Jeremy was taught to play guitar by his father, the pastor of harvest chapel Church. After graduating from high school, the singer attended a Christian college, where his talent was noticed by one of the worship ministers and invited him to participate in the ministry. After some time, Jeremy was already leading the glorification and playing in many cities in Southern California.
In 2005, Christian Today magazine recognized Jeremy as the best performer. In the same year and the following year, he was awarded the title of "Composer of the Year" according to ASCAP and the dove award as the best vocalist of the year. Two of his albums "Stay " and" carried me: the worship project " received gold status. During his musical career, he was also awarded the titles of "Favorite Artist" and" Favorite Vocalist".
Jeremy Camp albums
In 2006, a special edition of his already well-known album "Restored" is released, supplemented with four new songs and a video message to the audience. Jeremy is producing his wife's album "Don'twait", which was released in September this year. In October of the same year, the album "beyond measure" was presented, which received the status of "gold". In 2007, a CD and DVD of the "live unplugged"concert tour were released. And already in 2008, a new album "Speaking Louder Than Before" was recorded, in 2009 - "Jeremy Camp Live".
In May 2011, the first book published by the singer is published. It's called "I still believe". In this book, Jeremy talked about his life, his childhood, how the Lord leads him through life, and what trials he had to go through. On March 13, 2012, the singer recorded the CD "I still believe: the number One's Collection", which collected all the most popular songs. In September 2012, the CD "Christmas: God with us" is released, and at the beginning of the following year – "Reckless".
On October 21, 2000, Jeremy married Lynn Hennings. But soon after the wedding, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and on February 5 of the following year, she died. The first song that the singer recorded after this loss was "I Still Believe". In December 2003, he remarried Adrienne King. In 2004, the family had their first daughter, Isabella Rose, and in 2006, Arianna may. In 2011, the family had a boy Egan Thomas.