Matthew Garrison Chapman is famous as the son of an American singer, songwriter, musician, author as well as media personality Amy Grant and an American contemporary Christian singer-songwriter and musician Gary Chapman.
Matthew Garrison Chapman was born on September 25, 1987, in the United States of America. As of 2019, his age is 32 years old while his horoscope is Libra. As we already mentioned above he is the son of Amy Grant (mother) and Gary Chapman (father).
His mother is a singer, songwriter, musician, author as well as media personality while his father is a contemporary Christian singer-songwriter and musician.
His grandparents are Burton Paine Grant, Mary Chapman, Gloria Grant, and Terry Chapman. Further, he grew up with his sister named Corrina Grant Gill. Matt holds an American nationality while he belongs to a white ethnical background.
Matthew Garrison Chapman’s Parent has Millions of Net Worth
His father, Gary Chapman has an estimated net worth of around $5 million as of 2019. He also made money from The Nashville Network, as a host of the evening talk show, Prime Time Country. According to statistics online, Gary earned an average salary of $67k per year when on the network.
Likewise, his mother Amy Grant is an American singer and songwriter who has an estimated net worth of $55 million as of 2019.
Matthew Garrison Chapman is possibly single at the moment.
His Mother’s Career
His mother, Amy Grant is an American singer, songwriter, musician, author, and media personality. She made her singing debut during her late teens. In the year 1977, she signed a recording deal with Myrrh Records and began working on her debut album.
Then her debut album Amy Grant was released on the 3rd of February 1977 which is also one of her successful albums as it sold 50,000 copies at stake.
Her second album My Father’s Eyes which was released on the 20th of April 1979. Till now, Amy has released more than dozens of albums, and the fifteenth album, How Mercy Looks from Here was released in early 2013. She is also famous for performing contemporary Christian music and for a successful crossover to pop music in the 1980s and 1990s.
Some of her albums are The Postman (1997), Honeymoon in Vegas (1992), Amy Grant: Baby, Baby (1991), The 25 Songs of Christmas (2017), One His Wonderland (2016), Car Share (2015), Nativity 2: Danger in the Manager! (2012), and many more.
Matthew Garrison Chapman’s Father career
His father Gary Chapman is an American contemporary Christian singer-songwriter and musician. People also recognized him as the former host of the television talk show, Prime Time Country.
Gary shifted to Nashville, Tennessee, and was offered to play the guitar for a rock band called The Rambos. Later his song titled Father’s Eyes was recorded as the title song to Amy Grants’ Grammy-nominated second album, My Father’s Eye in 1979.
After that, he released another song Finally, which was recorded by T.G. Sheppard that peaked number one on the Country music charts. During the time from 1980 to the 1990s, Gary kept writing songs and producing music. Then he sang Brave Hearts in the year 1987 for the movie, Ernest Goes Camping.
In the year 1996, The Nashville Network said Gary would replace Tom Wopat’s place as a host of their evening talk show Prime Time Country. In the year 1999, the show ended.
Then, Gary rolled on to produce Muzik Mafia on CMT as well as appeared several times on the network’s Gone Country as a songwriting mentor.
Gary along with Big Kenny and John Rich, traveled to Vietnam to document the story of Niles Harris, who is a Vietnamese in the production of The 8th of November: A True Story of Pain and Honor. Chapman directed, wrote, produced, and scored the documentary. Moreover, he hosted the CCM Countdown.