Brandon Heath At Grand Ole Opry
Nashville native, Brandon Heath, was 13 when he received his first guitar and began writing songs. At age 16, he attended a Christian camp where he became plugged into church. Thus he became a Christian artist. He released his first demo independently in 2000 in order to raise money for a new guitar when his was stolen. In 2004, he released the same album titled Early Stuff independently. Later that year, he released another independent album, Soldier.
In 2006, he released his debut album, Don’t Get Comfortable, under the Reunion label with the single, “I’m Not Who I Was,” topping the Hot Christian Songs Chart at No. 1. He released his second album What If We in 2008 including the single, “Give Me Your Eyes,” as his most commercially successful song. In 2010, he played “Love Never Fails” for Carrie Underwood’s first dance at her wedding reception. She chose Heath because she said she was in love with his voice.
His third album, Leaving Eden, debuted at No. 1 on the Hot Christian Albums Chart and earned him three Grammy nominations. Most recently, Heath released BlueMountainwith well-received songs, “Paul Brown Petty,” “Jesus in Disguise,” and “Dyin’ Day.”
Heath made his Grand Ole Opry debut on October 9, 2012.