The history of Unsearchable Riches reaches back 10 years, when Jeremy Sorensen (lead singer, piano-player) started the musical endeavor.

Since that time, the music has evolved and grown into a piano driven pop/rock sound that brings together a diverse audience of young, old, and somewhere in between.

Unsearchable Riches has had the pleasure of playing live around the country. Focusing mainly on the east coast, UR has performed hundreds of concerts at various venues and festivals (including Creation East), and has opened for artists such as Mercy Me, Audio Adrenaline, FFH, Avalon, among many other national and indie acts. 

UR was featured in CCM magazine for 12 months following the band's development deal with Forefront Records (home to dc Talk, Toby Mac) and also signed a "letter of intent" with Reunion Records (Michael W. Smith). UR's progress with the labels was cut short and the band has been independent since. 

UR has sold thousands of CDs and released 3 projects including 2004's "Songs to be Sung" including tracks done with Forefront Records and producer John Mark Painter (Sixpence None the Richer, Ben Folds), and other demos produced by the likes of Ian Eskelin (Francesca Battistelli, Stellar Kart, etc) from All Star United.

Their latest full length project was 2006's "Put Your Heart Where Your Head Is" which includes the song Pretty Good Night, Say Hey, and a cover of Michael W. Smith's song "For You."

Since then, UR has released the single "Let Your Light Shine" (originally by Hillsong Kids) and Jeremy and wife Kimberly released a duo Christmas project.

Ephesians 3:8 is the verse in the Bible from which the band's name stems; it reads, Although I am less than the least of all God's people, this grace was given to me; to preach to the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ.

UR hopes to encourage and up-lift those who listen by creating relative and inspiring music representing the message of Jesus.