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Brandon Heath Bio

Brandon Heath is a contemporary Christian musician from Nashville, Tennessee. He has released two studio albums: Don't Get Comfortable (2006) and What If We (2008). He is best known for the number-one hits "I'm Not Who I Was" and "Give Me Your Eyes". He was four-times nominated at the Dove Awards of 2008 and won in the "New Artist of the Year" category.

Heath began his career by writing songs as a teenager. His first independently released album, Early Stuff (2004), was a compilation of his earlier songwriting. After also releasing Soldier in 2004, he signed with Reunion Records to release his first main studio album, Don't Get Comfortable, in late 2006. The album's first single, "Our God Reigns", received a Dove Award nomination in 2007. Brandon Heath's song "I'm Not Who I Was" was a number one hit, staying on top of Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart for several weeks. It received two Dove nominations, including "Song of the Year". Heath returned in mid-2008 with a second project: What If We. Its first single "Give Me Your Eyes" was released in July 2008 and has also been a successful number-one song on Christian radio.

Brandon Heath was born Brandon Heath Knell in Nashville, Tennessee. While growing up in Nashville, Heath was given a guitar as a Christmas gift. By the age of 13 he began writing his first songs. He had grown up as a nonreligious person, but was invited to the attend a Christian Young Life camp as a teenager. While attending the camp, Heath said he "heard about Jesus for the first time", noting that "it was Young Life that showed me Christ and got me plugged in to a church".

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandon_Heath 

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