Curb Records artist Hannah Kerr unveils vulnerable standout, “If I Were You”

Hannah Kerr - "If I Were You"
Hannah Kerr - "If I Were You" |

Nashville, Tenn. (March 22, 2024) — Curb Records recording artist Hannah Kerr unveils vulnerable standout, “If I Were You,” today (3/22) — listen HERE. The transparent track was penned by Kerr, Jonathan Gamble and Matt Morrisey, and produced by her brother, GRAMMY® Award winner Josh Kerr (for KING + COUNTRY).

“It’s taken me a long time to realize that God isn’t going to ever give up on me. He’s so patient with my brokenness and so loving even when I don’t feel lovable. I’m SO grateful that He’s the One in control and not me,” shares Kerr of the message behind her new song. “I try so hard to hold onto control because I convince myself that control brings peace. But I know that’s not true! It’s so much better when we just let God have our worries, our wounds, and our fears. Hope this song resonates with you.”

Accentuated by warm strings, the ballad finds Kerr pondering the undeniable power of Christ while underscoring her humanity as she wonders what it would be like if the roles were reversed between a loving Father and His imperfect child. An intimate vocal delivery, Kerr carries a spirit of gratitude as she confesses, “Thank God You’re God and I’m not.” The heartfelt selection arrives in advance of her sophomore studio set, coming late Summer 2024.

Further previewing her forthcoming album, the singer/songwriter previously dropped testimony-driven track “Changed.” Last week, she premiered an official music video for “Changed” that puts a stunning visual to the transformation that takes place when we put our faith in Jesus — watch the vibrant clip HERE.

Kerr will continue to give fans a glimpse into the new music she’s been working on this spring as she once again joins friends and labelmates Big Daddy Weave on the road for the “Heaven Changes Everything Tour.” The 30-city outing kicked off in Jonesboro, Ark., on Wednesday night (3/20) and will run through the end of July.

Stream or purchase “If I Were You” HERE. For more information, visit

Hannah Kerr Spring 2024 Tour Dates Supporting Big Daddy Weave on the “Heaven Changes Everything Tour”:

3/20 — Jonesboro, AR
3/21 — Metairie, LA
3/22 — West Monroe, LA
3/23 — Austin, TX
3/24 — Cleburne, TX
4/17 — Amarillo, TX
4/18 — Roswell, NM
4/19 — Las Cruces, NM
4/20 — Phoenix, AZ
4/21 — Oceanside, CA
4/24 — Salem, OR
4/25 — Garden City, ID
4/26 — Bend, OR
4/27 — Grants Pass, OR
4/28 — Merced, CA
6/5 — White Pine, TN
6/6 — Beavercreek, OH
6/7 — Kannapolis, NC
6/8 — Rustburg, VA
6/9 — Fayetteville, NC
6/19 — Liberty, MO
6/20 — Beatrice, NE
6/21 — Arden Hills, MN
6/22 — Florissant, MO
6/23 — Brandon, MS
7/17 — Hartland, WI
7/18 — Frankenmuth, MI
7/19 — South Bend, IN
7/20 — Marion, IL
7/21 — Eagle River, WI

About Hannah Kerr:
Curb recording artist/songwriter Hannah Kerr has over 146 million career streams, including her Top 15 hit “Warrior,” Top 20 “Split The Sea,” and Top 30 “Same God.” Co-written by Kerr, along with Matt Maher, “Your Love Defends Me” propelled her to win the award for Most Played Song at the 2018 ASCAP Christian Awards. Kerr has shared the stage with fellow Christian artists, including Big Daddy Weave, Casting Crowns, Matt Maher, for KING + COUNTRY, Newsboys, and Kari Jobe. A graduate of Belmont University with a degree in Christian Leadership, Hannah Kerr married songwriter/musician Jason Earley in March 2020. Kerr and her husband currently reside in Nashville.

About Curb Records:
Celebrating 60 years in business, Curb Records is one of the world’s leading independent music companies. Owned and operated by Mike Curb since 1964, Curb Records has achieved 435 number one records, over 1,500 Top Ten records and charted over 4,500 total records. With over a half century in operation, Curb Records has been influential in the careers of some of the biggest names in music, including: Tim McGraw, Hank Williams Jr., Rodney Atkins, Lee Brice, LeAnn Rimes, The Judds, Dylan Scott, Sawyer Brown, for KING & COUNTRY, Wyn Starks, Kelsey Hart, Dan Bremnes, We Are Messengers, Wynonna, Lyle Lovett, Big Daddy Weave, Natalie Grant, Jo Dee Messina, Hannah Ellis, Mo Pitney, Hal Ketchum, and Desert Rose Band, among many others.