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Hillsong United
Hillsong United in 2005
Hillsong United in 2005
Background information
OriginSydney, Australia
GenresWorship music, contemporary Christian, Christian rock
Years active1998–present
LabelsHillsong
Associated actsHillsong Worship, Hillsong Young & Free
Websitewww.hillsong.com/united
Members
  • Michael Guy Chislett
  • Matt Crocker
  • Jonathon Douglass
  • Jad Gillies
  • Benjamin Hastings
  • Joel Houston
  • Simon Kobler
  • Jihea Oh
  • Taya Smith-Gaukrodger
  • Benjamin Tennikoff
  • Dylan Thomas
Past members

Hillsong United (stylised as Hillsong UNITED or UNITED) is a worship band that originated as a part of Hillsong Church. Formed in 1998 as part of Hillsong's youth ministry, the band consists of several rotating worship leaders from the church, including Joel Houston, Taya Smith-Gaukrodger, Matt Crocker, Jonathon Douglass, Jad Gillies and Benjamin Hastings. Due to several songs written by the youth ministry, Hillsong worship leader Darlene Zschech recommended that they record an album, which resulted in their debut extended play, One, which was released alongside the Hillsong Worship album Touching Heaven Changing Earth. Since then, the group has released fourteen live albums, as well as five studio albums (Sixteen albums in total). The band composes songs and performs in church services as well as concerts in worldwide tours.

History[edit]

The band was originally formed in 1998, by close friends from within the youth ministry called "Powerhouse Youth", led by Hillsong Youth Pastors Phil and Lucinda Dooley for many years.[1] As the house band for the Powerhouse meetings, the group played original songs and rearranged popular radio tunes at their weekly meeting for local youth aged 16–25. Band members sometimes also contributed to the larger interdenominational ministry Youth Alive Australia and its albums. Most members of the band also attended Hillsong Church services.

Powerhouse grew and split in the mid 1990s into two youth groups: Powerhouse (aged 18–25) and Wildlife (12–17). Reuben Morgan, assisted by guitarist Marcus Beaumont and vocalist/songwriter Tanya Riches, administrated the band and music for Powerhouse and all United nights, albums and events until 2003, when the role was passed on to Joel Houston. The three performed with the 18–25's Powerhouse band that also included Mark Stevens, Nigel Hendroff, Peter King and Raymond Badham. For the older group, Peter King was the main piano player and music director, with guitarist Nigel Hendroff later taking the music directing role. In the younger ministry Wildlife, it was former Channel V Leg-Up competition-winning Able band boys Joel Houston and Marty Sampson, with Able band's Luke Munns and Michael Guy Chislett being the main drummer and guitarist respectively, while Joel Houston played bass. They were initially trained by Russell Fragar. Marty Sampson, Holly Dawson, Mark Stevens, Katrina Peoples, Michelle Fragar, Tanya Riches and Bec Mesiti were some of the original key vocalists. In late 1997, the team made a huge impact at their youth ministry's summer camp. On returning from the camp, the youth ministries of Hillsong Church decided to join together monthly, calling these meetings the "UNITED" Nights.[citation needed]

Darlene Zschech suggested to Reuben Morgan that the youth band make an album in 1998 after so many songs were written in the youth ministry.[2][3] As a result, the EP One was recorded by a new band. Everyday was recorded in 1999 and packaged with the Hillsong Worship annual album. Both achieved Gold sales status in Australia. The band continued to release an album each year, rebranding as Hillsong United. In 2002, after Reuben Morgan stepped down as co-worship leader of the band, Joel Houston, the eldest son of the church's senior pastor Brian Houston, and Marty Sampson led the group together.[citation needed]

Band members are involved in Hillsong Church services and also play for the church.[4] Many are volunteers who go unpaid for their time or contribution. As such, the line up changes on a regular basis due to the volunteers' needs and the needs of the church; that is to say, due to the naturally resultant "churn". Luke Munns, the drummer for the band from 1998 through 2006, played on seven live recordings before transitioning from the drums to front the rock and indie band LUKAS. Sampson stepped down as one of the main leaders of the band following his marriage in November 2006. He contributed two more songs with United—"Devotion", which he wrote and sang, and "Saviour King", which he wrote with Mia Fieldes—before officially stepping down. These songs were part of the 2007 release All of the Above. Current members of the Hillsong United band include Joel Houston, Jonathon Douglass (J.D.), Jadwin "Jad" Gillies, Matt Crocker, Taya Smith, Dylan Thomas (on rhythm guitar), Timon Klein (on lead guitar), Peter James & Benjamin Tennikoff (on keyboards), Adam Crosariol (on bass guitar), and Simon Kobler (on drums).[citation needed]

