Posted: Apr 14, 2019
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On Wednesday, April 24, artists Paul Overstreet, Jason Crabb and Billy Austin, will preform at LCA’s Rose Campus. The artists have 4 Grammys and 24 Dove Awards between them.
Tickets to the 7pm show are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking HERE. Tickets are priced at $10 and $15 each with net proceeds benefitting LCA programs and initiatives.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
As a songwriter, Paul Overstreethas written and co-written 27 top ten songs, his first being George Jones', “Same Ole Me”. Other artists who have made Overstreet songs famous include Randy Travis, singing “On the Other Hand” and “Forever and Ever, Amen”. Tanya Tucker topped the charts with “One Love at a Time” and “My Arms Stay Open All Night”. The late Keith Whitley, and after him, Alison Kraus, recorded "When You Say Nothing at All" and the song that put Blake Shelton on the map, "Some Beach". Overstreet has earned two Grammys and three Dove Awards.
In his career, Kentucky-born Jason Crabb has won two Grammys and 21 Dove Awards – being named the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards Artist and Male Vocalist of the Year along with Song of the Year. Crabb has shared the stage with artists such as Gloria Gaynor, Kari Jobe, Vince Gill, Mary Mary’s Erica Campbell, Donnie McClurkin, Wynonna, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Michael W. Smith, Jamie Grace, Sandi Patty, the Oak Ridge Boys and more. Crabb has been featured and covered by People Magazine, Fox News, Country Living, The Huffington Post, Billboard, USA Today, Entertainment Tonight, and Country Weekly, among others, and was named one of Nashville’s Most Beautiful People by Nashville Lifestyles Magazine.
Billy Austin is an accomplished musician, writer and producer. He plays guitar, mandolin, fiddle and bass. His recent writing successes include 7 cuts with artists on major labels and a “Multiple Week Top Ten Billboard and R&R Hit with the smash single 99.9% Sure (I’ve Never Been Here Before). Billy co-wrote the #1 smash hit “Leave the Pieces”, recorded by The Wreckers. “Leave the Pieces” spent two weeks at #1 on the Billboard and R&R charts respectively. The song was Grammy nominated and received both BMI and ASCAP awards.
The trio will be donating their time and monumental talent to help LCA build on three decades of faith, service, and excellence. “We’re honored to be part of LCA’s thirtieth anniversary celebration,” Crabb said. “We’re looking forward to sharing our songs, interacting with the audience, and honoring our Savior on this special night.”
Overstreet, Crabb, and Austin will play a second show for the students, faculty, and staff earlier in the day.