Who sings the song More of You?

Colton DixonMore of You / ArtistMichael Colton Dixon is an American singer-songwriter and musician from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He placed seventh on the eleventh season of American Idol. Wikipedia

Who sings with Zach Williams?

This summer, Williams will take all of his hits straight to the fans, as he embarks on a 50-city drive-in tour with former Third Day lead singer Mac Powell and new sibling trio CAIN.

When did Zach Williams song less like me come out?

2019Less Like Me / Released

Who wrote Chris Stapleton more of you?

Chris Stapleton
Ronnie Bowman
More of You/Composers

When did more of you by Chris Stapleton come out?

2015More of You / Released

Was Zach Williams an alcoholic?

Starting in high school, Williams experimented with drugs and alcohol, starting out as nothing more than teenage rebellion and spiraling into abusive habits and addiction. Instead of seeking help, Williams dove deeper into his addiction. A bandmate invited Williams and his wife, Crystal, to attend church with him.

Is Zach Williams part of Bethel music?

American Christian artist Zach Williams, with special guest Cory Asbury of Bethel Music, will perform Sept. 19, 2021, at The Big E Arena, sponsored by Truly Hard Seltzer.

Is Zach Williams reformed?

Later in 2012, Williams disbanded the Reformation due to newfound Christian beliefs. He joined The Brothers of Grace, later renamed Zach Williams and the Brothers of Grace. Since 2016, Williams is a solo artist and released the album Chain Breaker on December 14, 2016.

Who sang more of you with Chris Stapleton?

Chris StapletonMore of You / Artist

What is Chris Stapleton’s best album?

The best album credited to Chris Stapleton is Traveller which is ranked number 2,737 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 566. Chris Stapleton is ranked number 1,376 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 980.

What acoustic guitar does Chris Stapleton play?

Chris Stapleton’s main guitar is the Fender Jazzmaster series for his electric and the Gibson J-45 for his acoustic. Both these instruments compliment his raw country/rock sound can be seen in many of Chris’ TV appearances.