Drew lives in Milton, Ontario with his wife and two kids and engages/encourages people to think about how to live out justice & “table”-minded presence in their local context. As an artist and advocate, poet and pastor, songwriter and storyteller… Drew Brown has the heart for connecting with people through music – and it’s evident from the moment you meet him. This multi-award winning artist has spent many years sharing his songs in venues around the world – playing on large festival stages, churches, concert halls, pubs and holding house concerts across the country.
Whether it’s spending time with people (within and outside of the church context) workshopping ideas around social justice and racial reconciliation or producing songs and albums for bands and artists – he’s driven to reach people through the creative arts. And to help with that.. he started the Personic Creative Collective to be a hub for creatives to grow, learn and be resourced. Offering production, photography, music/worship team workshops and a community/support system to assist in launching their projects. No matter the venue, audience or song – connecting people to hope and love, bringing them into a space of community, wonder and gratitude through music and story…. is at the heart of what he does.
Drew recently won 4 GMA/Covenant awards and is currently working on a follow up to his Juno nominated album “Analog Love in Digital Times.”