Austin Bryan French (born February 13, 1994) is an American Christian musician, who plays Christian pop style contemporary worship music. He released his debut single, "Freedom Hymn", through Fair Trade Services on December 8, 2017. The song went on to receive radio play and ultimately peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart.
Transparent Productions is excited to announce Big Daddy Weave’s “Only The Beginning Tour 2022” this fall. The 20-city tour will kick off October 5 in Davenport, IA, and will wrap on November 20 in Myrtle Beach, SC, and feature special guests Austin French and Hannah Kerr. The full tour listing is below and tickets are on sale now – click HERE to purchase and for more information.
SHELDON—RiseFest continues to add to its 2022 lineup with the announcement that Christian singer Austin French will take the stage. The addition of French gives RiseFest seven musical acts and one keynote speaker for the annual two-day Christian music festival scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 10-11, at the RiseFest grounds in Sheldon.
RISE Ministries has announced Austin French as the latest addition to the RiseFest 2022 lineup. “I’m absolutely thrilled to add Austin French to the RiseFest lineup,” RISE Ministries Founder and President Rob Roozeboom said. “It's said that Austin makes music for the broken. We can all feel broken at some point in our journey. In those moments a song can really impact you. His song, "Why God," hits me deeply and I’m grateful that our festival-goers get to worship with Austin this summer.”
Non-Profit concert promoters Texas Arms of Love are bringing Micah Tyler's "Walking Free Tour" to the Cailloux Theater on Thursday. Christian pop star Tyler will be joined by guest artist Austin French, who released his debut single "Freedom Hymn" in 2017 and reached No. 8 on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart.
1. Please tell us how 2020 changed your relationships?. 2020 changed my relationships to be more intentional. I was touring full time playing one hundred shows or more, and to be honest, I was getting to love my neighbor, who was in front of me at shows every night and on the road with me, but I wasn’t getting to love my actual neighbors where my family is planted as much as I would have liked to. In 2020 I got to meet my actual neighbor and spend time with them grilling out, getting coffee, and going on walks around our neighborhood. I got the chance to really get to know and understand the people that I live beside, which has never happened since I’ve had a full time music career. We started worship nights in our cul-de-sac and doing outreach right where we live. I learned that ministry is right in my backyard, so I don’t want to forget that my literal neighbor is just as important as my ministry. I want to be more intentional about where I am planted.