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While he feels like he’s “just beginning,” Jeremy Camp has 12 years of accolades and accomplishments as a songwriter and recording artist, including four million albums sold, four RIAA Gold albums, a multi-platinum DVD, three American Music Award nominations and a GRAMMY nomination. He’s been a part of more than 25 tours (headlining 18 of those) in the U.S. and has performed in more than 32 countries. Jeremy describes himself as “a minister who happens to play music as a way to minister.”

Over the last year and a half, this ordained minister has experienced a season of artistic growth and musical creativity, evident with his new album, I Will Follow. This eighth studio album, released with Capitol CMG, reveals a new level of versatility and depth. With producer Seth Mosley at the helm, a new sound emerges with a host of guest songwriters including the likes of Mosley and Jason Ingram. “To write with these amazing writers who helped shape the different elements of these songs was just an amazing experience,” he said. “I’ve never done that before. There were no parameters when we were producing and when we were writing. Vocally too, I feel like I’ve never pushed myself this much. I just went for it and said, ‘All right Lord, I am 100 percent in.’ I think I am more excited than ever about what I’m doing.”

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New Album from Jeremy Camp - The Story's Not Over

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Jeremy Camp has released his eleventh studio album, The Story’s Not Over. Camp’s new album has been highly anticipated since the recent release of the lead single, “Dead Man Walking.” Currently at #9 in Christian Airplay, and with 7.9 million streams life-to-date, it is one of the most impactful singles of Camp’s career. The Story’s Not Over is marked by some of his most vulnerable and transparent music to date.

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