Introducing Chris McClarney

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Introducing Chris McClarney

Chris McClarney

Chris McClarney is that 'different thing'. Unassuming, yet possessing a voice that could stop traffic.

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Every once in a while something different happens, something that makes you pause, reflect and reassess. Chris McClarney is that ‘different thing’. Unassuming, yet possessing a voice that could stop traffic, Chris McClarney is an underground phenomenon whose name has the currency of gold.

Having given birth to the song ‘Your Love Never Fails’, Chris has found himself as songsmith-of-choice for one of the most dynamic mass mobilisations of the day; the Redding, California-based Jesus Culture youth movement. Having adopted it as the title track of their 2008 album the army of believers singing of God’s constancy in the midst of trials grows larger every day.

Chris is a regular at the Mission Worship Conference in Eastbourne and will be attending this year (2009).

‘Chris McClarney is one of the most refreshing voices in this present move of God. I love all that he does. His worship music is some of the most genuine, profound, and passionate music I know of anywhere.’
Bill Johnson

‘Finding CDs to worship the Lord with is no easy task and, as a result, my favorites list is very limited. Having known Chris for years, it’s no surprise that his CD has become a huge personal blessing to me as I seek to connect intimately with God on a daily basis. His talent and sincerity flow powerfully through the songs and usher me almost effortlessly into deeper friendship with Jesus.’
Jeff Deyo

Listen to samples:


Your Love Never Fails


Still Saving Me




Your Love Is Everything


Across The Universe


Blessed Assurance

Additional Information

Author / Artist Chris McClarney
Release Date 1 Jan 2009

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