Now 2013 he released the brand-new album "Burning Lights" which is the eighth non-Passion event studio album of him.
Biography of Chris Tomlin
Grand Saline grew up on country music and learned to play guitar from his father. Jesus had already been taken as his savior of life when he was only nine years old and till 14 he wrote the first anthem. In the early 1990 Tomlin went to study medicine in TAM University, and he actively joined a bible study group named Breakaway in the university during their spare time.
With the growing of this group, Tomlin eventually became one of the leaders and played his songs at the rally. It was in 2001 that he released his first album "The Noise We Make" and the next year he moved to Austin becoming a priest who was always presiding congregations with more than 1500 people.
Owing to the large expansion of the audience, Tomlin got the first on Billboard Chirstian and the fifth on Billboard 200 on behalf of his album on 2006 which brought him two Grammy nominations. Even if getting such great achievement, Chris Tomlin still emphasize the task that god gives to him is much important to his music and he is striving to redeem people’s soul via music. Some household songs of him are "How Great Is Our God", "Indescribable", "Forever", "Famous One", "We Fall Down" and "Holy Is the Lord".
Now 2013 he released the brand-new album "Burning Lights" which is the eighth non-Passion event studio album of him. The same feature of his albums is that devotion to the worship leader, the inspirational modern rock that crib from Brit-pop, AOR rock, and folk. Tomlin has a way of delivering hyperbole without the glazed-over patina of some of his peers, due in large part to his rich, even-keeled voice and temperate delivery. And the album's official first single, "Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)," which found its way onto CCM radio and into churches months before Burning Lights' official release.