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Jeremy Camp – A Christian Music Artist’s Journey to Success


In this interview with Fox News Jeremy Camp shares how he overcame an impoverished childhood and reignited his faith. He also talks about Reckless, his new released album and the latest full-length record which is available in the music stores since February 12! Camp is excited to share what God has been doing in his life on this new album!

Since the release of his debut album (Stay) in 2002, BEC Recordings’ Jeremy Camp has had an outstanding career with 25 No. 1 radio singles across all formats, four RIAA Gold-selling studio albums, including that debut, a GRAMMY® nominated project and many more accolades.

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Jeremy Thomas Camp (born January 12, 1978) is a contemporary Christian musician from Lafayette, Indiana. Camp has released seven albums, four of them RIAA-certified as Gold and two are live albums, and 17 number-one hit songs. His original music is a mixture of ballads and rock.

Camp most recently received his 25th No. 1 single with “Overcome” from his album We Cry Out: The Worship Project. This single has spent 5 weeks at the top on the Inspo chart and continues to climb on AC and CHR formats.

Watch Overcome below or click on this link.

Camp and his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp (born October 7, 1979), were married on October 21, 2000. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and died on February 5, 2001, when he was 23 and she was 21. Some of his early songs reflect the emotional ordeal of her illness. “I Still Believe” was the first song he wrote after her death. “Walk By Faith” was written during their honeymoon.

In December 2003, he married Adrienne Liesching, former frontwoman for The Benjamin Gate. They have two daughters and one son: Isabella ‘Bella’ Rose Camp (born September 25, 2004), Arianne ‘Arie’ Mae Camp (born April 5, 2006), and Egan Thomas Camp (born August 17, 2011). In 2009 Adrienne and Jeremy Camp had announced that they were expecting a child, but three months into her pregnancy Adrienne lost the baby. Camp is also an ordained minister.

(Excerpts from Wikipedia)

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