Throughout his 29-year career as a recording artist, Michael W. Smith has amassed an impressive catalog of achievements. His 24 albums have garnered multiple honors including an American Music Award, three GRAMMY® Awards (from 13 nominations), 44 GMA Dove Awards and 33 #1 radio hits. In addition, he holds 16 Gold, seven Platinum and two Double-Platinum albums for career sales of 15 million. Most recently, Smith released Glory, his second full-length instrumental album, in 2011 and Decades of Worship, a collection of his most popular worship songs, in 2012.
Inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2009, Smith has scored film
projects, written 12 books and been featured by media outlets including
“Hannity,” NBC’s “Today,” ABC’s “Good Morning America,” “NBC Nightly News,” “Larry King Live,” and more.
Constantly giving back to the community, one of Smith’s current projects is
Rocketown — a nightclub for teens in his hometown of Nashville, Tenn. — which serves as a safe place for young people to enjoy music and for artists to be