Gospel singer George Beverly Shea is celebrating his 102nd birthday on Tuesday.
Shea is best known for performing at evangelical Christian crusades with the Reverend Billy Graham. He sang alongside Graham for 60 years.
He has recorded more that 500 vocal solos, more than 70 albums and has appeared on radio, television and in motion pictures. Shea has also performed around the world and holds the Guinness Book of World Records mark for singing in front of the most people ever: a combined audience of 220 million.
He earned 10 Grammy nominations during his long career and won a Grammy in 1965.
On Feb. 12, Shea will travel to Los Angeles, Calif., to receive his second Grammy -- a Lifetime Achievement Award.
"We believe that Mr. Shea will be the oldest living recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award," said Grammy spokeswoman Stephanie Schell.
Shea credits his long life to "the Lord, a good wife and coffee."
He said that even though he's 102, he'll have just one candle to blow out on his birthday cake.