Jeremy Horn is an interesting guy. He grew up in Memphis—“Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock-n-Roll”—but his music sounds more like the Beatles than B.B. King or Elvis. He writes songs for the church and songs for the radio—yet his songs are often deeper and more complex than either has traditionally allowed. He lives in a city that is known as much for its racial unrest and inner-city violence as it is the place Elvis called home—yet leads worship at one of the largest multicultural churches in the South, where half the congregation is African-American.