Now Available! The Story's Not Over!
Jeremy Camp's Music
Featuring the new release of "The Story's Not Over"
While he feels like he’s “just beginning,” Jeremy Camp has 15 years of accolades and accomplishments
as a songwriter and recording artist, including four million albums sold, four RIAA Gold albums, a multi platinum DVD, three American Music Award nominations and a GRAMMY nomination. Jeremy describes himself as “a minister who happens to play music as a way to minister.”
Jeremy Camp's 10 albums have garnered 5 RIAA Gold and 1 RIAA Platinum awards, sold over 4.5 million, Billboard #2 artist of the decade, a GRAMMY® nomination, 3 American Music Award nominations, 5 Dove Awards, 4 ASCAP 'Songwriter of the Year' Awards and a total of 37 No. 1 radio hits across all formats. We encourage you to dive deep in the powerful catalog of music listed below.
The story’s not over yet
You’ve got it under control
Why would I fear what I know You’ve designed
The story’s not over yet
You’ve written every word
Can’t wait to see where You go with my life
The story’s not over yet
My new album, The Story’s Not Over, is finally here! From “Dead Man Walking” to the title-track, “The Story’s Not Over,” these songs have been written through a season of hardship, but also are a reflection back on God’s faithfulness through all I’ve been through over the years. Our perspective can make or break us, and it’s so important to remember God’s goodness in the midst of those hard times.
The Story's Not Over
Released September 20th, 2019
Released October 6th, 2017
“What’s been amazing about The Answer is that all of the songs were inspired by just being present,” Camp shares.
“There was no song where I was sitting there and had this epiphany when I was writing. In every writing session, any idea literally just came in the moment.
I was praying the whole time, ‘Lord, give me opportunities to combine these things that You are doing in our hearts.” Jeremy
I Will Follow
Release in 2016
Jeremy Camp returns with a new message of faith, hope, and perseverance in the face of life's struggles on his eighth studio album. Released in 2015, I Will Follow mixes powerful rock and pop melodies with forceful production and electronic accents, all in service of Camp's eloquent testimony of belief in Jesus Christ. I Will Follow also finds Camp blazing new creative trails as he collaborates with songwriter Jason Ingram and producer Seth Mosley, helping create dynamic new music to match the emotional and spiritual power of Camp's lyrics. With over four million albums sold, Camp is one of the most popular artists in contemporary Christian music, and I Will Follow demonstrates he remains a man with sincere and strong belief in the Lord, and a desire to share his testimony with the world.
I Will Follow (Deluxe Edition)
Released in 2016
Jeremy Camp returns with a new message of faith, hope, and perseverance in the face of life's struggles on his eighth studio album. Released in 2015, I Will Follow mixes powerful rock and pop melodies with forceful production and electronic accents, all in service of Camp's eloquent testimony of belief in Jesus Christ. I Will Follow also finds Camp blazing new creative trails as he collaborates with songwriter Jason Ingram and producer Seth Mosley, helping create dynamic new music to match the emotional and spiritual power of Camp's lyrics. With over four million albums sold, Camp is one of the most popular artists in contemporary Christian music, and I Will Follow demonstrates he remains a man with sincere and strong belief in the Lord, and a desire to share his testimony with the world. [The disc was also released with five bonus tracks.]
Released in 2013
Reckless is the latest full-length record from Jeremy Camp, which was released on February 12, 2013. Reckless features the single and title track 'Reckless,' which is already making waves at radio. Jeremy Camp has been incredibly successful at retaining fans, and this release will be no different. New and old fans alike will find 'Reckless' to be as heart-felt and passionate as ever.
Christmas: God With Us
Released in 2012
Christmas: God With Us is Jeremy Camp s first full-length Christmas album, featuring both original and traditional Christmas songs. This release is sure to become a staple in many homes this holiday season and for many more to come!
I Still Believe
Released in 2012
2012 collection from the Grammy nominated Christian singer/songwriter. I Still Believe: #1's Collection is Jeremy Camp's first greatest hits release, and it includes 14 #1 hit singles including "I Still Believe," "Take You Back," "There Will Be A Day," and many more! "The Way," from Jeremy's last full length release "We Cry Out: The Worship Project," spent two weeks at #1 on AC Monitored and NCA radio charts. Jeremy Camp's chart topping singles are essential in any Christian music fan's collection, and this greatest hits release is both a perfect introduction to Jeremy Camp as well as a completion to any die-hard fan's collection.
