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Zach Williams

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Chain Breaker Zach Williams 03:16
There Was Jesus Zach Williams, Dolly Parton 03:43
Less Like Me Zach Williams 03:43
Rescue Story Zach Williams 03:57
Fear Is a Liar Zach Williams 04:25
Old Church Choir Zach Williams 02:56
Survivor Zach Williams 03:52
No Longer Slaves Zach Williams 06:29
Song of Deliverance Zach Williams 03:20
Rise Up (Lazarus) CAIN 03:26

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Zachary Stephen Williams (March 5, 1981) is a Grammy-winning American Christian singer-songwriter, better known as the frontman for the rock bands Zach Williams & The Reformation and Zach Williams and the Brothers of Grace. Born in Pensacola, Florida but raised in Jonesboro, Arkansas, he formed Zach Williams & The Reformation in 2007 and released two albums independently with the group before disbanding in 2012 due to his newfound Christian faith. After the band’s breakup, he began playing music at his local church and founded Zach Williams and the Brothers of Grace with former bandmate Robby Rigsbee. The group self-released the EP Shine a Light in 2014. Two years later, he signed with Provident Label Group and made his solo debut with the single “Chain Breaker.” He was crowned New Artist of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards in 2017 following the success of "Chain Breaker," which reached the top of the Hot Christian Songs chart and was jointly named (alongside Ryan Stevenson's "Eye of the Storm") the Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards. "Chain Breaker" was included on the album of the same name, which won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album in 2018. In 2019, Zach Williams returned with his sophomore effort Rescue Story, which contained the single “There Was Jesus"—a duet with legendary country singer Dolly Parton that soared to the top of Billboard’s Christian Airplay chart and won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song in 2021—and “Heaven Help Me,” which peaked at Number 40 on the Hot Christian Songs chart. Zach Williams returned with his third album A Hundred Highways in September 2022, anchored by the single "Heart of God" and the song "Up There, Down Here," which was covered by Warren Peay on the 21st season of American Idol.