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This Is Amazing Grace

Author: Jeremy Riddle

Jeremy Riddle is a songwriter, worship leader and pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, Califronia Dianne Shapiro from bethelmusic.com/artists/jeremy-riddle/ accessed 3/7/17 Go to person page >

Author: Josh Farro

Josh Farro started his career as a guitarist with the rock group Paramore until 2010. He released a solo album "Walkways" in 2016 and co-wrote "This Is Amazing Grace. Dianne Shapiro, from teamrock.com/feature/2016-11-21/josh-farro-life-after-paramore, accessed 3/8/2017 Go to person page >

Author: Phil Wickham

Phil Wickham was born in San Diego, California to Lisa and John Wickham, members of the band Parable, a band formed during the Jesus Movement. Phil is a musician and worship leader, best known for his song "This Is Amazing Grace," but he has written may others. Dianne Shapiro, from theroadshowtour.com/get-to-know-phil-wickham, accessed 3/8/2017 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Who breaks the power of sin and darkness
Title: This Is Amazing Grace
Author: Jeremy Riddle
Author: Josh Farro
Author: Phil Wickham
Language: English
Refrain First Line: This is amazing grace
Notes: CCLI# 6333821
Copyright: © 2012 Phil Wickham Music, Seems Like Music, Sing My Songs, WB Music Corp. Bethel Music Publishing (admin. By Music Services, Inc., Word Music Group, Inc., Bethel Music Publishing)

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