Chris Eaton (UK musician)
Christopher Neville Eaton (born 16 September 1958 in Sedgley, Staffordshire) is a British Contemporary Christian singer-songwriter. Prior to his solo career, he was a member of the 1980s bands Lyrix and the Mark Williamson Band.
Eaton has toured the US to promote his albums, and also toured Europe as opening act for Art Garfunkel in 1998. He worked on Roger Daltrey's 1987 solo album Can't Wait to See the Movie, singing backing vocals.
Eaton wrote Cliff Richard's 1990 Christmas No. 1 single "Saviour's Day" and has also written songs that have been performed by other CCM artists such as Amy Grant, who recorded a version of Eaton's "Breath of Heaven". He also wrote several Jaci Velasquez songs including "On My Knees" and "God So Loved" as well as producing two albums. Eaton married singer songwriter Abby Scott in May 2009.
- 1986: Vision
- 1995: Wonderful World
- 1997: Cruisin' (released in North America as What Kind of Love)
- 2008: Dare to Dream
- Miller, Michael (1995-04-06). "Keaggy communicates with audience Christian musician has few doubts about fellow artists' sincerity". Peoria Journal Star. p. C3.
- Price, Deborah Evans (1998-06-06). "Higher ground". Billboard. p. 53.
- DeBoer, Terry (1995-10-30). "Duo Out of the Grey knows the way to inspire through music, movement". Grand Rapids Press. p. B4.
- Chris Eaton official site
|This biographical article about a British singer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|