Georgia native John Waller first caught the attention of the Christian music community as frontman for the fan favorite, According to John (1996-2003). When the group disbanded, Waller moved to Colorado, helped launch Southlink Church and began writing songs that led to a signing a record deal with Beach Street Records/Provident Music Group.
His major label solo debut, The Blessing (2007), earned a Top 10 “Faces to Watch” nod by Billboard while his follow-up, While I’m Waiting (2009), included the poignant title track featured in the Fireproof film, the No. 1 independent film in 2008. The music video to the title track of his As for Me and My House (2011) has received over 5 million views on YouTube alone while the title track of Crazy Faith (2015) was featured in the US News, World Report-lauded film, War Room.
His most recent full album and Radiate Music debut, Explosions of Light (2019), sparked the Christian radio Top 40 favorite, “Awakening (aka The Coffee Song).” more recently, he released his first ever duet with his 16-year-old daughter, sophee, entitled “what my father does” on father’s day. Though the song begins with an ethereal, piano-driven ambiance, it builds into a triumphant, orchestral anthem featuring inspiring harmonies from both Sophee and John, proclaiming “He shows me unfailing, faithful love; it’s what my Father does.”
While not in the studio finishing his latest album set to release late 2021, Waller can be found with his wife and 10 children residing in Atlanta, GA.