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Jeremy Camp's new album, 'The Answer,' available for pre-order

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Sat, Aug 19th 2017 03:10 pm
'The Answer' single and music video debuted Friday
"The Answer," the upcoming album from award-winning Grammy nominee Jeremy Camp, is available for pre-order. Officially releasing Oct. 6 (Capitol CMG), "The Answer" can be pre-ordered by clicking HERE. Additionally, the album's new single, "The Answer," debuted Friday, joined by a music video that can be viewed below. 
Beginning this fall, Camp will headline "The Answer" Tour with special guest Royce Lovett. The tour will kick off Oct. 1 in Albuquerque, and run through Nov. 19. Tickets are on sale now at jeremycamp.com.
About Jeremy Camp
Throughout his 15-year career, Capitol CMG artist Camp has established himself with landmark accolades. He has sold 4.5 million albums, including four RIAA gold-certified albums, a RIAA multiplatinum longform video and a gold-certified digital single ("There Will Be A Day"). At radio, Camp is recognized as a staple artist, with 38 No. 1 radio hits across all formats spending more than 175 weeks at No. 1 at radio in his career.
His awards and nominations comprise of a Grammy-nominated project, three American Music Award nominations, four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year awards, an ASCAP Song of the Year award, and five GMA Dove Awards, including two-time Male Vocalist of the Year and New Artist of the Year awards. Camp was named in Billboard's Christian Artist of the Decade chart (No. 2), and has five songs listed in the "Top 50 Billboard Christian Songs of the Decade."
Adding author to his name, Camp penned his first book and autobiography, "I Still Believe" (2013, Tyndale). In 2013, he founded Speaking Louder Ministries, which provides free crusade-style events and comes alongside local churches or missionaries in the countries where he said the gospel needs to be heard. Locations of Speaking Louder Ministries' trips so far include Ukraine, Japan, India, Uganda, Guatemala and Kyrgyzstan.

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