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Audrey Assad was born on 1 July, 1983 in New Jersey, United States, is an American singer-songwriter and contemporary Christian music artist..
|Age||37 years old|
|Born||1 July 1983|
|Birthplace||New Jersey, United States|
Audrey Assad Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Audrey Assad’s Husband?
Her husband is William Gene Price III (m. 2011)
|Husband||William Gene Price III (m. 2011)|
Audrey Assad Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Audrey Assad worth at the age of 37 years old? Audrey Assad’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. She is from United States. We have estimated Audrey Assad’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Artist|
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In July 2019, Assad announced that she and her husband had begun divorce proceedings.
Assad released her second independent album, Inheritance, on February 12, 2016. Besides two original songs, both co-written with Matt Maher, the rest of the album contains new renditions of traditional church hymns such as “Holy, Holy, Holy” and “Be Thou My Vision,” as well as a new rendition of the Latin-language hymn “Ubi caritas.” “Holy, Holy, Holy” saw radio airplay after its release as a single on March 15, 2016. On July 10, 2017, Assad announced via her Twitter page that she was recording her first album of original material since Fortunate Fall, indicating a release in February 2018. The album, Evergreen, became available for pre-order via PledgeMusic, with 5 percent of campaign proceeds going towards Preemptive Love Coalition.
Wanting to steer her music closer to liturgical and worship music and attracted by the economic advantages of independent production, Audrey Assad parted ways with Sparrow Records “on good terms”. Assad ran a Kickstarter campaign with the help of her husband that reached double its goal by its finish on April 15, 2013. The proceeds paid for Assad’s third studio album, Fortunate Fall, which Assad produced herself under the name “Fortunate Fall Records”, as well as a live concert EP, O Happy Fault, and a film of the concert.
Her second album, Heart, was released on February 14, 2012. The album sold 7,300 units in its debut week, an increase of 185 percent over her previous album, and reached No. 18 on the overall iTunes chart. For the most part, the new album was a further development of the ″piano-driven style and lyrical depth″ that The House You’re Building had shown. The track “Sparrow”, was released as a single, and similarly did well. “Sparrow” was based on the classic gospel hymn, “His Eye Is on the Sparrow”, which Assad said she loved seeing and hearing in Sister Act 2 when she was young.
Assad met her future partner in Arizona while on tour with Matt Maher in 2008; the couple married on February 19, 2011 in Phoenix. In October 2017, Assad gave birth to their second child, a daughter named Camila St. Clare.
Her debut album, The House You’re Building, was released through Sparrow Records in July 2010 and went on to be named on Amazon.com’s list of Best Christian Music of 2010, as well as the Christian and Gospel Breakthrough Album of the Year on iTunes. She has worked and toured with other CCM artists such as Chris Tomlin, Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher and Jars of Clay. In 2018, she released Evergreen.
In 2009, Assad signed with Sparrow Records, who had been talking to Assad after the release of her EP. For her first album, Assad then met and played for producer Marshall Altman, who eventually agreed to produce what would become The House You’re Building. Altman and Assad recorded the album at the Galt Line Studio in Los Angeles. The House You’re Building was released on July 13, 2010, and the title track was featured as a free download on iTunes Discovery Download. The album performed well commercially and critically, going on to become the Amazon.com’s “Best Album of 2010” in the Christian Music category, as well as being the best selling new artist in the Christian Music category of 2010 according to SoundScan. The album reached No. 12 on the Billboard Christian Albums chart and No. 6 on its Heatseekers chart.
In 2008 when Assad was 24, she decided to move to Nashville, Tennessee to continue and focus on her music career. She raised $7,000 from friends and fans to support her move from Florida. In Nashville, she worked with producers Paul Moak and Phillip LaRue and recorded a five-song EP, Firefly, which sold at shows and featured a handwritten cover made of a brown paper bag. She supported herself by working as a nanny before meeting fellow Catholic musician Matt Maher. Maher took Assad under his wing and brought her to various gigs, where she sang back-up vocals and played sets during his shows. The time they spent together around Maher’s home base of Phoenix, Arizona, would later prompt Assad to move there from Nashville. During this time, Assad also signed on to work as a staff writer for EMI Christian Music Group Publishing, doing songwriting work with other artists.
Assad was raised in a Protestant religious household; she reconfirmed her faith at the age of 19. Assad converted to Catholicism in 2007 in Florida.
In 2002, when Assad was 18, her family moved to Florida and she spent the next six years there. At 19, she briefly attended college and supported herself with odd jobs while beginning her musical career, writing and composing songs for the first time. Assad spent the next five years playing at various venues, performing original songs and covers. Venues ranged from restaurants, weddings, and coffee shops to leading and organizing worship concerts at church. In 2003, Assad recorded a four-song demo with Drew Middleton, a member of the CCM band Tenth Avenue North at the time. Assad toured with the band occasionally during that time.