Dallas Holm

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Dallas Holm
Born (1948-11-05) November 5, 1948 (age 70)
Origin St. Paul Park, Minnesota US
Genres CCM, Worship, Christian country
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, instrumentalist worship leader
InstrumentsPiano
Guitar
Years active1965–present
Website www.dallasholm.com

Dallas Holm (born November 5, 1948) is a singer-songwriter of Christian music, whose musical ministry has spanned almost four decades. 1977's "Live" album, along with the group Praise, featured "Rise Again". The group consisted of Dallas Holm on acoustic guitar and vocals, Tim and Ladonna Johnson on keyboards and vocals, as well as Randy Adams on bass. Ladonna was a featured artist singing her song "Thank you Jesus". Dallas Holm's influence has been greatest in contemporary Christian music. While he has had several hit singles in CCM, he is best known for the favorite inspirational song "Rise Again" which foretells the resurrection of Christ.

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He resides in Lindale, Texas when not on tour.

Discography

Awards

Dove Awards

Grammy nominations

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