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Birth name  Brenton Gifford Brown
Name  Brenton Brown
Occupation(s)  Worship leader
Role  Musician
Years active  1998–present
Education  University of Oxford

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Born  July 1, 1973 (age 42) Cape Town, South Africa (1973-07-01)
Origin  Malibu, California, U.S.
Genres  Contemporary worship music, Contemporary Christian music
Albums  Everlasting God, Our God Is Near, Hungry, Because of Your Love, Adoration

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Brenton Gifford Brown (born 1 July 1973) is a dual South African and American Christian musician and worship leader. The title track "Everlasting God" on his solo album, Everlasting God was given an award at the ASCAP awards ceremony in 2008.


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Early life

He left South Africa for Oxford, England in his early twenties on a Rhodes Scholarship. While studying politics, philosophy and theology he joined Vineyard Music (UK), serving as worship pastor at the Oxford Vineyard, UK, and eventually as coordinator of the Vineyard (UK) Worship Development Team. His songs, "Lord Reign in Me", "All Who Are Thirsty", "Humble King", "Hallelujah [Your Love is Amazing]" and "Holy", were recorded on the popular Vineyard UK projects during this time.

Music career

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In 2006, he released his first solo album, Everlasting God with Survivor in the UK and rest of the world, and with Sparrow in the United States and Canada. The title track - "Everlasting God" - has gained a lot of popularity within the world of worship music. The song received an award at the ASCAP awards ceremony in London on 15 October 2008. The song written by Brenton Brown and Ken Riley was honoured as one of the most performed songs in the US, during 2007, across all genres. This is the first time that a Christian song has been recognised at this major music awards ceremony. "Everlasting God" has been recorded by other artists, including Lincoln Brewster, Jeremy Camp, and most notably by Chris Tomlin on his 2006 album, See The Morning. Brenton has appeared on numerous live and compilation albums, including events such as Hope 2008 and Mission:Worship. He released his second solo album, Because of Your Love, in 2008.

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In 2009, Brenton was signed to Kingsway Communications. In October 2009, he released Introducing Brenton Brown, an EP. This was followed up in 2010 by the full-length album, Adoration, which contained many of the songs from his independent release Because of Your Love plus the new song "A Thousand Stars". Later in 2010, Brown released his first album of all new material on Kingsway: Our God Is Near. He released his first live solo record God My Rock in 2012. The record was recorded at a Dare2share event in Dayton, OH. It featured six new songs as well as some of Brenton's most popular songs including "Hosanna (Praise is Rising)" and "Everlasting God". It was released by Integrity Music.

Brenton is a co-writer on Third Day's single 'Soul on fire', the title of their 2015 tour. The song spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on Christian Hit Radio. This song was nominated for a Grammy award 2016 in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song category.

Worship Songs

Brown is most well known for his congregational worship songs. Beginning with Vineyard Music UK in the 1990s Brown co-wrote and recorded "All Who are Thirsty", "Lord Reign in Me", "Humble King", "Hallelujah (Your Love is Amazing)" and "Holy". In the 2000s, recording as a Kingsway artist, Brown co-penned and recorded "Hosanna (Praise is Rising)", "Everlasting God", "Because of Your Love" and "God My Rock". Most recently, Brown's song "Soul on Fire", has been recorded by Third Day, featuring All Sons & Daughters. Bethel Music has also released the song "Lion and the Lamb", featuring Leeland Mooring and Brian Johnson on the Bethel album "Have it All".

Family life

Brown has revealed that he and his wife have been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. He now lives in Malibu, California with his wife and two daughters.

Vineyard music albums

  • Come Now Is the Time (1998)
  • Hungry (1999)
  • Surrender (2000)
  • I Love Your Presence (2000)
  • Humble King (2002)
  • Songs 4 Worship: The UK Collection (2003)
  • Lord Reign in Me (2003)
  • Turn It All Down (2006)
  • Holy (2001)
  • Solo albums

  • Everlasting God (2006)
  • Because of Your Love (2008)
  • Our God is Near (2010)
  • Adoration (2010)
  • God My Rock (2012)
  • Kingsway/Integrity

  • Adoration (2010)
  • Our God Is Near (2010; 2011 US)
  • God My Rock (Live) (2012)
  • EPs

  • Introducing Brenton Brown (2009)
  • References

    Brenton Brown Wikipedia

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