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Posted February 18, 2011

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(Nashville, Tenn.) Feb. 18, 2011 ñ Christian musicís two-time reigning Male Vocalist of the Year, Brandon Heath recently talked with the Wall Street Journal about his new album Leaving Eden, and current No. 1 song ìYour Love.î

Heathís video interivew with the Wall Street Journal is featured now live on

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Also this week, Heath is once again tapped in the coveted Male Vocalist of the Year category with his nomination announced Feb. 16, from Atlanta, Ga., for the 42nd Annual GMA Dove Awards. Heath won the title in 2009 and 2010.

The Nashville native continues to have the biggest song in the land, as his fourth career No. 1 single ìYour Loveî remains No. 1 for a sixth week on Billboardís National Christian Audience chart.

The single is featured on Heathís chart-topping third studio release, Leaving Eden. The highly-acclaimed album released Jan. 18, debuted at No. 1 on Billboardís Top Current Contemporary Christian Chart and reached the No.1 position on iTunes Christian Albums chart.

Last month, Heath reached another career milestone as the digital sales of his previous 2009 Dove-winning Song of the Year hit ìGive Me Your Eyesî surpassed 500,000 and officially certified as a RIAA Gold digital single. Heath is currently on tour with GRAMMY Award winning artist TobyMac as part of the Winter Wonder Slam Tour. This spring, he headlines a month of shows with special guests Dave Barnes and Kristian Stanfill, and then joins MercyMe for an estimated 20 cities.

For tour dates, and to view Heathís new Leaving Eden video sessions, visit

About Brandon Heath:
Since his 2006 debut, Christian musicís beloved and twice honored Male Vocalist of the Year (2009 and 2010) Brandon Heath has won an Emmy Award, been nominated for two GRAMMYs, an American Music Award, and holds multiple GMA Dove Awards. The Nashville native was featured on the ìCBS Evening News with Katie Couric,î while also spotlighted in the Sunday edition of The New York Times as a GRAMMY-nominated newcomer ìthat shouldn't be allowed to slip through the cracks.î His soaring radio career includes four No.1 hits, ìYour Love,î ìIím Not Who I Was,î ìWait and Seeî and 2009ís GMA Dove-winning Song of the Year, ìGive Me Your Eyes.î Heath first began writing at age 13 and credits his hometownís legendary hotspot for songwriters, the Bluebird CafÈ, as the place he first experienced music that moved him.

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