Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Where: The Paramount
Cost: $53.50 VIP TICKET, $38.50 EARLY ENTRY TICKET, $28.50 GENERAL ADMISSION
General Admission: $28.50
Early Entry Ticket: $38.50*
Early Entry at 6:00PM
VIP Ticket: $53.50*
Early Entry at 5:30PM
After-show Meet & Greet photo with Crowder
*This is NOT a reserved seat. This is a general admission show and there are NO refunds or reductions if you do not arrive before main doors open to pick your seat.
Crowderhas been embraced for his lyrically powerful, musically elaborate, and unpredictable songs that have found themselves being sung everywhere from churches to clubs all across the country. As a solo artist, Crowder has received two GRAMMY® Nominations, K-LOVE Fan Award Nods and five GMA Dove Awards Nominations. Crowder’s first solo album, Neon Steeple, debuted at No. 8 on theBillboard 200, was named iTunes 2014 Christian Album of the Year, and boasted a No. 1 radio hit. Featuring a duet with music legend Emmy Lou Harris, Crowder made his debut appearance on the Grand Ole Opry in 2014. As an active member of the Passion movement founded by Louie Giglio, Crowder participates in the impactful university student gatherings in the U.S. and around the world. A published author, Crowder has also penned two books including his acclaimed release, Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven, but Nobody Wants to Die.
[Tedashii web blurb]
While Christian rapper Tedashii’s robust stature and delivery on the mic catch the attention of most, his gentle spirit hints at an even deeper story behind the man and the music. His much-anticipated fourth disc, Below Paradise, became a much more personal take on the sometimes harsh realities of this world, both the joy and the sorrow. Below Paradise doesn’t just track Tadashii’s personal growth, though. It also shows his progress as an artist. From his noteworthy 2006 debut, Kingdom People and 2009’s Identity Crisis to this latest album, we’ve seen his style continue to become richer and more fully developed. His heavy bass vocals and dynamic, dramatic beats insist listeners sit up and take notice. The takeaway is that we all need to be looking at ways we can speak truth to ourselves and others. Life is short, and there’s no time like right now to get real.
[The New Respects Web Blurb]
The New Respects is a Nashville-based band composed of three siblings: Zandy Fitzgerald, Lexi Fitzgerald, Darius Fitzgerald and their cousin Jasmine Mullen. The four-piece band falls into a genre of their own, meshing rock & roll and pop with overlays of acoustic tones. Capitol CMG Label Group President Peter York said, “They represent a rare and special combination of talents. Their music defies categorization and connects to the listener with raw emotion and authentic grooves that are original, yet familiar. They have a distinct place and voice in the never ending sea of new talent, but most importantly a contagious joy that seems to permeate all of their songs in fresh and compelling ways.” The New Respects hope listeners hear the bands’ ideas and dreams conveyed in their songs, as they do their best to say something that’s worth listening to.