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Lance Redman sees his singing as a blessing and a talent God uses to touch people.
Record Staff Writer
His eyes close, his entire face portraying the emotion he feels in the music and words he sings. This performance isn’t just for the audience, but also for himself and for the Lord.
For Lance Redman, singing is a blessing and a gift he uses to touch people, although he tells it differently.
“I can’t touch people; the Lord can touch you,” he says. “I don’t see me doing that. I see the Lord using what I’m doing to touch people.”
It wasn’t until college that he suddenly realized he could sing, but ever since, Redman has taken the gift and run with it. He mostly does gospel music, or at least takes songs and adds a religious twist.
“Music was originally heavenly,” Redman explains. “(Music) started as love songs directed to glorify God.” So he returns songs to those roots.
Some “middle of the road” songs, as he puts it, can be taken in many ways: a simple love song can be heard and remind one of either a sibling, Login to read more