Tyler Childers – Angel Band (Jubilee Version) (Official Video)

Tyler Childers – Angel Band (Jubilee Version) (Official Video)

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31 Responses

  1. Jarrett Lutz says:

    Hes original and feels like he sings from about 5 miles deep inside his soul. I can relate to so many of his songs. God bless him

  2. aarnold1585 says:

    It has been a long time since I believed in an afterlife but I still can not convey the emotional response I feel from hearing a prominent country musician, raised in small-town Kentucky, sing a song about Jewish, Muslim, Catholic, and Amish peoples all going to the same promised land. This man gives me hope for a better tomorrow.

    • Cody Walden says:

      @idahoduckhunter beautifully said my brother, God bless you

    • Edited says:

      @idahoduckhunter “Tyler Childers is an awesome songwriter but his theology is off and matches the world’s heart and not God’s heart.”

      This seems an unnecessary dichotomy to me. I consider it unreasonable to expect bibles and miracles of the past to be the totality of data necessary to come to a “correct” “theology.” That approach only serves to shut-down further communication. Communication, the exact sort of human interaction God seems to prefer working through. It would be unreasonable of such a thoroughly clever entity to expect fallible humans to reliably pass on a set of important rules that would continue to make sense to future generations, living in societies that would seem alien to even the wildest imaginative minds of the past.

      “God” and “The world/collective humanity” are incomprehensible concepts to our individual minds, I’d suggest leaving them to hash out their differences between themselves.
      I personally prefer to focus on giving my neighbors the peaceful self-esteem to allow the loving spirit of God to guide their contributions to a world we shouldn’t be so eager to turn our backs on.

    • Edited says:

      Whoops got distracted by the conversation and forgot to make the first response I thought of. I was happy to see this is currently the top comment because I relate so hard. The grin I got from seeing his vision of “heaven” pushed the welling up tears down my cheeks. This world has a chance.

    • Edited says:

      @Madison Bouse I was going to be less gracious about it. Thank you for beating me to it and reminding me it’s always worth pausing to reconsider an approach to every interaction, if you have the time. (And I dare say most of us do, if we can find the patience.)

      Edit: Sorry I indulged a little bit anyways. Hope a little thoughtful debate doesn’t corrupt the hopeful vibes of this thread.

  3. Lori Lorenz says:

    I had a feeling he was going this direction.. if it isn’t a full gospel album it’s at least going to deal with spirituality. This is incredible!

    • Chief 2piece says:

      If every head will bow and every mouth confess dosnt that kinda save everyone?

    • Trebor Jobe says:

      I’m okay with this

    • Mitch 304 says:

      @Johnny Ringo and Yeshua himself said “no one comes unto the Father except through me” but in the end “EVERY knee shall bow and EVERY tongue will confess that Yeshua is Lord” so if his mercy is extended to all despite them not calling on him in their lives, they would surely confess him as King and only then could ol’Tyler’s version be true…but they wouldn’t be using any title like Baptist or Muslim or Catholic anymore…just His children

    • Eli Brannon says:

      @Johnny Ringo looks like someone done walked over your grave

  4. Lachlan Neville says:

    Listen, folks, you don’t release a 6 minute gospel epic in 2022 at the height of your country music career because you’re selling out. This is where he’s at, and that’s beautiful. And he’s not telling anyone anything, either. Whether or not you believe in God, this is a song about his own experience and what his own faith means to him. So at this point, I’m basically on board with anything this man does. I wouldn’t care if he released an album tomorrow that was comprised entirely of new age synth spoken word gobbledygook, I’d listen to it.

    Also, the production is darn fantastic and the vocal performance is Stapleton tier. We are lucky to be around while this artist is releasing music.

  5. James Scott says:

    Childers is about to come out swingin’. The sound and production on just that small clip has got me so stoked!!

  6. Magnolia Slim says:

    A dear sweet lady I know gained her wings yesterday. Now I’m listening to this song over and over with tears in my eyes!

  7. Anna Giesler says:

    Tyler humming the Safe Auto jingle could be released, and I’d listen on repeat for months. This is above and beyond, I can’t wait!

  8. WVrocker6 says:

    If they don’t play this song at my funeral, I’m not going.

  9. Danette Beavers says:

    Hot damn; “Hallelujah! Jubilee,” indeed. This production soars with pristine, rich textures and dynamics that perfectly support the pained, conflicted worship that Tyler’s voice so brilliantly conveys. For the many of us whose worship is often pained and conflicted, the idea of Jubilee (a time of rest and reconciliation) is much needed. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Tyler Childers, for writing this song. I hope this clarion call reaches all the world.

    • Paul Mab says:

      @Cryptic Except I can see what happens to a drug addled person with my own two eyes. Your salvation is a promise made without substantiation. If you could substantiate your promises, proselytizing would actually work.
      Edit: And just because you consider it necessary, doesn’t mean it isn’t a scare tactic.

    • Cryptic says:

      @Matt Britton Preaching the truth is not a scare tactic. It is no different than telling a man that his drug use will end up killing him.

    • Matt Britton says:

      @Cryptic trying to use scare tactics by “preaching” damnation in YouTube comments is a terrible way to try and reach anyone. I want no part of the message or rhetoric you are talking about.

  10. John Tyler says:

    Comments on here almost made me tear up. A lot of love on here. That’s got to make Tyler proud. Wish everyone and awesome day! Now I’m gonna go listen again!

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