We Cry Out
Released in 2012
Grammy-nominated and RIAA multi-Gold selling artist Jeremy Camp is set to release his seventh studio project, We Cry Out – The Worship Project. Once again Camp teamed up with award-winning producer Brown Bannister to create a heartfelt, worshipful project. Returning to his worship music roots, he co-wrote with other notable worship leaders Matt Maher, Reuben Morgan (Hillsong) and Brenton Brown. “It is an overwhelming joy to see how the Lord has been faithful even though I am undeserving of it,” shared Camp thinking back on his career. “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!
Released in 2009
Jeremy Camp Live album featuring some of the top new songs from his current “Speaking Louder Than Before” as well as good Jeremy Camp favorites like “Walk By Faith,” “Take You Back” and more. This will be perfect gift for anyone who haven’t heard Jeremy’s music before OR a just a good listen for any current fans.
Recorded in Dallas, TX and in Los Angeles, CA.
Speaking Louder Than Before
Released in 2008
“God what is the vision you have for me going into this new release and into this new season of my life? I really feel that God impressed on my heart this concept to speak louder than before- a true burden for this generation to communicate the Gospel message. I have always loved the the reminder in my like that “actions speak louder than word,” and how powerful the concept can be when we make the commitment to equipped ourselves with the Gospel (being in the Word of God), by show others we care through our actions and words, and by pouring ourselves into this generation. This is a call to action for me and I hope for you- Speak Up, Speak Now, Speak Loud!” – Jeremy Camp
Released in 2006
Beyond Measure continues to showcase his powerful voice that earned him back-to-back Male Vocalist of the Year honors at the GMA Music Awards. The new album is promising to be more edgy, organic and keyboard-oriented while featuring more vocal experimentation.
Live - Unplugged
Released in 2005
One thing that will hit you quickly about Jeremy Camp’s Live Unplugged is the number of radio hits the 24-year-old has already chalked up. Ten of the 11 tracks on this release were penned by Camp and nearly every one has reached the top, if not next to the top, of the Christian radio charts. It’s been an amazing ride for Camp and he capably displays his career highlights here in a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere. He plays it safe with basic arrangements throughout, but you will hear some nice piano touches by Justin Glasco on "Right Here" and "Empty Me." The addition of the Nashville String Machine is also used well on "My Desire," which may be the best track on the release. Along with Glasco’s piano accompaniment, Camp delivers powerfully and emotionally here and maybe even surpasses the song’s original version. Camp also shines bright on "Take You Back," "Stay," and "This Man." Kudos also go out to Camp’s wife Adrienne (who used to lead The Benjamin Gate) for some fine backing vocals. Granted, there are a few blemishes such as the cheesy vamp at the end of "Walk By Faith," a slower-than-it-should- be version of "I Still Believe," and the head-scratching cover of Tim Hughes’ "Beautiful One." But why major on the minors? Live Unplugged is a worthy effort and a nice inclusion to any Camp fan’s collection. --Michael Lyttle (Amazon)
Within the span of three releases, Jeremy Camp has quickly established himself as one of the powerful "voices" in Christian music. Since day one, Camp's powerful vocal presence has been enabled, in part, by his own strong songwriting and outstanding studio production. Restored follows along these lines offering a number of solid tracks that will no doubt continue to fuel Camp's ascension. The opening title track may be the strongest rocker on the release and a likely standout single with "Lay Down My Pride" a close second. The majority of the album features mid-tempo pop and softer ballads, casting a duller sonic pall over Camp's previous work. That's not to say this is unworthy of a good listen as "Take You Back," "Be The One," and "My Desire" are equally appealing. Ironically, Camp's best strength (powerhouse baritone voice) may be his biggest weakness on Restored. If there are any drawbacks here it may be Camp's limited range that, over the course of a full release, could make the listener a bit weary. Ultimately nothing here is earth shattering, it is yet another solid step of maturity for Camp and a release that will please his fans while making a few new ones in the process. --Michael Lyttle (Amazon)
Carried Me: The Worship Project
Released in 2004
Carried Me: The Worship Project offers us a peek into Jeremy’s heart. This new project features well known worship songs such as “Enough” and “Wonderful Maker” plus new worship songs “Beautiful One,” (from Tim Hughes, the writer of “Here I Am To Worship”), “I Wait for the Lord” and “Empty Me.” This album is sure to offer a refreshing look at worship and offer fans what they have been asking for!
Released in 2002
One of the first tenets of writing is to “write what you know” because compositions born out of personal experience resonate more clearly than any other. So when listeners pick up a copy of Jeremy Camp’s debut album, they’ll hear music born out of a faith that has been tested, a heart that’s been broken and a man clinging to the goodness of God. Twenty-four-year old Jeremy lost his wife of five months to cancer in February 2001 and out of that experience comes Stay, a rock/progressive pop album that reflects this artist’s journey of faith. Includes “I Still Believe,” “Walk by Faith” and “Take My Life.”