Jeff Johnson – Amazed EP (2009)

Jeff Johnson - Amazed EP (2009)

Artist: Jeff Johnson
Album: Amazed EP
Release Date: August 4th, 2009
Style: Praise & Worship, Pop, Rock
Label: Independent / Catapult
Location: Dallas, Texas


The Jeff Johnson Band began to formulate in 2003 with Jeff stepping away from his corporate job to pursue leading worship. It was at the Passion Conference (1998) that the Lord revealed to Jeff that his passion was to lead worship and see people changed by the glory of God. With a desire and faith to believe that God would provide for them, Jeff left his job and began working on his first record.

In 2007, the band released their second album, Glorious Day. “Ruin Me,” a popular song from the record, became their first radio single. Many opportunities have come for the guys to lead worship for events and the Lord’s hand has definitely shown to be faithful in their journey.

Currently, the band helps lead worship at Breakaway, a non-denominational Bible study of 6,000 college students at Texas A&M University (College Station, TX). They also are partnered with friends down at Baylor University (Waco, TX) where they assist in leading Vertical, another collegiate Bible study. While their passion is leading college students, they have many incredible opportunities partnering with youth camps (such as Student Life, Super Summers), doing their own concerts and weekend conferences for various organizations.

Jeff Johnson

Track Listing:

1. Reign
2. Amazed
3. Stronger
4. Beauty of the Cross
5. Passion


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2 thoughts on “Jeff Johnson – Amazed EP (2009)”

  1. Just out of curiosity, why are there posts like this where there’s not a download link? This is the second one like this I’ve found recently that I’d love to download but can’t, isn’t the whole point of this site to let people preview music?

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