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Jeff Arrandale


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Jeff Arrandale is a Christ following worship leader, singer-songwriter, and performer from Norwalk, IA. He has been writing and leading worship music since the mid-90’s. In addition to leading worship in Central Iowa and Northern Missouri churches, he and his band perform at fairs, concerts, festivals, and other venues. He has also led worship bands on short-term missions trips to Brazil, Canada, and SE Asia.


Jeff first recorded originals in 2003 with "Roman’s Road." He next recorded in 2008 with the band "Certainty," and after signing with Nashville music producer Art Ward of Century Music Group in 2010, Jeff traveled to Nashville where he recorded his first solo project called “Not Here for Me,” which was released in 2012.


His latest project, the EP “Merciful Ways,” was released in mid-2016 and there are plans for a follow-up EP to be released sometime in 2018.


Jeff’s musical influences range from singer-songwriters Lennon and McCartney, James Taylor, Billy Joel, and Tom Petty as well as Christian artists Chris Tomlin, David Crowder, Matt Maher, and Paul Baloche. It’s been said his songs bear resemblance to 80’s pop and rock with all most influenced by the Truth that is God’s word.


Jeff’s testimony is that of the Prodigal Son (Luke15:11-31). He accepted the free gift of eternal salvation by believing on Jesus as a grade school student. Through a set of circumstances he allowed himself to be lured away from the truth and to live according to the world and his own strength and wisdom (or lack thereof). But as a child of God, he was not given up on. He felt a constant pull from the Holy Spirit to return to his faith. At the urging of a friend, he attended a Promise Keepers event in Minneapolis in the mid-90’s. That was where he reconnected with God. He’s been fearfully working out his salvation since.


Jeff is hopeful God will continue to use him and his music ministry as a testament of His love for all. He looks forward to serving with and through the church for His glory.

For the Lord.