From their inception, Selah has always been synonymous with hymns. In fact, the understated beauty of the trio’s 1999 debut, Be Still My Soul (Curb), helped initiate a hymn revival in Christian music that is still thriving today. Their discography has significantly re-popularized the church’s greatest songs while decorating the popular group with numerous Dove Awards, number one singles, sold out concert tours and over two and half million albums sold.
Nearly two decades and an impressive list of accolades later, the members of Selah continue to impact lives with their musical gifts. “When I was a child, I felt like God said to me, ‘I want you to help people through music,’” recalls Hall. “I didn’t know what form that would take and that it would end up being a career, but I’m glad it did. I love talking with people after our shows and hearing their stories. That’s why we do this—to encourage them. If we can lighten someone’s burden or help them walk through something even for a moment, I think that’s what God would have us do with our music.”