Rebecca St James
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Rebecca St James Biography
A multiple Dove Award winner as well as a winner of America’s most prestigious
musical Award—the Grammy®—Australian born REBECCA ST. JAMES has throughout the
late ‘90’s until present been considered to be a major defining female voice in
contemporary Christian Music.
With the dawning of 2006, her
groundbreaking album project Pray over the past few months has achieved RIAA
gold record status—following in the footsteps of the previously gold certified
RSJ album God.
In January 2006, she was for the 6th consecutive year
named “Favorite Female Artist” in Contemporary Christian Music by the more than
27,000 votes cast by readers of CCM Magazine, considered the flagship
publication of the Christian genre. She repeated with “Best Female Artist of
2006” awards last year with the more than 100,000 readers of Campus Life
Magazine, and the hip Christian music website destination
JesusFreakHide-Out.com. With sales of her music soaring around the globe, her
signature blend of modern pop/rock sensibilities and lyrics of unwavering
devotion, has blazed straight to the heart of an entire generation. Along the
road of more than 200 concert dates a year, her path has led to 17 Top 10
singles--#9 of which reached the #1 spot on the charts.
In April 2006
she won yet another Dove Award--Christian music’s highest honor—for her
participation in the “Special Event Album Of The Year”—for the Chronicles of
Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, for which her dramatically
charged song Lion was a centerpiece.
CRW Magazine has named Rebecca to
the list of the “50 Most Influential People in Contemporary Music.” Her book,
“Wait For Me,” now in a 9th printing reached the #1 spot on the prestigious CBA
(Young Adult) book chart in 2003, with Rebecca’s passionate, and often
controversial, challenge to young people to “stand strong” with her on issues of
sexual purity. She closed out 2004 with the much anticipated release of her new
book, “SHE,”on Tyndale. An impactful “where the rubber meets the road
guidebook,” for women of her generation, in “SHE” Rebecca gives a controversial
and impassioned voice for a modern womanhood based on a return to biblical
principles. The “teen” edition of the book—SHE TEEN—launched in September of
’05—quickly reaching #1 on the CBA Young Adult Chart. Her latest album If I Had
One Chance To Tell You Something released in November of ’05 from EMI. One of
the most anticipated albums in recent Christian Music history, it contains
Rebecca’s trademarked passion for unique self-written music—from rock and pop to
symphony—her first full on studio album in five years
If I Had One
Chance To Tell You Something sonically embraces her passionate lyrics of
devotion and praise to God.
January of this year found Rebecca in
Rwanda, Africa for on the ground mission work and the filming of a television
special in her role as a global spokes person for Compassion International.
Early spring 2006 found Rebecca touring with BarlowGirl supporting on the If I
Had One Chance To Tell You Something tour. She co-hosted the 2006 Dove Awards
presented in Nashville in April and in May of this year gave a special
performance for President George W. Bush at the White House in Washington, D.