Long before releasing albums and songs like "Song of Hope" and "Hallelujah God is Near," the Robbie Seay Band began gaining a reputation for their honest, unique approach to worship music that ultimately founded the guys’ own life journeys.
Led by Robbie Seay on vocals, the band consists of longtime friends Dan Hamilton, Chase Jenkins and Ryan Owens. Robbie also serves as the group's principal songwriter, and credits the regular time spent in his home church community as the basis for many of the songs he writes. When he’s not on tour, Robbie can probably be found leading worship for several weekly gatherings at Ecclesia Church in Houston, Texas.
Thanks to the success of the aforementioned radio single “Song of Hope (Heaven Come Down)" off of their second album Give Yourself Away (2007), the group enjoyed many accolades including charting #7 on Billboard Magazine’s “Hot Christian Songs” chart. Even as the band continued to expand its sound with this year’s release of the album Miracle, the lyrics have always been the uniqueness that has set Robbie Seay Band’s apart.
“Faith is fairly stale if we’re not active and aware of the need around us,” Robbie shares. “When we go back to Scripture, it’s full of loving the orphans, the widows and the poor, and you look at Jesus and who He was and come away with that.”
Their latest album Rich & Poor (2012), is artistic, beautiful, and very catchy, "I hope my music—and life—somehow may serve to encourage other
believers to be proactive in their faith,” says Robbie. “For it is
only as we bless others and offer grace that faith goes beyond words,
and truly comes alive.”
Call It Grace