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Canadian singer Matt Maher releases videoclip “All the People Said Amen”

2014-03-21

Few months after releasing his last album, Canadian singer Matt Maher released a new video for his single "All the People Said Amen.”

In this song, Maher compares the Catholic Church to a collage of cultures, etnicities and social classes.

MATT MAHER
Singer and composer
"I think God takes these pieces from all these walks and areas of life and they’re called people, and he puts them together, and he creates a work of art so that the world looks and says ‘man, that’s beautiful.’ Thats’s why I wanted to make this record. That’s why I wanted to capture the Church singing these songs that I’ve written from different seasons and periods in my life, and to put it all together, just to help remind people that we are all part of a really big work of art.”

The album was nominated for a 2014 Grammy for Best Christian Music Album, and was also highly praised by critics and fans.

In his 10 year career, the singer has released six albums. Some feature other world famous Christian singers, like Audrey Assad.

In 2014, Matt Maher will tour the United States and give 12 concerts, where he'll keep talking about God with his music and melodies.


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