Acclaimed Bethel Music husband/wife duo The McClures are hitting the road in support of Dove Award-winning Curb | Word Entertainment recording artist Big Daddy Weave’s “When The Light Comes Tour.” Presented by World Vision, the spring outing launches tonight in Schriever, Louisiana, and is slated to hit more than 30 cities around the country before concluding in May.
Taking the stage ahead of Big Daddy Weave, Paul and Hannah McClure will present selections from their 2019 Bethel Music debut, The Way Home. Produced by David Leonard (All Sons & Daughters) the 10-track Americana and folk-based collection was recorded at Nashville’s historic Layman Drug Company and is highlighted by the buoyant lead single “Now I See.”
“We are so excited and honored to be on tour with Big Daddy Weave,” says Paul McClure. “We feel such a kindred spirit with them in the way they love God and people. Our hope is that each night as we worship Jesus, people would encounter Him and would leave feeling encouraged, hopeful, and marked by His presence.”
Featured on every major Bethel Music release since 2010 with songs like “Jesus, We Love You,” “One Thing” and “Faithful to the End,” Paul and Hannah McClure serve as worship leaders and songwriters with Bethel Music and at Bethel Church in Redding, California. With a purity of worship that welcomes others into a deeper experience of God’s goodness, the couple’s “How Great a King” is showcased on Bethel Music’s Dove Award-nominated 2019 recording, VICTORY.
Big Daddy Weave is a mainstay at Christian radio with such #1 singles as “Alive,” “Love Come To Life,” “Redeemed,” “The Only Name (Yours Will Be),” “Overwhelmed” and “My Story.” With more than a million units in album sales, the band has received numerous honors, including a Dove Award and ASCAP and BMI Awards. Big Daddy Weave’s latest project, When The Light Comes, released last fall.
For further information on the “When The Light Comes Tour” visit www.bigdaddyweave.com.