Tennessee-bred Jason Crabb conquered hearts with his 2012 album, and next week, history might repeat itself during his “Love is Stronger” concert in East Texas.
The Grammy Award-winning Christian vocalist will perform 7 p.m. Saturday at Sabine High School in Liberty City.
“They say everything’s bigger in Texas, right, so we’re looking forward to having a big time,” Crabb said.
He compares being on stage to a light bulb of joy illuminating.
The summer leg of Crabb’s concert series likely will embody the same soulful vocal range that made him a hit on his 2012 album.
New Christian voice Natasha Owens of Texas joins the summer sing-a-long for the “Love is Stronger” tour as well.
“You’re going to fall in love with this sweet woman and her ministry,” Crabb said.
His band, with members Blaine Johnson, Michael Rowsey and Lori Sikes, plays nearly anything thrown their way.
“I hope it reaches across the ages because I’ve got the best band in the world,” Crabb said.
His twist of country and soul into Christian contemporary music crosses genre lines for audiences who want a fresh listen.
“My family grew up in church singing and playing, so there’s definitely some flavors of my childhood, but there’s a little something for everybody,” Crabb said.
The 21-time Gospel Music Association Dove Award winner earned two additional accolades as the Male Artist of the Year and Artist of the Year.
Crabb added television to his resume with appearances on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” the “Jim Bakker Show,” Marie Osmond’s “Marie” and Fox News.
For the silver screen, Crabb wrote a title song for the film “Finding Faith,” starring Erik Estrada.
For information, call (855) 223-1008 or visit jasoncrabb.com.