The annual Hillsong United CD and DVD was recorded for many years during the Hillsong youth ministry's October conference Encounterfest, and then released in the first quarter of the following year. The 2007 album All of the Above was the first album to be fully studio recorded.[5] The band has toured in a number of countries, leading worship in various places and has an international influence.[6][7][8] The official UNITED logo was designed by Munns in 2002 for To the Ends of the Earth.[9]

In 2014, Hillsong United was nominated for and won five GMA Dove Awards, including Song of the Year for "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)".[10][11] The band also received its first ever American Music Awards nomination that year, for Favorite Artist – Contemporary Inspirational, but did not win.[12][13] 2015 saw the band nominated for a second consecutive year in the same category at the 43rd edition of the show.[14] It was also nominated for the first time at that year's Billboard Music Awards in the Top Christian Artist and Top Christian Song categories; it won the former.[15] The band was nominated again at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, and garnered four nods across all three Christian categories, winning its second consecutive Top Christian Artist award, and its first for Top Christian Song with "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)".[16] The band won two Dove Awards, including Worship Album of the Year, for its fourth studio album Empires, at the 47th Gospel Music Awards held that October.[17] In 2018, the band received four nominations at the 49th GMA Dove Awards including one for Artist of the Year—it won Recorded Worship Song of the Year for its single "So Will I (100 BillionX)".[18][19]

Members[edit]

Current

The members of the band as of 2019 were:[20][21][22]

  • Joel Houston – worship leader, acoustic guitar, keys, percussion
  • Jonathon "JD" Douglass – worship leader, percussion
  • Jad Gillies – worship leader, acoustic guitar and electric guitar
  • Matt Crocker – worship leader, acoustic guitar, percussion
  • Michael Guy Chislett – electric guitar, keys, music director
  • Dylan Thomas – electric guitar, keys, music director
  • Simon Kobler – drums
  • Benjamin "Ben" Tennikoff – keyboards, programming, sampling
  • Taya Smith-Gaukrodger – worship leader
  • Jihea Oh – bass guitar
  • Benjamin Hastings – worship leader, guitar, keys

Former

Former members of the band are:[23][24]

  • Reuben Morgan – worship leader, acoustic guitar
  • Marty Sampson – worship leader, acoustic guitar[25]
  • Brooke Fraser – worship leader, acoustic guitar[26]
  • Timon Klein – electric guitar
  • Marcus Beaumont – electric guitar
  • Nathan Taylor – electric guitar
  • Matt Tennikoff – bass guitar
  • Adam Crosariol – bass guitar
  • Brandon Gillies – drums, percussion
  • Gabriel Kelly – drums, percussion
  • Rolf Wam Fjell – drums, percussion
  • Luke Munns – drums, percussion[27][28]
  • Peter James – piano, keyboard, synthesizer
  • Kevin Lee – piano, keyboard, synthesizer
  • Peter King – piano, keyboard, synthesizer
  • Tulele Faletolu – worship leader[26]
  • Annie Garratt – worship leader[26][29]
  • Sam Knock – worship leader[26]
  • Holly Dawson – worship leader[26]
  • Michelle Fragar – worship leader[30]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
AUS
[31]
CAN
[32]
NLD
[33]
NOR
[34]
NZ
[35]
US
[36]
US
Christ.

[37]
All of the Above
  • Released: 17 March 2007 (AUS)
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
6 13 60 1
Aftermath
  • Released: 15 February 2011
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia, EMI
4 12 17 1
Zion
  • Released: 22 February 2013 (AUS)
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia, EMI
1 16 39 5 8 5 1
Empires
  • Released: 26 May 2015 (AUS)
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia, Capitol CMG
1 4 12 7 7 5 1
Wonder
  • Released: 9 June 2017
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia, Capitol CMG
4 39
[39]
91 37 19 21 1
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory

Live albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
AUS
[31]
NZ
[35]
NLD
[33]
US
[36]
US
Christ.

