Regie Hamm’s life has had all the twists, turns, and drama of a Hollywood movie.

His childhood in the Pentecostal church consisted of many tent revivals and all-night singings. From these humble beginnings, Regie came to experience wild success in the music industry. With 18 number one hits, numerous accolades and awards (including four wins for SESAC Songwriter of the Year!), several Grammy and Dove nominations, Regie had achieved stratospheric success by the turn of the century. In 2003, his critically acclaimed debut solo record, American Dreams, made several lists as the best record of the new millennium. Not long after “Babies,” the single from that record, began soaring up the Billboard pop charts, he and his wife Yolanda adopted a child of their own.

Nothing would prepare them for the drama they would face in adopting a little girl from China. When Isabella Hamm was diagnosed with the rare genetic disorder known as Angelman Syndrome in July 2007, Regie saw his life and career spin out of control. In the nearly five year journey leading up to this diagnosis, Regie and his family had experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. The challenges along the way tested not only their physical resources and their faith, but their very sanity.

In the depths of struggle, encouraged by his wife, Regie wrote just “one more song” for the American Idol songwriting contest in 2008. The song, “Time Of My Life,” not only won the contest, but became a 16-week number one smash for season 7 Idol winner David Cook. The song became a phenomenal success, appearing everywhere from the NBA finals to Dancing With The Stars. It even made it on to the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. While the Hamms unfortunately couldn’t make the journey to China, the song was broadcast to a billion people on that August night.

Regie Hamm’s amazing story is chronicled in his book, Angels & Idols. In addition to bringing about the development of a Hollywood movie of the same name, this story brought Regie a newfound sense of creativity.

In addition to writing songs, Regie now runs a blog that is read by hundreds of thousands of people around the globe. He travels the country performing, telling his story and encouraging people to keep moving forward, no matter what they are facing. He is a strong advocate for adoption as well as an ambassador for the Angelman Syndrome community. His foundation, The Angel Wings Foundation, is dedicated to helping with the issues that people with disabilities and their care-givers face day-to-day.

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