Definitely a favorite from Hillsong’s No Other Name album – this song is a great anthem and fun to sing. Hillsong does this in C on the album, which is too high for my voice. I prefer to use key of G chords and play with a capo on the 4th fret (open key is B), and that’s how I’ve played and taught the song.
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Iconic song from the All Of The Above Hillsong album. This one is led by Brooke Fraser on the album in the key of D, but you can play it in G for a male lead.
Our version of this song is almost identical to the Tomlin version – we just shortened the intro a bit.
One of my favorite Chris Tomlin songs ever, and that’s saying something 🙂
A classic contemporary worship song – this one is still relevant today and is sung in countless churches. I play/teach it using key of G chords with a capo on the 2nd fret.
This is a great song from the Hillsong Worship album ‘No Other Name’.
In our acoustic arrangement, we really simplified this song to make it more accessible. There is a fingerpicking part that runs throughout the song that is pretty simple to play if you’re new to fingerpicking.
This is a very simple arrangement of the old hymn. It would work well for an acoustic or other intimate setting, but can also be adapted and scaled up for a full band.
Hosanna is an older song (from 2007) written by Brooke Fraser. It remains one of Hillsong’s most popular songs ever, and is still and awesome song to put into your worship services. It seems to never get old. We have tutorials and song videos in both E (album version) and G (male lead version)
This Is Amazing Grace is a great song written by Phil Wickham, Jeremy Riddle, and Josh Farro. It works well as an opener, or as a 2nd song after a higher energy opener. Very singable and easy to learn as well.
Cornerstone – Hillsong Live resources. Includes tutorial video, chord charts, strumming patterns, chord diagrams, and song video.
This song is featured on Tomlin’s Burning Lights album and features an awesome rap by Lecrae. The subject of Lecrae’s rap comes straight from Ezekiel 37:1-14 (Valley of Dry Bones), and it fits well with the song as a whole. If you can pull off the rap, it’s a very, very cool element to put in your worship services. If not, you can easily shorten the rap section and make it an instrumental section if you’d like.