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Casting Crowns
Casting crowns
Casting Crowns
Formed 1999
Origin Daytona Beach, Florida
Disbanded N/A
Label(s) Beach Street Records/Reunion Records
Albums 8
Singles 14
Genre(s) Christian rock, Christian contemporary
Years active 1999 - present
Website castingcrowns.com

Casting Crowns is a CCM band from Daytona, Florida.

Discography Edit

Studio AlbumsEdit

Live AlbumsEdit

SinglesEdit

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US
Christ
US
Heat
2003 "If We Are the Body" 3 Casting Crowns
"Who Am I?" 1
"Voice of Truth" 1
2005 "Lifesong" 1 Lifesong
"Praise You in This Storm" 1
2006 "Does Anybody Hear Her?" 1
2007 "East to West" 1 The Altar and the Door
"Every Man" 2
2008 "Slow Fade" 5
2009 "Until the Whole World Hears" 1 23 Until the Whole World Hears
2010 "If We've Ever Needed You" 5
"To Know You" 28

Compilation AppearancesEdit

Achievements Edit

  • Career sales have exceeded 4 million records.
  • Voted CCM Readers' Choice Awards "Favorite Band", "Favorite New Artist" and "Favorite Album" in 2005.
  • "Lifesong" voted "Inspirational Single of the Year" by online music fans in the 2005 CCMSingles.Net Awards.
  • "Praise You in this Storm" was the fifth most played song of 2006 according to R&R magazine
  • "East To West" voted "AC Single of the Year" and "Inspirational Single of the Year" by online music fans in the 2007 CCMSingles.Net Awards.
  • Casting Crowns was the most played artist on Christian Radio in 2007, according Radio & Records Weekly charts (12/10).
  • Casting Crowns is the second fastest Christian band in history to have their first two albums certified platinum, the fastest being Jars of Clay.
GMA Dove Award
Year Award Result
2005 Group of the Year Won
Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year (“Voice of Truth”) Won
Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year (“Who Am I”) Won
2006 Group of the Year Won
Pop Contemporary Album of the Year (Lifesong) Won
2007 Group of the Year Won
Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year (“Praise You in This Storm”) Won
2008 Group of the Year Won
Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (“The Altar and the Door”) Won
Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year (“East to West”) Won
Grammy Awards
Year Award Work
2005 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year Lifesong

External linksEdit

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