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United States - Tennessee


Receiving and giving back to God through authentic, passionate worship; that is the heart of Tennessee worship band Visible Worship. A product of Visible Music College in downtown Memphis TN, the band was brought together in the Fall of 2014, they have been honing their musical skills with the drive to deliver a message of authenticity to their audience in a way that is honest and relatable.

With a summer 2015 tour already in the works Visible Worship has been working hard rehearsing their live set as well as writing for their up coming EP, set to release Spring of 2015. Featuring new members, Angelica Adorno on vocals and acoustic guitar, Roman Diaz on keys and vocals, Eric Albers on guitar and vocals, Clay Carmody on electric guitar, Wyatt Braden on Bass, and Kevin Stephens on drums their eclectic tastes are blended together to produce an unique take on modern worship.

The band has been working hard to push themselves to live up to their musical potential and are excited to bring their own sound to this project in 2015, but it is about more than just the music. It is about showing people what it means to be a true worshiper of Jesus Christ “Worship is my passion,” says Adorno, “I try to live a lifestyle of worship…that can be either worshipping God through song or through obedience to Him in every area of my life.”

It is a goal of the band to be a genuine, humble example for their audience. They want to be seen as “lead worshipers” rather than worship leaders. As well as recording and playing out the band will also be working with Visible Music College to train Churches in producing high-quality worship music. They want to take the training they have had and be able to give back by equipping local Church’s to do the same. Braden puts it this way, “I believe each of us has been put on earth to affect as many lives as possible. My plan is to use Visible Worship as a tool to interact with and influence people in a positive way.”

Overall, Visible Worship strives to be an example of authentic, passionate worship in a way that isn’t cliché or self-centered, all while being a part of the community they aim to serve. Hear their message loud and clear on their new Spring 2015 releasee and catch them in Memphis or on the road this summer.