Steven Curtis Chapman was born in Kentucky on November 21st 1962. Steven's music career started when he moved to Nashville in the 80's. During that time Chapman wrote a song called 'Built to Last', which was recorded by prominent Gospel group The Imperials. The strength of the song prompted him to be signed to a songwriting deal with Sparrow Records, where he rose to prominence.
It wasn't until 1987 that Steven release his first album 'First Hand'. The album included song 'Weak Days' which peaked at number 2 on the Contemporary Christian Music Chart.
It wasn't long at all until the...
It was twenty-five years ago on November 18, 1992 that Steven Curtis Chapman released The Great Adventure, an award-winning album and single that would be a turning point in his career. The Great Adventure would go on to earn…
With 47 No. 1 singles and nearly 11 million career albums sold Steven Curtis Chapman is back with his 18th album titled 'The Glorious Unfolding'. Opening title track Glorious Unfolding is a corker of a tune. This…
Taken from Steven Curtis Chapman's album of the same name, here is his latest video, 'Glorious Unfolding'.