Bebo Norman is a former contemporary Christian musician from Columbus, Georgia. His most successful album to date is Myself When I Am Real, which included hit songs "Great Light Of The World" and "Falling Down." Other popular songs by Bebo include "Disappear," "Nothing Without You," "I Will Lift My Eyes," and "Borrow Mine."
Bebo is a graduate of Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. He was originally involved in Young Life Ministries and gained a considerable fanbase by performing at the summer camps there. Upon releasing Big Blue Sky, his third album, Bebo included a slip asking for donations to the organization. His song "Walk Down This Mountain" is about an experience at Young Life's Wilderness Ranch.
Bebo released Between The Dreaming And The Coming True in September 2006. The tour in support of this album featured Christian music newcomers Aaron Shust and Brandon Heath. His song "To Find My Way To You" was used on various promos for the CBS sitcom The Class. Bebo's single called "Britney" is written to Britney Spears, and is featured on Bebo's 2008 self-titled album.
The album Ocean, released in 2010, is a personal album, according to Bebo, that covers the discovery of his true identity and the battle between fear and faith. The singer/songwriter told CBN.com that he hopes Ocean causes listeners to "look internally…at where they draw their own identity from. It's worth wrestling with who we are, where we draw our value from, and where we draw our life from and.... refocusing on the source of whatever season of life we are in rather than focusing on the season itself."
After releasing his 2012 album, Lights Of Distant Cities, Bebo announced his retirement from music in 2013.