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Matt Redman Birthday: 14th February, 1974 (45 years as of 2019)

Matt Redman Place of Birth: Watford, England

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WHO IS MATT REDMAN?Last updated(November, 2019)

Matt Redman is an English Christian worship leader, gospel singer-songwriter, author and a Grammy Award winner.

Matt Redman - Early Life

Matt Redman Age: 45 yrs (as of 2019)

Matt Redman (Matthew James Redman), born on 14th February, 1974 in Watford, England.

His father passed away when he was just 7 years old, so his mother single handedly raised him and his brother.

His mother later remarried into an abusive relationship that took a great deal on the family. At the age of 10, Matt converted to Christianity after attending a mission service and was encouraged by an Anglican Church youth leader (Mike Pilavachi) to lead worship in his teens.

He learned to play guitar, and at the age of 20.

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Matt Redman - Musical Career

Matt recorded his first album, Wake Up My Soul, at ICC studios in January and February 1994. The album had an impressive line-up of Christian musicians including Iona's Mike Haughton, percussionist Martin Neil, Split Level's Adrian Thompson, Helen Burgess and Les Moir on bass, and was produced by Martin Smith.

In 2005, He co-wrote with his wife Beth, the 2005 Dove Award-winning "Blessed Be Your Name" (Worship Song of the Year) and the Grammy Award-nominated "Our God." Since then, Matt and Beth have co-created some of Redman's most successful songs including, "You Never Let Go", "Face Down" and "Let My Words Be Few".

In February 2011, Redman joined Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio, and Nathan and Christy Nockels at LIFT – A Worship Leader Collective where his 2011 live album, 10,000 Reasons, was recorded. On 28 July 2012, "10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)", the title track of Redman's new album, topped the Billboard Christian Songs chart, where it stayed for 13 weeks.

It was his first No. 1 hit on American Contemporary Christian radio. The single went on to win two Grammy Awards, for Best Contemporary Christian Music Song and Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance and was certified Gold by RIAA in 2018.

Matt has also won thirteen Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards.

Matt Redman's songs have been covered by a number of contemporary Christian music (CCM) artists including Matt Maher, Michael W. Smith, Jeremy Camp, Rebecca St. James, Chris Tomlin, David Crowder Band, Tree63, Kutless, Stellar Kart, and Hillsong United. He has regularly collaborates with other Christian musicians including Chris Tomlin and Tim Hughes.

Redman's songs have been covered by a number of contemporary Christian music (CCM) artists including Matt Maher, Michael W. Smith, Jeremy Camp, Rebecca St. James, Chris Tomlin, David Crowder Band, Tree63, Kutless, Stellar Kart, and Hillsong United.

He has regularly collaborates with other Christian musicians including Chris Tomlin and Tim Hughes.

In 2019, Redman announced he had signed with Integrity Music, with new music coming in late 2019, and a new album in 2020.

Personal Life - Matt Redman

Matt Redman married Beth Redman, who was also a songwriter and author.

Matt Redman children: The couple has five children and resides in California.

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Matt Redman - Net Worth

Matt Redman net worth is estimated to be about $5,000,000 (Five Million dollars).



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