Some artists create work that transforms us. Some songs carry truth that disarms us. Voices break. Walls crumble. God speaks. We listen.
Andrew Ripp is one of those artists, tuned into the mystery, ready to bear witness. A songwriter’s songwriter, Andrew has been putting his time in for years, writing himself into hope, as he tells us, writing himself into where he wants to be, and he’s finally arriving. This past year, his song “Jericho” climbed the charts for 32 weeks to reach number #1 in early 2021, landing him a KLove Radio Fan Award nomination for “Artist of the Year” and “Song of the Year.” He just dropped the follow up single, “Rejoice” and his new record, Evergreen, is out May 14.
Fanfare aside, the songs say it all. On Our Story Our Song Andrew takes us back to the basics — acoustic guitar, cup of coffee and a campfire.
Our Story Our Song presents Andrew Ripp with Dean Berner, performing live on Randy Travis’ old farm just a Sunday’s drive outside of Nashville. Subscribe, like and comment for more behind the scenes exclusives.
Our Story Our Song Episode 4
Featuring Andrew Ripp and Dean Berner
Jericho – Andrew Ripp (BMI) / Ethan Hulse (BMI)
Back to Brooklyn – Andrew Ripp (BMI) / Ethan Hulse (BMI)
Rejoice Andrew Ripp (BMI) / Ethan Hulse (BMI)
Our Story Our Song was directed by Kate Tucker and produced by Consensus Digital Media in partnership with Remedial Media.
- Producer – Jessie English
- Editor – Eric Feigenbaum
- Director of Photography – Sarah Jane Holbrook
- First AC – Kali Bailey
- Sound Engineer – Paul Andrews
- Gaffer – David Lowe
- Production Assistant – Taryn Lytle
Special thanks to Al Andrews, Alea Capaldi, Brenda Willis, and Ryman the Dog