Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Turn up the volume for five Christian artists heading to the Palace

The Palace Theatre’s Christian music line-up is strong this fall with performances by leading artists in the genre. Musicians will include Jeremy Camp (Sunday, September 18), Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey (Thursday, October 13), and Building 429 and Colton Dixon (Wednesday, November 2).

Below are a few of our favorite songs from the five musicians. So sit back, turn up the volume and then grab up your tickets to see these talented artists perform some live music!

Jeremy Camp “Christ in Me"

Jeremy describes himself as “a minister who happens to play music as a way to minister.” He will be performing “Christ in Me” along with other songs from his new album I Will Follow, which has guest songwriters Mosley and Jason Ingram. Get tickets for the show Sunday, September 18.

Natalie Grant “Clean”

“Clean” is the fifth song on Natalie’s new album Be One. After listening to only one song, you will know why The Gospel Music Association named her Female Vocalist of the Year five times. Get tickets for the show Thursday, October 13.

Danny Gokey “Hope in Front of Me”
For American Idol finalist Danny Gokey, “Hope in Front of Me” is more than just lyrics to a great song (and the title to his latest album). They define his life and underscore his mission to reach others with hope and entertainment. Get tickets to see the K-LOVE Artist of the Year sing on Thursday, October 13.

Building 429 “Unashamed”
Unashamed is a powerful and anthemic album from Building 429. Not only does it deliver moving songs, it also encourages listeners to live their lives unashamed as told through the album-titled song. Get tickets for the show Wednesday, November 2.

Colton Dixon “Limitless”

When it comes to Colton’s lyrics and vocals, they certainly are limitless. The American Idol alum will sing this along with other songs from his third studio album The Calm Before the Storm. Get tickets for the show Wednesday, November 2.

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