Israel Houghton

Israel Houghton (pronounced, hoh’-tin) (born May 19, 1971) is a Grammy Award-winning American Christian singer and worship leader, mostly known for his cross-cultural style of Christian music that fuses elements from gospel, jazz and rock. Houghton is usually credited as Israel & New Breed and currently signed to Integrity Music. Houghton is a worship leader at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. "All Around" is on the Digital Praise PC game Guitar Praise.

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New Season (Israel & New Breed Album) - Credits
... Producers Israel Houghton Joe Houge Executive Producers Don Moen - Executive Producer Chris Thomason - Executive Producer Arrangers Israel Houghton - Band ... Gilliam Worship Leader Israel Houghton - Worship Leader, Liner Notes Special Guests Derrick Thomas - Guest Worship Leader, Choir Director Keith Staten - Guest Psalmist ...
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... by Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stu Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W ... "Shout Praise" Israel Houghton, tobyMac, Ana Paula Valadão Darlene Zschech 310 3 ... "King of the Broken" Darlene Zschech, Israel Houghton, Leeland Mooring Lakewood Choir 604 10 ...

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