Earlier in 2013, Derek Webb released I’m Was Wrong, I’m Sorry and I Love You, and has since taken it out on the road. A polarizing figure, he recorded his live performance from The Apology Tour:

On December 7, 2013 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Derek played the last show of The Apology Tour in support of his latest album, I Was Wrong, I’m Sorry and I Love You. Thanks to Joey Young, the engineer running live sound that night, the show was recorded in its entirety, and is presented here, raw and unedited.

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