Christian rocker, Crowder is taking his southern-rock album “American Prodigal” on a road trip and the fans are ecstatic. The Grammy nominated singer and multi-instrumentalist was on cloud nine recently when his track “Run Devil Run” was played during the popular broadcast of Sunday Night Football. Now on great demand the contemporary Christian singer has announced the third leg of his tour and already huge sales of Crowder tickets are being recorded. Known for his progressive and bold musical style, Crowder attracts diverse audiences who are always eager to fill his concert venues.
- Buy Crowder, Mountain Arts Center Tickets for 04/30 07:30 PM Crowder, Mountain Arts Center tickets for 04/30 07:30 PM at Mountain Arts Center, Prestonsburg, KY
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Crowder – Helping the Church Announce Things to God
That’s how David Wallace Crowder describes his music. How he got into Christian music is also an interesting story. While studying at the Baylor University, Crowder was actually quite surprised to know that most, if not all, students didn’t attend church or have a faith to rely on. Along with a common believer Chris Seay, Crowder started the University Baptist Church in 1995 and initially it had only 20 people.
With time the number increased as more and more people attended the church, not just to enjoy David Crowder’s music but also because they could relate to the sessions. From 1996 till 2012, Crowder was the frontman of the modern worship band David Crowder Band and with them released six studio albums. Their third album “A Collision” was also nominated for a Grammy Award in the “Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album” category.
David’s music and its themes were based on the things he was going through in life. His inspirational compositions touched upon diverse spiritual emotions and he was able to connect with even the non-Christians. Songs like “Revolutionary Love” and “Here is Our King” earned him a lot of recognition as well as awards. Following the disbandment of David Crowder Band, he embarked on a solo tour that continues to thrive today.
Crowder Pushes the Envelope Whilst Sustaining Spirituality
Christian music doesn’t allow much room to be adventurous due to a smaller pool of audiences. But despite the handicap, Crowder has been able to push boundaries, break through the stylistic ground and incorporate various elements into his compositions. Earlier his music was enjoyed by only church going people but today, his tunes can be heard in restaurants, on popular radio stations and are on many playlists.
In 2014, Crowder released his solo debut album “Neon Steeple”. It featured him as a risk taking, bold musician and he successfully blurred the lines between traditional and contemporary sounds. The tracks “Neon Intro” and “My Beloved” shine as infectious folk-electronica numbers; whereas, in “Hands of Love”, “You Are” and “Ain’t No Grave” he treats the listeners to an eclectic blend of styles. The gospel number “Come As You Are” is one of the best songs produced by the singer and perhaps the fittest representations of Jesus Christ.
“American Prodigal” hit the shelves in 2016 and like its predecessor also topped the Billboard Christian Albums charts. The second effort comes with a solid musical evolution as Crowder incorporated swamp pop into his folktronica compositions. Its theme is quite straightforward – acknowledging your sins, finding redemption with a promise of heaven.
What makes Crowder such a successful musician is the versatility he brings to the palette. The album presents a fusion of styles – worship songs, foot-stompers and innovative quirky tracks with metaphorical lyrics.
This is why even his live shows witness a huge attendance as opposed to the other Christian music artists. Crowder tickets are popular among the young and old alike, believers and not-so-religious people and anyone looking to have a great time, listening to inspirational music.
The American Prodigal Tour is going to be one of the biggest worship parties as the songs “Forgiven”, “I Am”, “Lift Your Head Weary Sinner (Chains),” “Come As You Are” and “My Victory” will make it an unforgettable evening. Tickets are now available but they won’t last long – make sure to buy them at your earliest.
Crowder Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Crowder's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Prestonsburg at the Mountain Arts Center on 30-Apr-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Paducah at the The Carson Center on 3-May-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
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|Crowder||Niswonger Performing Arts Center - Greeneville||Greeneville, TN||Sat May 02 202007:30 PM|
|Crowder||The Carson Center||Paducah, KY||Sun May 03 202006:30 PM|
Crowder Ticket Prices
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