Christian singer and songwriter primarily known for composing songs inspired by folk music. As a member of the Key of David Ministries, he has released more than a dozen albums both independently and through a number of record labels.
He released his debut album Key of David in 2000. The album was recorded live and much of it was spontaneous and unrehearsed.
In 2009, he appeared in the documentary Justice Waiting.
Born in Minneapolis, he was adopted at one years old by a Christian family. His biological father was Cherokee. He and his wife Rachel have four children: Samuel, Emma, Lucy, and Oliver.
In 2002, he contributed to the collaborative tribute album Your Love Broke Through: The Worship Songs of Keith Green.