University in Minneapolis, MN as a faculty member.