Formed in 2007 as a mainstream pop band, today Stars Go Dim is the moniker for Christian pop artist and songwriter Chris Cleveland. After years at the helm of an acclaimed independent secular band and more than a decade leading worship at Tulsa’s Asbury United Methodist Church—one of America’s largest congregations—Cleveland found success in the Christian format with his self-titled debut album. The singer has garnered three Top 5 hits and a massive No. 1 radio smash with “You Are Loved.”
As Chris Cleveland (lead singer) explains it "We are all part of a love story. One of God's love for his people and His love for each one of us. Thinking about society and the world today we are divided on so many things. Politics. Race. Religion. We have opinions on everything and everyone. We are told who to be, what to think, how to feel, even what our bodies should look like. This is not the plan that God had for this world. He loved us so much that He sent His son to live, die and physically rise and walk out of a grave. And He gives us that same promise, so that we can join this love story that God has been telling since the beginning. This all starts with knowing just how much our heavenly Father loves us."
Stars Go Dim has toured with for KING & COUNTRY, Lauren Daigle and Phil Wickham, among others, and has been featured on the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular. Poised to release new music throughout 2018, Stars Go Dim’s latest singles, “Heaven On Earth,” and "I Look To You (feat. Social Club Misfits)" are available now at all digital service providers.
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