Matt Maher & Jon Reddick | The Stories I Tell Myself Tour
Join Matt Maher on The Stories I Tell Myself Tour with Jon Reddick this fall!
This 28-stop tour is on the crescendo of Maher’s career, intricately weaving together familiar favorites like “Lord, I Need You”, “Because He Lives” and “Alive & Breathing”, with brand new worship songs that are paving the way on the charts from his latest album “The Stories I Tell Myself”. These events will be powerful nights of worship, fellowship, and prayer that will bring together the venues they’re hosted in and the cities beyond – we hope you can join us!
VIP Ticket includes pre-show Q&A with Matt Maher as well as first access to the best seats for the event! Must arrive by 5PM to take advantage of VIP seating.
- VIP Doors: 5:00pm
- Early Entry Doors: 6:00pm
- General Admission Doors: 6:15pm
- Event Begins: 7:00pm
About the Artists
Since his major-label debut in 2008, Matt Maher has become a staple in the artistic and songwriting community. A nine-time-GRAMMY® nominee and three-time-GMA Dove Award® winner, he has garnered multiple radio successes, writing and recording songs such as his Top 5 CCLI song “Lord, I Need You” and the chart-topping radio singles “Because He Lives (Amen)” and “Alive & Breathing.” Along with other hits such as “Hold Us Together,” “Christ Is Risen,” “All The People Said Amen,” and “Your Grace Is Enough,” Maher has written or co-written six No. 1 radio singles.
Penning numerous songs recorded by Crowder, Hillsong, Casting Crowns, Chris Tomlin, We Are Messengers, Chris Renzema, Mack Brock, Brandon Lake and Passion, he’s had multiple titles on the CCLI chart’s Top 500 list. With career album sales of more than 600,000 units to date, Maher was awarded RIAA Platinum® certification for “Lord, I Need You” and RIAA Gold® certification for “Hold Us Together,” “All The People Said Amen,” and “Because He Lives (Amen)”. He’s released ten studio albums, including his 2017 GRAMMY-nominated album Echoes, and his first Christmas album and children’s book, both titled The Advent of Christmas.
Maher, an official Steinway Artist, has been headlining his own tours and performing at major events since 2004. He has also participated in the industry’s biggest tours and festivals, such as Worship Night In America with Chris Tomlin, Compassion Live’s The Road Show and Tobymac’s Hits Deep. Maher has also toured with MercyMe, Chris Tomlin, and Casting Crowns.
Worship pastor and songwriter, Jon Reddick, has a heart for the church and the songs that pour out from congregations into the world. Throughout his writing career he’s intentionally composed lyrics that speak about redemption and hope in a way that impacts cross cultural narratives of a generation hungry for healing.
Finding hope through music has long been part of Reddick’s makeup. Growing up the son of a pastor and the church pianist in Memphis, TN, music was woven into Reddick’s DNA from the start. During college, he cut his songwriting teeth writing songs for and leading a contemporary gospel group. After his college years, Reddick got into church work, leading worship for a church in Memphis and eventually making his way to Texas. In both places, Reddick leaned in to bridge-building across racial and generational lines, working to bring churches and cultures together under one faith umbrella.
“At one of my first jobs in full-time church ministry, I led this generationally diverse choir filled with people ranging from 18 years old to 70 years old. We would fuse hymns and contemporary gospel. I wanted to try and bring people together no matter what their differences were, wanted people to go to church and not just sing songs, but find something they could engage with and have a true experience. I wanted to reach across the lines.”
In addition to being a talented musician, Reddick is also a creative visual artist. In a fusion of his artistic and musical sides, one of his paintings is the single cover for his debut song, “You Keep Hope Alive.”
After years of leading worship, writing songs for the church and even touring with other artists, Reddick is now ready to pour all of his experience and passion into his own songs.
“I just want to be a conduit to help people reconcile themselves with God and each other,” Reddick says. “I want to bring people together. I consider it an honor and a privilege to get to lead people in the transparency of worship.”