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C.Chris Allman

Chris Allman

Biography

Chris Allman was the original tenor singer for Greater Vision, serving in that capacity from 1990 to 1995. He is also an accomplished songwriter. Among his compositions are I Still Believe, recorded by the Mark Trammell Trio and There's No Need To Die, which was recorded by the Hoppers. He also co-wrote Greater Vision's song Lay Them Down And Leave Them. He is also the brother of songwriter Robin Allman Riggins.

In 2010, Allman returned to sing tenor for Greater Vision.

Discography

???? His Faithfulness (Custom Records): Won't It Be Wonderful; Lay It Down; For All He's Done; Don't You Doubt; The Love Of God; Precious Blood; Beyond What I Can See; I Still Believe; As Faithful As You; Jesus Never Fails.

Songwriter's Résumé

(Partial List)

A Risen Savior
Come Unto Me
Don't You Doubt
For All He's Done
Forgiven By The Lord
God Still Rolls Away Stones
God Will Provide
I Can Trust You
I Could Never Praise Him Enough
I Still Believe
Just Stand
Lay Them Down And Leave Them
My Guilt Is No Match For His Grace
Oh What A Friend
Take What You Have
The Blood Hasn't Ever Changed
There's No Need To Die

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