Camp's journey has been one of courage rewarded. After losing his young wife to cancer just months after their marriage, he held nothing from that experience back, breaking open his heart and faith on his debut album Stay. The intimate details of his life, combined with his elevated vocals, won over everyone within earshot. He didn't tarry long between being the new Christian alternative "it" guy, via a 2003 Gospel Music Association (GMA) New Artist of the Year Dove Award, and cementing his influence, with two successive Male Artist of the Year Doves in 2004 and 2005. His favorite achievement, however, is his marriage to wife Adrienne Liesching, former The Benjamin Gate frontwoman, which led to daughters Isabella Rose and Arianne Mae. By 2007, Camp had ten No. 1 hits under his belt and hit the road for a national House of Blues tour with family in tow -- and occasionally on stage, as he shares the mic with Adrienne.