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Brenton_Brown

Brenton Brown

Brenton Brown, born in South Africa, is a Christian songwriter and worship leader. He left South Africa for Oxford, England in his early twenties on a Rhodes Scholarship. While studying politics, philosophy and theology he joined the Vineyard music (UK), serving as worship pastor at the Oxford Vineyard, UK, and eventually as coordinator of the Vineyard (UK) Worship Development Team. His songs, Lord Reign in me, All who are thirsty, Humble King, Hallelujah [Your love is amazing] and Holy were recorded on the popular Vineyard UK projects during this time. He has since left the UK and now lives in Malibu, California with his wife, Jude. Brenton is an artist on the worship label Survivor and in 2006 released his first solo album, Everlasting God with Survivor in the UK and rest of the world, and with Sparrow in the United States and Canada.

The title track - Everlasting God - has gained a lot of popularity within the world of worship music. It has been recorded by other artists, including Lincoln Brewster, and most notably by Chris Tomlin on his latest album, "See The Morning". Brenton has appeared on numerous live and compilation albums, including events such as Hope 2008 and . He is due to release his second solo album, Because of Your love, soon.

Discography

Vineyard music albums

  • Come Now Is The Time (1998)
  • Hungry (1999)
  • Surrender (2000)
  • I love Your presence (2001)
  • Humble King (2002)
  • Songs 4 Worship: The UK Collection (2003)
  • Lord reign in me (2003)
  • Turn It All Down (2006)
  • Holy (2006)

Solo albums

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