Brenton Brown, born in South Africa, is a Christian songwriter and worship leader. He was part of Vineyard music (UK), and during this time Brenton has been the worship pastor at Oxford Vineyard, UK, and the coordinator of the Vineyard (UK) Worship Development Team. He has since left Vineyard, having spent some time back home in Cape Town. He lives in Malibu, California with his wife, Jude and is doing a solo career. In 2006 he released his first solo album, Everlasting God.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Petra is a Christian Rock band formed in 1972 by Bob Hartman, Bill Glover, John DeGroff, and Greg Hough. "Petra" means "rock" in NT Greek, making the band name a triple pun. Rising from the jesus music movement, and initially signed to Myrrh Records, they fought to gain acceptance and recognition in a church culture that at the time believed rock music to be off-limits.
Casting Crowns is a Christian band that employs a soft rock music style. The band was created by youth pastor Mark Hall who also serves as a lead vocalist. The band previously served and performed in a youth group in Atlanta. Discovered by, among others, contemporary Christian music legend Steven Curtis Chapman, Casting Crowns got a recording contract and vaulted to popularity in 2003 with songs such as If We Are The Body and Who Am I.
Charlie Peacock (born Charles William Ashworth, August 10, 1956, also goes by Charlie Peacock-Ashworth) is a songwriter, record producer, musician, and writer, best known for his work in the field of Contemporary Christian Music. He was born in Yuba County, California. Ashworth studied at the California State University, Sacramento before becoming a professional musician and is currently working on a Masters degree in Theological Studies at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri.
Noel has been involved in the UK Christian music scene for more than thirty years as a songwriter/artist. Together with his wife Tricia and others, Noel has written many songs, perhaps the best known of which is
Ben is originally from Vancouver, Canada.
He communicates beautifully through the gift of music. He can sing and also plays acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboard, drums and a bit of bass guitar. He has become very popular for his boyish looks and sensational work done with Surreal, his debut band. Due to gaining a position as an intern at Soul Survivor Church in Watford, England, he parted company with the other Surreal boys and left his home and native land of Canada. He now is part of the Worship Central team working alongside Tim Hughes and Al Gordon
Compliments Of Gus are an Australian rock band from Geelong, Victoria.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1. Blaise, pop-punk music 2. Blaise, a christian artist from Belgium 3. Other artists
1) Sierra is a Jazz female singer from Indonesia.
Sierra Soetedjo are a newcomer in the jazz world of Indonesia, who studied vocals at WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts). Sierra also had a guest star in Tompi's album (My Happy Life), where Sierra and Tompi duet in the song Love Letter.
Sierra's debut album titled Only One. 2) Sierra was an American Contemporary Christian music vocal trio, founded in 1992 and quickly signed to Star Song, who released their debut self-titled album in 1994. The group released four albums before breaking up in 2002.
Jeremy Camp, a multi-award winning Christian vocalist and guitarist, was born on January 12, 1978 in Lafayette, Indiana. His thoughtful lyrics and booming voice have earned him legions of fans and accolades including 16 No. 1 songs, five Dove Awards, three ASCAP Songwriter of the Year wins and an American Music Award nomination. Before his music career began, his father (a pastor at Harvest Chapel church in Lafayette) taught his son how to play guitar. After completing high school, Camp attended a bible college in Southern California for two years.