Scott Krippayne

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Scott Krippayne
Born July 23, 1971
Origin Seattle, Washington, USA
Genres Christian:Gospel
Instruments Guitar, Piano
Years active 1992 - now
Labels Spring Hill music
Notable instruments
Clavinova CVP-309

Scott Krippayne (born July 23, 1971 in Seattle, Washington) is a Christian music artist, singer and songwriter. He has released ten albums between 1992 and 2008.[1] Krippayne is better known for his contributions towards other contemporary Christian artists. Over 150 of his songs have been recorded by other Christian artists including Point of Grace, John Tesh,[2] Avalon, Jaci Velasquez, FFH, True Vibe and Sandi Patty.[3]

In 2007, he wrote This Is My Now with his pastor Jeff Peabody which was chosen as the coronation song for the final of American Idol Season Six sung by the Top 2 Jordin Sparks and Blake Lewis.[4] Krippayne has also authored two books; Hugs for Teens and More Than A Story. More Than A Story is a daily devotional.


  • What Matters (1992) - not released on any label
  • Wild Imagination (1995), Word Records - first release on a music label
  • More (1997), Word Records
  • Bright Star, Blue Sky (1999), Spring Hill Music - First release on Spring Hill music; the album produced three #1 singles[5]
  • All of Me (2001), Spring Hill Music
  • It Goes Like This … (2003), Spring Hill Music
  • Gentle Revolution (2005), Spring Hill Music/Word Entertainment Group
  • Autobiography (2006), Spring Hill Music/Word Entertainment Group - Compilation album
  • Christmas [EP] (2006), Purple Honda Music - a special EP release containing 7 songs
  • Simple Worship (2008), Pirk Music
  • Exalted Worship (2009), Burning Bush Communications
  • Fight For Love (2012), Pirk Music
  • Not So Silent Night (2012), Pirk Music
  • Hymns (2013), Pirk Music


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Has a brother who is the leader musician at Grace Lutheran Church worship band