Style: The writer of worship songs performed by Lincoln Brewster and Chris Tomlin takes on the performance side of things with his own album.

Top tracks: "Adoration" and "All Who Are Thirsty"

In a nutshell: You may not recognize his name, but you know his songs. Sung in churches all over the world, and recorded by well-known artists like Rebecca St. James, Chris Tomlin, Lincoln Brewster, and Flyleaf's Lacey Mosley, Brown penned songs that are well loved by many. Now setting his own voice to familiar songs like "Everlasting God" and "All Who are Thirsty," Brown brings a new life to worship music with his own arrangements and leading voice. Where we have become accustomed to larger-than-life recordings with layers of sounds, Brown uses humble instrumentation without sacrificing the music's power.

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Introducing Brenton Brown
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Release Date
September 22, 2009
Label
Survivor Records
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