Curb Records’ Big Daddy Weave opens the floodgates of restoration on their new song, “Let It Begin,” — listen HERE. Following their latest No. 1, “Heaven Changes Everything,” the powerful track is poised to become the group’s next signature hit, giving fans another taste of their highly anticipated forthcoming studio project. The band treated the audience of the Grand Ole Opry to the track this past Tuesday (3/12), sharing the stage with Darius Rucker and comedian Anjelah Johnson-Reyes.

Written by GRAMMY® Award-winning songstress Emily Weisband and revered singer/songwriter Matt Maher, Big Daddy Weave’s wounds tell the story on rallying cry “Let It Begin.” Wading into a river of divine healing, the beloved band affirms God never leaves us where we’ve been. The driving anthem overflows with hope, testifying to the current of freedom and transformation radiating from the only true remedy the collective has ever found — Jesus.

Next week, the Platinum-selling group is set to launch the spring leg of their headlining “Heaven Changes Everything Tour,” with direct support from Austin French and labelmate Hannah Kerr. The 30-city outing starts Mar. 20, 2024, in Jonesboro, Ark. and will make stops across Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, and Oregon, among other states, before concluding in Eagle River, Wisconsin in July.

“Heaven Changes Everything Tour” Spring 2024 Dates:
3/20 — Jonesboro, AR
3/21 — Metairie, LA
3/22 — West Monroe, LA
3/23 — Austin, TX
3/24 — Cleburne, TX
4/17 — Amarillo, TX
4/18 — Roswell, NM
4/19 — Las Cruces, NM
4/20 — Phoenix, AZ
4/21 — Oceanside, CA
4/24 — Salem, OR
4/25 — Garden City, ID
4/26 — Bend, OR
4/27 — Grants Pass, OR
4/28 — Merced, CA
6/5 — White Pine, TN
6/6 — Beavercreek, OH
6/7 — Kannapolis, NC
6/8 — Rustburg, VA
6/9 — Fayetteville, NC
6/19 — Liberty, MO
6/20 — Beatrice, NE
6/21 — Arden Hills, MN
6/22 — Florissant, MO
6/23 — Brandon, MS
7/17 — Hartland, WI
7/18 — Frankenmuth, MI
7/19 — South Bend, IN
7/20 — Marion, IL
7/21 — Eagle River, WI


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Known for honest songs that tell personal stories of freedom in Christ, Big Daddy Weave fans have long admired the band for their real-life, real-person openness. With songs like “My Story,” “The Lion and the Lamb,” “Overwhelmed,” “Redeemed,” and from their current album, “Alive,” “I Know,” and “All Things New,” Big Daddy Weave has become one of the most beloved bands in Christian music.

Millions have taken their anthems of Jesus’s chain-breaking love as their own and sung along to songs about the radical act of redemption. The men of Big Daddy Weave, Mike Weaver (lead vocals, guitar), Jeremy Redmon (guitar, vocals), Joe Shirk (saxophone, keys, vocals) and Brian Beihl (drums), found themselves needing those themes of comfort and assurance at the beginning of 2022. Founding member and Mike’s brother, Jay Weaver, went to be with the Lord on January 2, 2022.

In the first few days, the group wondered how they could go on. After Jay’s funeral and testimony after testimony of how Jay and the group have been used, the question became, how could we not go on?

Big Daddy Weave is answering that call to minister through music and word both live and in new songs and recorded music being created now. The band’s openness to go through whatever doors God opens for them has kept them going since their early days as students at the University of Mobile. Their spirit of dedication to their calling and their craft shows up in everything they do.

“We challenge each other about what we’re going do with that,” says Mike, “saying, we’re alive and we’re here. How are we going to use this time?”

Big Daddy Weave’s testimony is about a deep and personal faith in Jesus, no matter the circumstances. It’s one thing to sing about trusting God in the midst of trials, but the men of Big Daddy Weave have learned what it means to truly live by faith and to trust in a God who makes all things new.

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