One of the most lauded and successful contemporary Christian artists of his generation, Steven Curtis Chapman rose to prominence in the late 1980s with a sound that crossed country and folk influences with soft rock and orchestrated pop. Following early hits like the GMA Dove Award-winning "His Eyes" off 1988's Real Life Conversations, and the title track to 1989's More to This Life, Chapman achieved even wider mainstream recognition, balancing his dedication to his Christian fan base with his knack for radio-friendly hooks. A multiple Grammy winner, including for 1990's For the Sake of the Call and 2004's All Things New, Chapman remains a chart favorite with tens of charting Top Ten Billboard Christian Albums, including 2009's Beauty Will Rise and 2013's The Glorious Unfolding. He's also a contender for taking home the most GMA Dove ...
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