KILPATRICK, Bob. b. Louisville, Kentucky, 25 October 1952. Born into a Scottish-American Air Force chaplain’s home, Kilpatrick became a Christian in 1968, and from that time on has devoted himself to a troubadour ministry of contemporary Christian music. He is a solo performer, song writer, broadcaster, and record producer. Think, Pray, Groove (2003), and This Changes Everything (2006) document his style of music: a mix of folk, gospel and progressive rock. ‘In my life, Lord, be glorified’* is his best known song. Kilpatrick is a national spokesman for the Colorado-based children's charity Compassion International, and lives with his musical wife Cindy in Redding, California.
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