An entire professional worship band
on your iPad or iPhone?

Worship Band In Hand - Band in Hand, LLC

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What People Are Saying About Us…

“As a worship leader, who is not the best instrumentalist, Band in hand has made my life so easy!  I’m not afraid to take opportunities to lead by myself because I can now create my playlist and bring my worship band with me on my iPhone!  It’s so easy to use and the tracks sound amazing! Thanks so much for creating an app for worship leaders like me.”
— Kerri Crutchfield, Staff Worship Leader for Life Fellowship Church, Davidson, NC.

“I’ve always imagined something like this existing. A simply inspiring and inspiringly simple way to take things up a notch.”
— Evan Wickham, artist.

“So much of my time as a worship leader is spent creating “tracks” from scratch. Band in Hand has just put hours and hours back on my schedule!”
— Kevin Paige, Worship Leader for Lindenwood Christian Church in Memphis, Tn.

“What a fantastic app for worship leaders! The layout is extremely intuitive, and within a matter of seconds I had shifted a full band track in the mixer page into a more acoustic feel with only bass, light BGVs, and keys.  Worship-Band-In-Hand also has a great library of songs to choose from, to serve a variety of styles.  This is an app that is going to equip worship leaders ranging from staff members to interns. In short, Worship-Band-In-Hand rocks!”
— Jacob Sooter, Music Director for Harvest Bible Chapel in Elgin, IL.

If you haven’t checked out our free app already,
download from the iTunes store!

Worship Band In Hand - Band in Hand, LLC

Every song in our Worship Band in Hand catalog is $5.99 or less for a limited time!
You can even download them from within the app.

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