Nashville, Tenn. - People say one of the hardest things to do is admit when you are wrong. Not so in the case for perennial critic favorite Derek Webb who is using his new studio album, I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You, to do just that.
Derek Webb is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1994||Caedmon's Call||My Calm Your Storm||Gutars, Vocals|
|1995||Caedmon's Call||Just Don't Want Coffee||Songwriter, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar|
|1997||Caedmon's Call||Intimate Portrait||Songwriter, Guitars, Banjo, Vocals|
|1997||Caedmon's Call||Caedmon's Call||Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals|
|1999||Caedmon's Call||40 Acres||Songwriter, Guitars, Banjo, Vocals|
|2000||Caedmon's Call||Long Line of Leavers||Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Songwriter|
|2001||Caedmon's Call||In the Company of Angels||Guitars, Vocals|
|2005||Bart Millard||Hymned||Guest Vocals|
|2007||Caedmon's Call||Overdressed||Vocals, Acoustic Guitars|
|2016||Sandra McCracken||God's Highway||Songwriter|
Derek Webb has been a member of:
Once called "the most dangerous man in the music business", Derek Webb's career, spanning more than 20 years including his tenure in Texas-based folk/rock band Caedmon's Call, has seen album sales over one million records, 10 Dove Award nominations, a Billboard Music Video Award nod and six No. 1 radio hits. Webb's innovative music marketing and distribution strategies (including the founding of NoiseTrade.com) have received national news coverage in USA Today, the LA Times and more.
In 2004, Derek began separating himself from the Christian faith. On one of his podcast episodes, Derek vehemently rejected Christianity. He spoke with vulgar language and explained how he found more comfort in alcohol than he did in the truths of the gospel. At one point, he expresses that, "in light of the suffering in the world, either there is no God or the one that exists is an ---expletive---.”
Nashville, Tenn. — Perennial critical favorite Derek Webb officially unveiled his latest studio album, Ctrl, on Sept. 4 to stellar reviews and remarkable praise from critics. In addition, the album made its chart debut in the Top 10 on the Christian Soundscan chart.
Nashville, TN — The Chronicles of Narnia-inspired worship group Page CXVI bowed the Derek Webb-mixed re:hymns, their ambitious and long-anticipated remix compilation, today to listeners after garnering high marks for the project from critics.