Big Daddy Weave’s “Heaven Changes Everything Tour” with Tasha Layton and Hannah Kerr recently wrapped up with two dates in Florida. Photographer Shelley Bressman was at one of the final shows in Pensacola, Florida and captured these photos.
Big Daddy Weave's "Heaven Changes Everything Tour" with Tasha Layton and Hannah Kerr is coming to cities across the country this fall. Beginning September 20 and running through November 5, the tour is produced by Transparent Productions and presented by World Concern.
Big Daddy Weave's Mike Weaver, talks about dealing with grief, their new song "Heaven Changes Everything", & more!
Following the passing of beloved band member Jay Weaver, Big Daddy Weave returns with poignant single “Heaven Changes Everything.” The hopeful anthem, dedicated to their brother and friend, examines the grief of this earthly life in light of eternity. With heaven in plain view, pain is no longer in vein. A tearful song of gratitude, “Heaven Changes Everything” previews the award-winning group’s forthcoming tenth studio album and looks forward to the day when we will all, finally, be home.
Centricity Music break-out artist Katy Nichole and Curb | Word Entertainment group Big Daddy Weave have landed on top of the Billboard Hot Christian Songs Chart this week with “God Is In This Story.”
Transparent Productions is excited to announce Big Daddy Weave's Only The Beginning Tour 2022 this fall. The 20-city tour will kick off October 5 in Davenport, IA, and will wrap on November 20 in Myrtle Beach, SC, and feature special guests Austin French and Hannah Kerr.
Centricity Music artist Katy Nichole and Curb | Word Entertainment band Big Daddy Weave have joined together to release “God Is In This Story” to radio, digital and streaming outlets everywhere. The song is the new radio single for both artists and is being jointly promoted by Centricity Music and Curb | Word Entertainment.
Mike Weaver of Big Daddy Weave checked in with us from the 'All Things New Tour' to talk with us about how the band is honoring his brother Jay Weaver at the shows. Jay passed away from COVID complications earlier this year.
Big Daddy Weave has announced the band will continue its successful All Things New Tour in the spring. The tour line-up will include former Tenth Avenue North frontman, now solo artist, Mike Donehey and worship leader Ryan Ellis on select dates.