Never Alone is the third album by Christian singer Amy Grant, released in 1980 through Myrrh Recordings.

By this point in her life, Amy had entered her sophomore year at Furman University and developed a budding relationship with studio songwriter Gary Chapman. The three songs from the album that they co-wrote obscurely describe their on-again, off-again relationship. Although Never Alone was not as popular as its predecessor, the 1979 album My Father's Eyes, it still managed to score a Top Ten Christian hit in "Look What Has Happened To Me."

Contents Edit


  • 1 Track listing
  • 2 Personnel
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Charts
    • 4.1 End of year charts
  • 5 References

Track listing[edit] Edit

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Look What Has Happened To Me"   Brown Bannister, Gary Chapman 3:15
2. "So Glad"   Amy Grant, Bannister, Chris Christian 4:43
3. "Walking Away With You"   Grant, Chapman, Christian 4:25
4. "Family"   Grant 2:44
5. "Don't Give Up On Me"   Grant, Bannister, Chapman 3:59
6. "That's The Day"   Bruce Hibbard, Hadley Hockensmith, Kelly Willard 3:43
7. "If I Have To Die"   Grant 3:48
8. "All I Ever Have To Be"   Chapman 2:36
9. "It's A Miracle"   Chapman, Christian 2:45
10. "Too Late"   Grant, Christian 3:14
11. "First Love"   Dawn Rodgers 2:50
12. "Say Once More"   Brian Carr, Gwen Moore 2:27

Personnel[edit] Edit

  • Amy Grant: vocals
  • Pete Bordonali: electric guitar, classical guitar
  • Jimmy Capps: acoustic guitar
  • Johnny Christopher: acoustic guitar
  • Bruce Dees: electric guitar, background vocals
  • Tim May: electric guitar
  • Billy Joe Walker, Jr.: electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • David Hungate: bass guitar
  • Joe Schmee: bass guitar
  • Jack Williams: bass guitar
  • Bob Wray: bass guitar, acoustic bass
  • Shane Keister: synthesizer, acoustic piano
  • Clayton Ivey: Fender Rhodes
  • Thomas Cain: acoustic piano, background vocals
  • Larry Muhoberac: acoustic piano
  • Clay Caire: drums
  • Roger Clark: drums
  • Paul Leim: drums
  • Farrell Morris: percussion, marimba
  • Mark Morris: percussion
  • Fred Petry: percussion
  • Cindy Reynolds: harp
  • Jerry Roberts: accordion
  • Dennis Solee: flute, saxophone, lyricon
  • Brown Bannister: background vocals
  • Steve Brantley: background vocals
  • Gary Chapman: background vocals
  • Diana DeWitt: background vocals
  • Greg Gordon: background vocals
  • Patti Leatherwood: background vocals
  • Gary Pigg: background vocals
  • Belinda West: background vocals

Production[edit] Edit

  • Producer: Brown Bannister for Chris Christian Productions
  • Executive Producer: Michael Blanton
  • Engineers: Jimmy Birch, Jack Joseph Puig
  • Mixed by Brown Bannister
  • Mastered by Glenn Meadows
  • String arrangements: John Darnall, Ronn Huff and Shane Keister
  • Horn arrangements: Don Hart
  • Design: Michael Harris
  • Photography: Mike Borum

Charts[edit] Edit

Album - Billboard (North America)
Year Chart Position
1980 Top Inspirational Albums 1

Singles - CCM Magazine (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1981 "Look What Has Happened To Me" Christian Radio–Adult Contemporary 3

End of year charts[edit] Edit

Year Chart Position 1980 U.S. Billboard Inspirational Albums 25
1981 5