Nearly every song ever recorded tackles the topic of love. It’s long been the favored subject for songwriters and poets throughthe ages, but when an artist turns his focus to the love of Jesus, the result is bound to be powerful, especially when that artist is the multi-talented worship leader, songwriter and producer Micah Stampley. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Louisiana, young Micah took to music at an early age and was directing choirs by the age of seven. He spent his youth soaking up the sounds of Andrae Crouch, Michael W. Smith and Shirley Caesar as well as Michael Jackson and Cyndi Lauper. By 2005, he made his recording debut with the acclaimed Songbook of Micah album. Since then God has opened doors to a variety of opportunities. Stampley’s music career has soared and he’s expanded into acting, working with Will Farrell in Anchorman Part II and appearing on TV in Tyler Perry’s “House of Pain” and the USA network series “Necessary Roughness.”
Currently living in Atlanta, Stampley is a devoted family man who is passionate about serving God and spreading the gospel. Produced by
Micah and Aaron Lindsey, Love Never Fails showcases Stampley’s continued commitment to growing musically and sharing the gospel in new and fresh ways to a world that desperately needs hope. He breathes new life into Chris Tomlin’s “Our God.” Stampley’s desire to embrace diversity in his music is part of his calling and life-line for those who would probably never listen to faith-based music. Love Never Fails also features a stunning version of the Josh Groban hit, “You Raise Me Up” that is a heartfelt tribute that Stampley dedicates to the people that God used to help shape his life.