Nashville native Brandon Heath visited The Bluebird Cafe for the first time when he was 15 years old. After witnessing the genuine camaraderie shared between the songwriters in the round that night, he discovered a profession worth pursuing. When he met Jesus at a Young Life camp as a teen, Heath began penning original songs about his growing faith. Eventually, he signed a record deal and rose to prominence on the strength of his second single, “I’m Not Who I Was,” an acoustic-driven moment of unvarnished transparency that showcased his lyrical aptitude and launched an impressive streak at radio, which spawned numerous No. 1s, multiple GRAMMY® nods and a mantle full of GMA Dove Awards, including two Male Vocalist of the Year wins. His Platinum-certified smash, “Give Me Your Eyes,” from his sophomore album, “What If We,” quickly became a signature hit for the decorated artist. Additionally, career-defining selections like “Your Love,” “The Light In Me” and “See Me Through It” have sustained Heath’s longevity as he remains one of Christian music’s finest storytellers.