NEELY becomes the 1st US act to join the

Global Grassroots Worship Revolution*


As well as being the home of country music,

Nashville, Tennessee is the home of

husband and wife duo NEELY. 

Intriguingly, Jeremy and Kaci Neely opted not to record in one of Music City’s vast array of studios but instead decided to travel 4000 miles across the Atlantic ocean to record a new collection of songs in Sheffield, England.

The couple, who have been touring their blend of faith-infused country/rock/pop internationally since 2008 joined forced with Homegrown Worship; a fresh new label and community born in the UK in 2018. The movement now has more than 50 writers, artists and churches signed up to share new songs.

‘We love the heart of Homegrown’ says Jeremy, 45. It’s so refreshing to see a community of singers/songwriters/worship leaders link arms and work to elevate one another. It’s so rare to find this in this day and age!”


The song Whisper was co-written with Loulita Gill who is fast becoming one of the UK’s most popular new worship artists. It touches upon the Creator verse the created. Simply standing silently in the beauty of His creation and hearing that still soft voice whisper to your broken heart

Having toured the US, UK, Netherland and South Africa in 2019, a fresh collection of faith-filled worship is eagerly anticipated.  With half a dozen US acts already working with Homegrown Worship for releases 2020, NEELY look set to be trailblazing for a new wave of Kingdom mission.

Alongside a collective of music releases over the past twelve years, Jeremy’s autobiography Falling Down talks openly about his former struggles with substance abuse and testifies passionately about finding healing and redemption through Jesus’ love. 

NEELY’s debut release with Homegrown Worship Whisper is out on Thursday, February 13th 2020 on all major streaming platforms. 

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About The Author

My journey in music began in 1996 after being invited to join the worship band at All Saints, Ecclesall in Sheffield. I only knew 3 chords at the time and soon learned I wouldn’t need to know too much more for most Sunday services. My friend Robin then showed me how to program a drumbeat on Cubase and I’ve been a certified music production addict for 21 years. As well…

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