Nashville, Tenn. The Rhett Walker Band releases their sophomore album today, Oct. 14, on Essential/Sony titled HERE’S TO THE ONES, with a deluxe version also available, containing four additional bonus tracks.
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Rhett Walker realized early on his need for mercy and redemption. Owning up to life’s challenges and fully embracing God’s grace, his personal trials forged in him a forthright nature in both life and music.
Rhett Walker Band’s debut Come To The River, featuring the powerful single “When Mercy Found Me,” crackles with the musical energy of Walker’s native South and bold themes of “grace with a calling” translated through songs reflecting a reverence for God, family and country that are both personal and universal.
In addition to band mates Kenny Davis (drums) and Joe Kane (guitar), plus leading studio players Jerry McPherson (The Civil Wars) as well as Tony Lucido (Kelly Clarkson) on guitar and bass respectively, Walker presents 10 tracks with equal measures of muscle and beauty on Come To The River. Most recent touring has included 2012 major summer festivals, a fall 30-city “The Believer” tour with Kutless and Fireflight and the “Proof Of Your Love” tour with for King & Country and Moriah Peters.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Last night, Rhett Walker garnered his first career GRAMMY nomination in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Song category for his contribution as a co-writer (along with Jeff Pardo) on the Rhett Walker Band hit single, “When Mercy Found Me.”