Phil Wickham Celebrates Platinum Success

Pictured (Front row, L-R): Dan Franquemont (Spotify), Brittany Schaffer (Spotify), Phil Wickham, Kim Davis (BrickHouse Entertainment), Kevin Huffman (WME). Pictured (Back row, L-R): Scott Brickell (BrickHouse Entertainment), Jeff Moseley (FairTrade Services), Mike Snider (WME)

While recording with Spotify at Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, Phil Wickham was surprised by FairTrade Services and long-time management, BrickHouse Entertainment, with an RIAA-certified platinum plaque for his song, “This Is Amazing Grace.” The track was released in 2013, and penned by Wickham alongside Josh Farro and Jeremy Riddle.

The plaque was presented to Wickham while recording exclusive songs for the Spotify Singles program at Sound Stage Studios on Music Row.

The surprise plaque presentation precedes the anticipated release of Wickham’s Living Hope, the artist’s first full-length, new album in two years. Living Hope releases Aug. 3.


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