Jason Crabb has in the last few years emerged as ‘the face’ of Southern Gospel Music to long-time listeners as well as to the legion of new generation fans he’s helped bring into the fold—transitioning seamlessly from his full-time role as the power-house lead vocalist for The Crabb Family when the group left the road—to launching a solo career that has already literally proven to be ‘without borders.’ Today at 37, with Grammy® and multiple Dove Awards to his credit, as well as, being named Gospel Music Associations 2012 Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year, Jason Crabb wears success as singer, songwriter, musician, producer, actor and best-selling author all with equal humility in the knowledge that God has called him to the mission of reaching people.
Adam Crabb has been referred to as the “face of youth” in the Southern Gospel world, often bridging the gap between grandparents, parents and children. His musicianship along with his powerful vocal delivery is true to the style that the Crabb Family fan has come to expect and enjoy. He is committed to ministry and considers this “life” a calling instead of a career. Adam is the newest member of The Gaither Vocal Band. His reputation as a studio musician is impressive. He electrifies a large auditorium with that unbelievably small harmonica, promoters say.
Jason and Adam Crabb will be in concert with Full Gospel Temple located at 4745 U.S. 127 North, Eaton, on Friday, June 27. The concert starts at 7 p.m. and the doors open at 6 p.m. Reserved seating is $20 and general seating is $15.
The first 75 tickets for 18 and under are free; however, one must call and reserve seats to get these free tickets. To purchase tickets call 937-336-7256.