Nashville, TN (November 17, 2022)
Christian music singer, songwriter and worship leader Phil Wickham received his first GRAMMY nominations with the recent announcement that his top-selling single “Hymn of Heaven” was nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song. Additionally, Wickham is nominated in the same category as a co-writer for Chris Tomlin‘s track “Holy Forever,” along with Tomlin, Jason Ingram, Brian Johnson and Jenn Johnson. The nominations follow his recent collection of three Dove Awards for the Worship Song of the Year with his No. 1 single “Hymn of Heaven,” Worship Album of the Year and Songwriter of the Year (Artist).
“This is my first GRAMMY nomination ever, and I am floored and shaken. God’s grace is just too much. Thanks to the Recording Academy for this nomination, and a HUGE shout out and thanks to the co-writers of this song Chris Davenport, Bill Johnson and Brian Johnson. Also a huge thanks to the producer of this song and my good friend Jonathan Smith. Lastly, thanks to everyone who has listened and worshiped along with us as we’ve sung about our great hope in Jesus.” —Phil Wickham
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