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Brandon Heath
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    (July 21, 1978- )
    Born in Nashville, Tennessee
    Christian Pop musician
    Birth name is Brandon Heath Knell
    Best known singles are 'Give Me Your Eyes' and 'I'm Not Who I Was'
    Albums include 'Don't Get Comfortable' (2006), 'What If We' (2008), 'Leaving Eden' (2011), 'Blue Mountain' (2012), 'Christmas is Here' (2013), and 'No Turning Back' (2015)
    Other singles include 'Jesus in Disguise,' 'No Turning Back,' 'Love Never Fails,' 'Your Love,' 'The Light in Me,' and 'Wait and See'
    Nominated for a Gospel Album of the Year Grammy (2009)
    Received 3 Grammy Nominations in assorted Christian Music categories in 2012
    He collects license plates on EBay.
    He is a two-hit Christian Pop wonder.
    He refers to country music as 'a Wal-Mart love story.'
    College Republicans used 'Give Me Your Eyes' for at least one Pro-Iraq War video in 2008.
    He looks like either a cleaned-up Jeremy Scahill or a washed-out Tobey Maguire.
    He is a self-described NASA nerd who watches NASA TV religiously.
    He created his first demo tape after his guitar was stolen; hoping to buy a replacement guitar with the money earned.
    He admitted to having a dysfunctional relation with his parents until he 'heard about Jesus for the first time.'
    He sparked controversy by jokingly claiming to be dating fellow Christian pop star, Mandisa, during a Wally Show Radio interview. She subsequently denied it and made him retract the statement with an apology (Oct. 2012).
    He has toured with MercyMe.
    He is a Norman Rockwell enthusiast.
    He went on faith missions to India and Ecuador.
    He regularly engages with his sizable fan-base.
    He is very active with the Young Life Ministries Summer Camp.
    He dressed as Santa Claus while taking part in JOY: The Christmas Tour.
    He performed at Carrie Underwood's wedding (both she and her fiancé were huge fans).
    He was nominated for four Dove Awards, winning in the category for New Artist of the Year (2008).
    He won three separate Dove Awards for his 'Give Me Your Eyes' single and its album (2009).
    He probably could have carved out a successful career for himself in mainstream pop, but chose to stick with Christian music, rather than treat it as a 'springboard.'
    His No. 1 single, 'I'm Not Who I Was' stayed at the top of Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart for six consecutive weeks.
    His second hit, 'Give Me Your Eyes,' stayed at No. 1 on R&R's Christian CHR chart for 14 consecutive weeks from August to December 2008.

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