The Premier International Online Directory of Musicians & Entertainers
  music minder
Search For:   
In Table:  
Home Entertainers Businesses About Contact
Albums Birthdates Hits Instruments Lyrics Memorials On This Day
Home > Entertainers Menu > Entertainers Location Menu > Entertainers List > Michael Card > Biography
« ListSummaryBiographyWorksPhotosVideosLinksComments

MICHAEL CARD

BIOGRAPHY
 
Michael Card

An American Christian singer-songwriter, musician, author, and radio host from Franklin, Tennessee. He is best known for his contributions in Contemporary Christian Music, which couple folk-style melodies and instrumentation with lyrics that stem from intensive study of the Bible.

Since his debut in 1981, he has sold more than 4 million albums[1] and has written 19 number one singles. He has also authored several books, including Gold Medallion Book Award winner A Sacred Sorrow.

Michael Card plays a right-handed strung guitar left-handed.

Card never intended to be a professional musician. He got his start when his professor and mentor, Dr. William Lane, asked Card to write some music to accompany weekly sermons at their church. Hence his career began.

Many of Card's albums are structured around a unifying theme. For example, the songs from The Beginning are all based on the Pentateuch. The individual songs have subjects such as Genesis, Leviticus, Abraham, Isaac and Moses.

Card's most famous song is "El Shaddai", which was recorded by Amy Grant as well as by Card himself.

Other popular Card songs include "Immanuel," "Joy in the Journey," and "Heal Our Land." "Heal Our Land" was commissioned as the 1993 National Day of Prayer's theme song.

Michael Card is the author or co-author of sixteen books.

In addition to touring and writing, Card also hosts a weekly radio program. In the Studio with Michael Card is carried by stations in 48 states, Canada, and the Caribbean.

All information may be obtained at the web address above.

Thank you.
 
 
© Music Minder
All rights reserved: Prosecution rights will be exercised for any breaches of copyright.