Some of Gary Chapman's accolades included writing a hit song that reached the top of the country music charts. He also earned a Dove Award from the Gospel Music Association in 1981 for the Songwriter of the Year category.
Gary Chapman is a Christian music singer and a former talk show host. He was born in Oklahoma to Terry Chapman, who was an Assemblies of God pastor and gave Gary Chapman his religious background. Gary Chapman performed in a variety of bands growing up. He moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he was hired as a guitar player and began his musical career. He wrote the song "Father's Eyes" in 1979, which was the title track to the album "My Father's Eyes" by Amy Grant.
Gary Chapman continued to produce and record music throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. His extensive musical carer resulted in numerous accolades, including being nominated for a Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album Grammy Award in 1994. He also later won another Dove Award when he co-produced the album "Songs from the Loft," which featured the musical talents of several artists. In 1996, Chapman began his television career by joining the "Prime Time Country" talk show as a host until the show ended in 1999.