Style: Acoustic/folksy worship; compare to Ray LaMontagne, Damien Rice, Amos Lee
Top tracks: "Son of God," "Sinner," "A Light in the Dark"
Singer/songwriter Jeromy Darling splits his time between a solo career and leading worship at The Rock in Minneapolis. Both passions converge on this vertically-framed that resonates musically with today's top "guy-with-guitar" acts. Darling gives listeners plenty of reasons to raise their hands with a series of praise ballads, though he's also quick to point out personal imperfections in his own spiritual walk. Expect to be both challenged and comforted by these relaxing, folk-dripped acoustic tunes.1
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