|Single by Krystal Meyers|
|from the album Dying for a Heart|
|Producer(s)||Wizardz of Oz and Ian Eskelin|
|Krystal Meyers singles chronology|
"Together" is the fourth single from the album Dying for a Heart by Krystal Meyers. Released in 2006, the song charted at No. 28 on the Christian CHR chart and No. 23 on the Christian Rock chart.
"Together" was used in the hour-long special airing before the third season's premiere of NBC's hit drama, Heroes .
Krystal may refer to:
Krystal Nicole Meyers is an American Christian rock and contemporary Christian singer, songwriter, and musician. She released three albums under Essential Records: Krystal Meyers, Dying for a Heart, and Make Some Noise and is known best for her songs: "The Way to Begin", "The Beauty of Grace" and "Hallelujah" and for her international crossover singles "Anticonformity" and "Make Some Noise".
Dying for a Heart is the second album by Krystal Meyers, released September 19, 2006.
"Collide" is the first single from Krystal Meyers second studio album Dying for a Heart. In the USA, it was released to Christian rock radios in June 2006, and released to Christian CHR radio stations in August. "Collide" hit No. 6 on the Christian Rock chart.
"The Beauty of Grace" is the second single from Krystal Meyers' second studio album Dying for a Heart. It was released to Christian Radio in early September 2006. "The Beauty of Grace" hit number four on the Christian CHR Chart and number two in Japan.
Essential Records is a contemporary Christian record label based in Franklin, Tennessee. It is a division of the major label Sony Music Entertainment.
The Wizardz Of Oz are Andrew Bojanic and Liz Hooper. They are American, multi-platinum selling record producers and songwriters, who have worked with The Cheetah Girls, Vanessa Anne Hudgens, Avril Lavigne, Olivia Newton-John, Britney Spears, Krystal Meyers, Liz Phair, Krezip, Vanessa Amorosi and many others.
Krystal Meyers is the self-titled debut album by Krystal Meyers, released in 2005 on Essential Records. Krystal's first album was a pop punk album comparable to Ashlee Simpson and Avril Lavigne.
Make Some Noise is the third and final studio album by the American Christian artist Krystal Meyers. Make Some Noise marks a departure from the alternative/pop rock style of her two previous albums, in favor of a largely 80s-inspired dance-pop sound. The US release of the CD features ten new tracks, while the Japanese-exclusive edition features all ten, plus a bonus track. The album debuted at No. 20 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart.
"Hallelujah" is the third single from the album Dying for a Heart by Krystal Meyers. "Hallelujah" peaked at No 28 on the Christian Rock chart.
This is a listing of discography from Krystal Meyers.
"The Way to Begin" is a Christian rock song from Christian rock/pop singer Krystal Meyers. The song served as the lead single to her self-titled debut album and peaked at No. 1 on the United States Christian CHR Charts. It was released to radio and to digital stores such as iTunes and Rhapsody.
Chrystal Soo Jung, professionally known as Krystal, Krystal Jung or Jung Soo-jung (Korean: 정수정), is a Korean-American singer and actress based in South Korea. She debuted in 2009 as a member of the South Korean girl group f(x) and has further participated in SM Entertainment's project group SM the Ballad. Aside from group activities, she has also acted in various South Korean drama series such as The Heirs (2013), My Lovely Girl (2014), Prison Playbook (2017), The Bride of Habaek (2017), Player (2018) and Search (2020).
"Anticonformity" is a Christian rock song written and sung by Christian rock/pop singer Krystal Meyers. It was composed by Krystal Meyers, Hannah Dwinell and Ian Eskelin, and appears on her self-titled debut album. It rose to number one song in Japan in 2005, knocking the Red Hot Chili Peppers from that coveted position.
"My Savior" is a Christian rock song sung by Krystal Meyers, composed by her and Ian Eskelin. It appears on her self-titled debut album and was included in a 2006 expansion pack for the Dance Praise video game.
"Fire" is the 3rd single off the album "Krystal Meyers", by Krystal Meyers. Fire peaked at No. 9 on the Christian Rock Charts.
"Shine" is the first single from the album Make Some Noise by Krystal Meyers. It was released in the United States and Japan in 2008.
"Beautiful Tonight" is the fourth single from the album Make Some Noise by Krystal Meyers, released in the United States and Japan in 2008.
Ian Eskelin, is a record producer, songwriter, solo artist, and founding member and lead singer of the Grammy-nominated Christian rock band All Star United, and president of recording and publishing company Radiate Music. He won the Dove Award for "Producer of the Year" in 2011 and 2008, and was nominated for the same award in 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2012. Eskelin also has received multiple Dove and Grammy nominations for his songwriting and production work working with artists such as Francesca Battistelli "Holy Spirit", 7eventh Time Down "God Is on the Move", Sidewalk Prophets, Chris August, and Hawk Nelson to name a few. As an artist and writer Eskelin has had more than fifty Top 10 singles in the United States, including 25 No. 1 charting songs. He has additionally had international No. 1 songs in various countries including Japan, Singapore, and Australia. Ian's songs have been licensed for use on major networks including ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN and feature films.
Barry Weeks, is a record producer, songwriter and mixer. As a producer and songwriter he has garnered multiple Grammy and Dove award nominations and multiple BMI awards as well as several #1s and multiple top 10 songs. Barry's songs have been licensed for use on ESPN, NBC, CBS and many other networks. Barry has worked with many well known artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Backstreet Boys, Francesca Battistelli, and Dave Barnes.