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Award winner Dave Bilbrough found fame as a Christian
songwriter through his popular “Abba Father.” From there he has
just continued to tap into the hearts and worship of Britain and the
world’s desire to worship God in more meaningful ways. “All Hail the
Lamb” and “Holy Ground” have helped people to worship their
Saviour and Lord.  Dave is married to Pat.
Coming originally from Birmingham, England, Chris Bowater later
graduated from The Royal College of Music, London and then did
his post graduate work back in Birmingham. Chris has written
many well loved praise and worship songs that have been enjoyed
worldwide. He leads pioneer worship conferences worldwide and
is the Director of Worship Academy International. He and his wife,
Lesley, have five grown children.
Lou Fellingham is a singer, songwriter and worship leader and
member of group Phatfish. She has been featured and led worship
for BBC’s “Songs of Praise” and led seminars and worship at her
church - Church of  Christ the King, Brighton, England. Her first
solo album, Treasure, was released in 2006, followed in 2008 with
Promised Land. She is married to her husband Nathan and they
have two children - Jesse and Ella..
George Hamilton IV is an American country & western singer and
member of the prestigious “Grand Ole Opry” in Nashville, TN. He
has been friends with and worked with most of the the “big names”
in country music, enjoying a long career with much success. He has
been in show business since 1956. He quite often tours in Europe
and the U. K. And has often made appearances and shared his
testimony at Billy Graham’s meetings there. George is married to
Adelaide (“Tinky”) and they enjoy being both parents and
Tim Hughes is a Christian praise and worship leaders and Director
of Worship at Holy Trinity Brompton Church in London. He also
heads up Worship Central which assists in providing training
resources and is a member of the charity Compassionart. He wrote
the popular worship song “Here I am to Worship.”    
Graham Kendrick is a Dove award winning songwriter who
began his career in the  He is the co-founder of March of Jesus.
He has been called the most influential Christian songwriter of his
generation. His music is sung in churches throughout the world,
many having become theme songs such as “Shine, Jesus, Shine”
and “The Servant King.” He is married to Jill and they have four
Karen Lafferty is probably best known for writing the popular
Scripture chorus “Seek Ye First”. She spent many of her first
ministry years with Maranatha! Music and recorded four albums
with them. In 1981 in Holland she founded Musicians for Missions
International as a part of Youth With a Mission (YWAM).  Now
based in New Mexico (U. S. A.) she travels the world sharing
Jesus’ love through the medium of music.
Charlie and Jill LeBlanc are seasoned songwriters with over 100
songs recorded on 20 CDs distributed worldwide. Charlie led
worship on two of Integrity's earlier Hosanna! recordings - "Lord of
All" and "To Him Who Sits On the Throne". They've led praise and
worship for various ministries throughout the years, including Joyce
Meyer from 1997 through 2004, and Andrew Wommack since the
mid-80s until now. Charlie and Jill have been in full-time ministry since
1980 serving the Body of Christ all around the world as Praise and
Worship Leaders, Song Writers, Psalmists, Bible Teachers, and
Seminar/Conference Speakers.
Liliana Oliveri was born in London of Italian parents.  She
began musical studies and performance and, at the age of
twenty years, graduated in song and piano, and won a
scholarship from the Foreign Ministry. She transferred to Italy,
graduating in lyric song from the Conservatory of Milan.  She
has been a music teacher at the Academy of the Amateur
Actors of Milan, one of the most prestigious Italian schools.
Phatfish are a Christian rock, CCM and worship band based
in Brighton, U. K. They have appeared on everything from
BBC’s “Songs of Praise” to the worship albums of many
outstanding Christian artists. Nathan Fellingham is the main
songwriter for their albums and Lou Fellingham the lead singer.