BEC Recordings’ artist Jeremy Camp was awarded his fourth RIAA Gold Certified album for Beyond Measure last week in Nashville, TN.  The celebration was held at his booking agency, Paradigm, and he was awarded his Gold album by Tooth & Nail Records/BEC Recordings’ President Brandon Ebel.  This certification follows his first GRAMMY nomination, his second American Music Award nomination and his 19th No. 1 Radio single. In addition to his Gold Record, BEC Recordings’ General Manager Tyson Paoletti presented Jeremy Camp with a commemorative plaque honoring over three million albums sold in his career.
“It is an overwhelming joy to see how the Lord has been faithful even though I am undeserving of it,” shared Camp on this career milestone. “I just want to continue to seek Him in all that I do, and want to always remember that it’s the Lord doing the work…not me! I’m so thankful for those who have stood by my side with much prayer and encouragement.”

Celebrating with Camp was his wife Adrienne, manager Matt Balm, Bill Hearn CEO of EMI Christian Music Group and team members, Mike Snider and his team from Paradigm booking agency and Jeremy’s band.

This achievement precedes Camp’s upcoming studio release that is set for August 24, 2010, a worship-themed album titled We Cry Out – The Worship Project.  Produced again with award-winning producer Brown Bannister, Camp co-wrote with notable worship artists such as Matt Maher, Reuben Morgan (Hillsong) and Brenton Brown. More information will be coming soon on this anticipated release.

BEC Recordings’ artist Jeremy Camp was awarded his fourth RIAA Gold Certified album for Beyond Measure last week in Nashville, TN.  The celebration was held at his booking agency, Paradigm, and he was awarded his Gold album by Tooth & Nail Records/BEC Recordings’ President Brandon Ebel.  This certification follows his first GRAMMY nomination, his second American Music Award nomination and his 19th No. 1 Radio single. In addition to his Gold Record, BEC Recordings’ General Manager Tyson Paoletti presented Jeremy Camp with a commemorative plaque honoring over three million albums sold in his career.

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About Jeremy Camp: Since his debut BEC Recordings’ project in 2002 (Stay), Jeremy Camp has made a definitive mark in the industry with his ability to compose hit songs and capture audiences of all ages selling more than three million records.  Following his Gold-selling debut, Camp has released five additional studio projects, which have garnered a total of four RIAA Gold-selling albums.  Camp has also been awarded with a RIAA Multi-Platinum Certification of his long-form video and worship project Live Unplugged. With 19 career No. 1 radio hits under his belt, Jeremy Camp is clearly a powerhouse on the radio waves nationwide across all formats (CHR, AC, INSPO, and Rock).  This GRAMMY-nominated artist has also been honored with two American Music Award nominations, three ASCAP Christian Music Awards “Songwriter of the Year” (2008, 2006, 2005) including “Song of the Year” (2006) and multiple Dove-nominations and five awards. In addition, Camp ended the decade with Billboard recognition as the No. 3 Christian Artist of the Decade.  Camp also had five songs in the Billboard Top 50 Christian Songs of the Decade.

L to R: Mike Snider (Paradigm), Bill Hearn (CEO of EMI CMG), Matt Balm (Flatout Entertainment), Tyson Paoletti (GM of BEC Recordings), JEREMY CAMP,
Brandon Ebel (President Tooth & Nail Records / BEC Recordings)

Photo Credit – Aaron Crisler / The Judy Nelon Group
L to R: Mike Snider (Paradigm), Matt Balm (Flatout Entertainment),
JEREMY CAMP, Brandon Ebel (President Tooth & Nail Records / BEC Recordings)
Photo Credit – Aaron Crisler / The Judy Nelon Group

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