Greg LaFollette (luh▪︎Fall▪︎it)
Greg LaFollette is a musician and producer in Nashville,TN. He is the resident artist at a local church plant, Grace Story Church, and serves as their director of arts and liturgy.
LaFollette has been involved in more than one hundred records in his career. He has worked with Andrew Peterson, Audrey Assad, Waterdeep, Matt Wertz, Robbie Seay Band and many others. His last record, Do Not Destroy, an album of congregational worship songs centered around themes of lament and hope, garnered attention in churches around the US. It featured Leslie Jordan of All Sons and Daughters and was supported by a tour with Indelible Grace. LaFollette has had multiple placements in international advertising campaigns with his band Trouvere, and has written many songs that have appeared on others’ records. His passion to serve is palpable: “I’m always grateful when I hear that a song I have written for me or my people is useful for someone else. Whether it is sung by a congregation in a church service or given as a gift to a grieving friend, I hope my music feels trustworthy while still telling the truth.” Known for his vulnerable and veracious vocal approach, simple and effective production, and beautiful melodic sense; LaFollette wants his music to be a reminder to the church that what unites it is greater than what divides it. “May my music be an open door, assuring people that they are wanted and welcome; that there is a place for them.”