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Chris Carder is a story teller, father, musician, and an explorer. Hailing originally from Smyrna, GA and now based out of Louisville Kentucky, he's traveled the world and jammed from government palaces in Indonesia to the deserts of Africa. Most rock stars can't claim that level of commitment to any cause.

Chris Carder does have a cause. He's deeply spiritual, as any listener will immediately deduce from his joyful jams. From the highs, to his sorrowful plains drifter lows—he's singin about, and to the Lord. There seems to be many emotions on display in his John Cougar Mellencamp, Keith Green, classic sound. (source Project Opus Exclusive)

Carder is a christian singer songwriter, worship leader, and passionate advocate for world missions. He has shared the stage with prominent speakers and artists like Andy Stanley, David Edwards, Ryan Dobson, Wes King, Third Day, Big Tent Revival, Geoffe Moore, Casting Crowns, Shaun Groves, and many others.

Chris Carder's current release, simply titled, "Trust" was produced by Mac Powell of Third Day and recorded in Mac's home studio with the aid of Brad Avery (Third Day), Scott Klopfenstein (Vigilantes of Love), Shawn Lewis (Hyper Static Union), Dave Clo (""You're In The Band"", Superchick, Tait, more), Pat Malone, and others.

Chris Carder's musical influences include: Third Day, Stephen Curtis Chapman, Bill Mallonee and the Vigilantes of Love, John Cougar Mellencamp, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Sting, Michael Jackson, James Taylor, Russ Taff, Johnny Cash, Dan Fogelberg, Eagles, Keith Green, and many more.

Strange and Wonderful
Too Much For Me

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