Ken Tamplin is an American Christian rock performer and vocal coach. Tamplin is known for his vocal range and has composed music for television and movies.
|Born:||Dec 11, 1963, Marietta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Genres:||Christian rock, hard rock|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, songwriter, producer|
|Labels:||Spring Hill Music Group|
|Associated acts:||Shout, Joshua, Magdallan|
|IMDb:||Ken Tamplin's IMDb|
About Ken Tamplin
Singer and songwriter in the Christian Rock genre. In 1987, he founded a glam metal Christian band called Shout.
He spent his early teen years selling and using cocaine and other drugs. At age fourteen, he ended his drug use and became a born-again Christian.
For his 1993 album Tamplin, he received one of several Gospel Music Association (GMA) Dove Awards.
He grew up in Marietta, Georgia. His cousin, Sammy Hagar, was lead vocalist of the rock band Van Halen.
He produced a 2001 charity album that featured gospel vocals by singer Andrae Crouch.
Information related to Ken Tamplin
- American vocal coaches
- Christian metal musicians
- Singers with a four-octave vocal range
- Musicians from California