Scott Krippayne is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1996||Aaron Jeoffrey||After The Rain||Songwriter|
|1997||Aaron Jeoffrey||The Climb||Songwriter|
|1999||Avalon||In a Different Light||Songwriter|
|2000||Rick Altizer||Go Nova||Songwriter, Piano, Background Vocals|
|2003||FFH||Ready to Fly||Songwriter|
|2003||Various Artists||David: Ordinary Man... Extraordinary God||Twenty-Three|
|2003||The Martins||Above It All||Songwriter|
|2012||Bryan Duncan||Conversations||Track Producer, Songwriter, Keyboards, Programming|
Scott Krippayne (born July 23, 1971 in Seattle, Washington) is a Christian music artist, singer and songwriter. He has released ten albums between 1992 and 2008. Krippayne is better known for his contributions towards other contemporary Christian artists. Over 150 of his songs have been recorded by other Christian artists including Point of Grace, John Tesh, Avalon, Jaci Velasquez, FFH, True Vibe and Sandi Patty.
In 2007, he wrote "This Is My Now" with his pastor Jeff Peabody which was chosen as the coronation song for the final of American Idol Season Six sung by the Top 2 Jordin Sparks and Blake Lewis. Krippayne has also authored two books; Hugs for Teens and More Than A Story.
Scott Krippayne. (2011, October 30). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 16:02, February 19, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Scott_Krippayne&oldid=458094022