Bethel, or Bethel Music, is an American Christian band founded by Brian Johnson and Jenn Johnson, in 2001, with songwriters and worship leaders from Bethel Church, based in Redding, California.
“There’s No Other Name” was sung here by Hannah McClure, one of the songwriters, who performed a version in the key of G sharp (G#), one note higher than the original track on the “Starlight” album by guest vocalist, Francesca Battistelli-Goodwin.
“For The One,” sung by Jenn Johnson, first appeared on the “After All These Years” studio album by Brian & Jenn Johnson, released on January 27, 2017. On the “Starlight” album, the song was performed by Jenn Johnson in the key of D flat major (Db), one note lower than the original.
For the official website, see Bethel.
Here is a partial list of Bethel vocalists past and present.
Chris Quilala (Jesus Culture)
Jonathan David Helser
Kari Jobe-Carnes (Gateway Worship)
Kim Walker-Smith (Jesus Culture)
Leeland Mooring (Leeland)
In 2001, Leah Mari Johnson, younger sister of Brian Johnson, married Gabe Valenzuela.
On October 20, 2009, Chris Quilala and Kim Walker, Jesus Culture worship leaders, were featured on the live debut album, “Here Is Love.”
On January 16, 2011, Amanda Falk married Jacob Cook,
On June 13, 2016, Bethel Church parted ways with William Matthews, former worship leader, due to the singer’s allegations of racism against President Donald Trump.
2009: Here Is Love
2011: Be Lifted High
2012: The Loft Sessions
2013: For The Sake Of The World
2013: Without Words
2014: Tides Live
2014: You Make Me Brave
2015: We Will Not Be Shaken
2015: Without Words – Synesthesia
2016: Have It All
Brian & Jenn Johnson: 2001: Undone
Brian & Jenn Johnson: 2006: We Believe
Brian & Jenn Johnson: 2008: Where You Go, I Go
Brian & Jenn Johnson: 2017: After All These Years
Brian Johnson: 2010: Love Came Down