Freddy Redmon was born in Titus County, Texas in the small town of Mount Pleasant. At the age of 6, he and his family moved to Tennessee, making their home in Rickman, near the town of Cookeville. The youngest boy in a family of 16 kids, he picked up a passion for music just like the rest of his brothers and sisters. At the age of 10, Freddy decided that he wanted to have music in his life. After making this decision, he started mowing lawns so he could save enough money to buy his first guitar. With the first chord strummed, he was hooked. Music became a part of his life and has been ever since.
At the age of 18, Freddy began playing on the road with different local bands and later with upcoming country artist J.C. Andersen. He has opened for artist such as Little Texas, Aaron Tippin, David Ball, Cowboy Troy, and more. Throughout his 26 years of experience, he also teaches guitar on the side and writes many songs in his spare time.
In September of 2009, Freddy became married to Hannah Smith Redmon. The two make their home in Cookeville, TN today. Freddy and Hannah Redmon have since turned from the country music lifestyle and now have their own gospel music ministry and love to travel the world spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ! The Redmon's have four children. One boy named Van and three girls named Summer, Autumn, and Leah.
In February of 2014 Freddy Redmon became an ordained minister in TN.
In June of 2017 Freddy was named “Southern Gospel Entertainer of the Year” at Gospel Fest in Dalton, GA. In January of 2018 Freddy had his song, “God’s Not Slipping Around” hit #29 on the top 100 Cash Box Magazine National Chart for Country/Southern Gospel Music. That song was also in the Top 40 of several local radio station charts. In summer of 2022 Freddy’s original song “He is God” hit the top 40 of large market ACCMA chart and is still climbing. It is also in the top 100 on Cash Box Magazine and CBN Cross Country Charts.
You can find music by Freddy on all of the top streaming sites such as ITunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, Spotify, Deezer, iHeart Radio, YouTube, and Reverbnation, as well as many local radio stations across the USA.