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Jeremy Camp: The Rhapsody Interview

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Jeremy Camp: The Rhapsody Interview by Jeremy Camp

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Jeremy Camp: The Rhapsody Interview

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He's landed nine No. 1 hits in a row, and just closed a cross-country House of Blues tour with sell-outs from Chicago to L.A. Here, Jeremy Camp spills his heart about sharing the stage with his wife Adrienne (Adie) Liesching, former frontwoman from Benjamin Gate, and taking his toddlers to Vegas. After confessing he dumped the lyrics to "When You Are Near" and rewrote the song in his basement in 15 minutes, Camp gets vocal about being compassionate and bold because "life's too short to be silent." He ends with a personal message to all his fans, the self-proclaimed happy-campers, capturing the soft heart behind the celebrated rock.

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He's landed nine No. 1 hits in a row, and just closed a cross-country House of Blues tour with sell-outs from Chicago to L.A. Here, Jeremy Camp spills his heart about sharing the stage with his wife Adrienne (Adie) Liesching, former frontwoman from Benjamin Gate, and taking his toddlers to Vegas. After confessing he dumped the lyrics to "When You Are Near" and rewrote the song in his basement in 15 minutes, Camp gets vocal about being compassionate and bold because "life's too short to be silent." He ends with a personal message to all his fans, the self-proclaimed happy-campers, capturing the soft heart behind the celebrated rock.

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About This Album

He's landed nine No. 1 hits in a row, and just closed a cross-country House of Blues tour with sell-outs from Chicago to L.A. Here, Jeremy Camp spills his heart about sharing the stage with his wife Adrienne (Adie) Liesching, former frontwoman from Benjamin Gate, and taking his toddlers to Vegas. After confessing he dumped the lyrics to "When You Are Near" and rewrote the song in his basement in 15 minutes, Camp gets vocal about being compassionate and bold because "life's too short to be silent." He ends with a personal message to all his fans, the self-proclaimed happy-campers, capturing the soft heart behind the celebrated rock.