Christian solo artist Jeremy Riley debuts to radio this month with his breakout single, 'So Alive' (Feat. 6th Day Made). The single is available now at digital retailers everywhere including iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon.
While Jeremy Riley is a relatively new act to the Christian music scene, he has shared the stage with many of the music industries biggest names, including Red, Motley Crew, 10Years, Chevelle, Godsmack, and Taproot just to name a few before leaving his secular band 10 years ago.The Michigan-based artist gave his life to the Lord in 2010 and began leading worship for his local church. Through the years he has since lead worship for several churches along with playing in D.C Washington for the Awaken the Dawn Conference.
In 2016, while leading worship for his church, Jeremy Riley was introduced to band member Randy(Doc)Healy, of 6th Day Made. The two began to collaborate over sunday Worship and through that Jeremy was introduced to the rest of the band. It didn't take long for them all to agree to collaborate on a song that Jeremy had written, “So Alive”.
His debut single, “So Alive,” perfectly underscores Jeremy Riley’s testimony on how after 30sec of playing in his first worship service he felt the presence of God come over him and how he never felt “So Alive” afterwards. “It was like an overwhelming encounter with God, and he just removed years of insecurity and baggage from my life and in that moment I Knew why I was given this gift of music.” Says Jeremy Riley when asked how the song was born. Jeremy started as a lead guitarist for the church worship team but quickly transitioned to lead vocalist/guitar leading his own team on Sunday mornings, it wasn't much longer before he began to write and compose his own songs. In 2017, with the help of 6th Day Made, Jeremy was able to record “So Alive” at Castle Studios in Nashville, TN. “Its been a long process to get this song out, but we are very proud of the final result. Its all in God’s timing.`` States Jeremy Riley.
Jeremy is currently in Honduras on a missions trip with his worship team, End of I, sharing his testimony and spreading the gospel through music. Once he returns to the states he will be back in the studio recording for his next single