[37]
Everyday
Best Friend
  • Released: 20 November 2000
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
King of Majesty
  • Released: 15 October 2001
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
To the Ends of the Earth
  • Released: 21 November 2002
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
More Than Life
  • Released: 23 March 2004
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
Look to You
  • Released: 28 February 2005
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
30 33
United We Stand
  • Released: 11 March 2006
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
28 23 162 11
Unidos Permanecemos
  • Released: 2007
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
The I Heart Revolution: With Hearts as One
  • Released: 8 March 2008
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
8 22 117 5
[a_CROSS // the_EARTH]
  • Released: 9 May 2009 (AUS)
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
22 21 21 1
Live in Miami: Welcome to the Aftermath
  • Released: 14 February 2012
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia/Capitol CMG
22 71 1
Zion Acoustic Sessions
  • Released: 29 October 2013
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia/Capitol CMG
88 4
Of Dirt and Grace: Live from the Land
  • Released: 15 July 2016 (AUS)
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia/Capitol CMG
8 80 40 2
People
  • Released: 26 April 2019
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia/Capitol CMG
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
6
[40]
22
[41]
2
[42]
1
The People Tour: Live from Madison Square Garden
  • Released: 29 January 2021
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia/Capitol CMG
  • Formats: CD, digital download
TBA
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory

Soundtrack albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
AUS
[31]
US
Christ.

[37]
Hillsong: Let Hope Rise – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
  • Released: 12 August 2016 (AUS)
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia, Capitol
94
[43]
6
[44]

Others[edit]

List of other releases (EPs, remix albums), with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
AUS
[31]
US
[36]
US
Christ.

[37]
US
Dance

[45]
One (EP)
  • Released: 1998
In a Valley by the Sea (EP)
  • Released: October 2, 2007
Oceans (EP)
  • Released: September 10, 2013
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
The White Album [remix project]
  • Released: March 4, 2014
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia, Sparrow
9 48 4 1
So Will I (100 Billion X) [EP]
  • Released: March 23, 2018
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
People - En Español (EP)
  • Released: November 8, 2019
  • Label: Hillsong Music Australia
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory

Singles[edit]

Year Song Peak positions Certifications Sales Album
US
[46]
US
Christ.
Songs

[47]
US
Christ.
Airplay

[48]
US
Christ.
Digital

[49]
2011 "Bones" 35 Aftermath
"Like an Avalanche" 40 40
"Search My Heart" 20 17
"Lead Me to the Cross" 48 All of the Above
2013 "Scandal of Grace" 25 21 Zion
"From the Inside Out" United We Stand
"Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)" 83 1 1 1
  • RIAA: 3× Platinum[51]
Zion
"Relentless" 27 45
2014 "Love Is War" 38 50
2015 "Touch the Sky" 3 5 1 Empires
"Prince of Peace" 26 15
"Heart Like Heaven" 26 31
"Even When It Hurts (Praise Song)" 29 36
"Here Now (Madness)"[citation needed] 32
"Say the Word"[citation needed] 24
"Captain"[citation needed] 38
"Rule"[citation needed] 40
"Empires"[citation needed] 41
"When I Lost My Heart to You (Hallelujah)"[citation needed] 43
"Street Called Mercy"[citation needed] 45
"Closer Than You Know"[citation needed] 47
2017 "Wonder" 11 18 6 Wonder
2018 "So Will I (100 Billion X)" 3 6 2
"Not Today" 40 10
"Good Grace (Live)"[55] 11 16 4 People
2019 "Whole Heart (Hold Me Now) [Live]"[56] 14 3
"As You Find Me (Live)" 22 7
"Another in the Fire (Live)" 17 22 8

Other charted songs[edit]

Year Song Peak positions Album
JPN
[57]
US
Christ.
Songs

[58]
2013 "Stay Young" 53 non-album single
2017 "Heaven Knows" 29 The Shack Soundtrack
"Shadow Step" 22 Wonder
"Splinters and Stones" 29
"Shape of Your Heart" 35
"Glimmer In The Dust" 40
"Future Marches In" 43
"Greatest of These" 49
2019 "Highlands (Song of Ascent)" 23 People
"Ready or Not" 27
"Clean" 28
"Might Sound Wild" 31
"Holy Ground" 32
"Here's To The One" 33
"Echoes (Til We See The Other Side)" 36
"Starts and Ends" 45

Videography[edit]

A documentary, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise, directed by Michael John Warren, chronicles the rise of the band,[59] was originally supposed be released by Warner Bros. during the 2015 Easter weekend.[60] As Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. were unable to close a deal, the film was pulled out from Warner Bros's schedule.[61] In March 2015, Relativity Media obtained the distribution rights and the film shifted to a 29 May release.[62] In April, Relativity moved the film to 30 September 2015.[63] However, Relativity Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July and let go of the rights to the producers.[64][65] PureFlix acquired the film and it was released 16 September 2016.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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