Cheri Keaggy

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Cheri Keaggy (born Cheri Anderson August 29, 1968) is a gospel singer and songwriter, with a musical style of Contemporary Christian music. She is now divorced[1][2] from her high school sweetheart Eddie Keaggy, the nephew of the CCM pioneer artist, Phil Keaggy.

She was discovered by Charlie Peacock when Eddie, a sound engineer, did a concert for him.[3] Peacock produced her first two albums, Child of the Father, and My Faith Will Stay.

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • 1994: Child of the Father
  • 1996: My Faith Will Stay
  • 1997: What Matters Most
  • 2001: Let's Fly
  • 2007: Because He First Loved Us
  • 2012: So I Can Tell
Other Albums
  • 1999: There Is Joy in the Lord: The Worship Songs of Cheri Keaggy
  • 2006: Very Best of Cheri Keaggy

With others[edit]

  • God With Us (Christmas) (1997)
  • Let Us Pray (National Day of Prayer) (1997)
  • Keep the Faith 2000: Overcoming Stress & Anxiety (1998)
  • If My People Pray (1999)
  • Revival Generation: Lovely Noise (1999)
  • Songs 4 Life: Strengthen Your Faith (1999)
  • Women of Faith: Overwhelming Joy (1999)
  • All We Faithful (Christmas) (2000)
  • I Will Be Here (wedding songs) (2002)

Songs[edit]

  • "Not With Jesus"
  • "My Faith Will Stay"
  • "Sweet Peace of God"
  • "In Remembrance of Me"
  • "You, Oh Lord, Are My Refuge"
  • "Little Boy on His Knees"
  • "Lay It Down"
  • "There Is Joy in the Lord"
  • "What Matters Most"

Awards[edit]

Dove Award Nominations:

  • 1995 New Artist of the Year
  • 1997 Inspirational Album of the Year for My Faith Will Stay
  • 1999 Praise & Worship Album of the Year for There Is Joy in the Lord

Dove Award Winner: 1998 Special Event Album of the Year for her contribution to God With Us

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kim (July 2, 2012). "Window To My World: Cheri Keaggy - So I Can Tell - A View from Cheri's Window!". Berlysue.blogspot.com. Retrieved October 18, 2012. 
  2. ^ "BREATHEcast :: News :: Cheri Keaggy Will Tell It All Through 'So I Can Tell'". Breathecast.christianpost.com. May 9, 2012. Retrieved October 18, 2012. 
  3. ^ Manheim, James M. (2006). "Cheri Keaggy". In Pilchak, Angela M., ed. Contemporary Musicians. Volume 54. Farmington Hills, Michigan: Gale Group. pp. 109–110. ISBN 0-7876-8067-2. ISSN 1044-2197. 

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