in:ciite’s newly signed artist Michael Boggs is gearing up for the release of his debut solo record, More Than Moved, which is to be released October 19, 2010.
Having joined the Christian group, FFH, in 1999 and contributed to seven No. 1 radio singles, seven GMA Dove Award nominations, and records that have sold into the millions, Michael Boggs is no stranger to the music scene. When FFH took some time off the road in the fall of 2006, Michael stepped into the role of worship leader at a fast growing young adult gathering, Kairos, in Brentwood, TN hosting nearly 1500 college students and young adults every week, and he is now a regular guest worship leader at Max Lucado’s church, Oak Hills, in San Antonio, Texas.
Although Michael continues to keep a rigorous, solo-touring schedule performing and leading worship over 120 dates a year, he has established himself within the music community as one for the foremost sought after songwriters. Lending his songwriting ability to other artists, such as FFH, Diamond Rio, Big Daddy Weave, Anthony Evans, Josh Bates, Jason Crabb, and more have garnered him multiple Top 10 singles as well as a featured song in the major motion picture release “Facing the Giants.”
In April 2010, Michael was nominated for Songwriter of the Year and Song of the Year at the Gospel Music Association Dove Awards and took home the Dove for Country Recorded Song of the Year, for his song entitled, Somebody Like Me.
This fall Michael’s song, “Said and Done,” will be featured on the new Max Lucado: Out Live Your Life CD, will carry the banner for Lucado to AC/ CHR/ Soft AC radio. “I’m proud to have this single carrying the message of Out Live Your Life to listeners,” says New York Times best-selling author, Max Lucado.
Set to follow the Out Live Your Life release is Michael’s solo record, More Than Moved, releasing October 19, 2010 through in:ciite and Word Entertainment. When asked where this journey is taking him now, he laughs and says, “Those plans have never been up to me. I’ll just continue to follow Jesus.”