(Nashville, Tenn.) July 16, 2009 – Brandon Heath, Christian music’s Male Vocalist of the Year, garners his third career radio No. 1 single this week with “Wait And See.” Topping Billboard’s Christian AC Indicator chart, “Wait And See,” is the second single released from Heath’s GRAMMY-nominated sophomore album What If We, following the blockbuster, Dove Award Song of the Year smash “Give Me Your Eyes.”
Heath first landed atop AC radio in 2007 with “I’m Not Who I Was” from his debut album Don’t Get Comfortable. Like his breakout song, Heath’s current hit shares truly personal lyrics with listeners, but proves to be extremely relatable to the masses.
He states, ‘“Wait And See” is probably the most autobiographical song I’ve ever written. But I think that anybody can relate to this song, and be encouraged to know that God has a plan for us, even if we still feel like a failure at times.”
“Wait And See” follows the phenomenally successful path blazed by What If We’s first single, “Give Me Your Eyes,” which captured 14 weeks at No.1 on Billboard’s Hot Christian AC radio chart, and 27 weeks at No. 1 on iTunes Christian Song Chart. To date, the landmark song continues to lead digitally selling more than 360,000 total downloads of the track across all digital providers.
The broadcast world premiere of the new music video for “Wait And See” will debut Friday, July 31, on the Gospel Music Channel. Heath also recently announced his co-headlining “Follow You Tour” this fall with Leeland and special guest Francesca Battistelli.
For tour dates, and more information on Brandon Heath, please visit www.brandonheath.net, www.providentpress.com, and follow Brandon on Twitter at twitter.com/brandonheath.
About Brandon Heath:
Nashville native Brandon Heath was recently featured on the “CBS Evening News with Katie Couric,” while also spotlighted in the Sunday edition (2/8) of The New York Times as a GRAMMY-nominated newcomer “that shouldn't be allowed to slip through the cracks.” Heath released his breakthrough sophomore album, What If We in Aug. 2008, featuring back-to-back No.1 singles “Give Me Your Eyes” and “Wait and See.” Heath’s five total nominations for the Gospel Music Association’s 40th Annual Dove Awards included Male Vocalist of the Year, Song of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song, and Special Event Album his recording of Patty Griffin’s “Heavenly Day” on Billy: The Early Years Official Motion Picture Soundtrack.
What If We follows Brandon’s debut album Don’t Get Comfortable (2006), and first chart-topping radio song, “I’m Not Who I Was,” nominated for Song of the Year at 2008 GMA Dove Awards, and contributing to his win in the New Artist of the Year category. Off stage, Heath seeks opportunities to merge his public platform with his heart for community regularly working with Young Life, Blood:Water Mission, Restore International and unofficially volunteering for many other human rights agencies on a global scale. Heath is a respected songwriter in the Nashville music community and first began writing at age 13.
For more info on Brandon Heath, visit the JFH Artists Database.
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