Sabine High School: Christian musician to perform in Liberty City

Published on Saturday, 12 July 2014 00:18 - Written by From Staff Reports

Jason Crabb, one of Christian music’s most celebrated artists, plans to fill the air at Sabine High School in Liberty City on Saturday, July 26 at 7 p.m.

Presented by Muse Concerts and sponsored by Feed the Children, Love is Stronger promises to be a high-energy night of music, musicianship and ministry featuring Jason Crabb and his band at Sabine High School, 5424 Farm-to-Market 1252 W.

“Vocalist, musician, author, actor and host Jason Crabb is a rare breed,” according to the news release. “Neither defined by, nor confined to a genre or even a singular career path, his powerful, emotive voice and talent transcend industry labels and artistic nooks. Rarely, if ever, has the Christian music industry, or the entertainment industry as a whole, been privy to such a broadly and deeply talented artist. But despite the enormity of his talent, what truly distinguishes Jason from the rest is his unwavering humility and gratitude.”

In 2012, Crabb walked away with not only Male Artist of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards; he took home Artist of the Year as well, marking 21 Dove Awards throughout his career, not to mention the Grammy Award he took home in 2010. He has also performed on some of the world’s most prestigious stages, ranging from “The Grand Ole Opry” and the Brooklyn Tabernacle to arena platforms.

His most recent album, “Love is Stronger,” was released in 2012 and co-produced by Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus, Ed Cash and Wayne Haun. His latest success is the contribution of the title song to “Finding Faith,” a film about online predators staring Erik Estrada.

Tickets for Love is Stronger are $15 General Admission and $25 Gold Circle and can be purchased at the church, by phone at 855-223-1008 or online at jasoncrabb.com or museconcerts.com. All tickets purchased online will include a per-ticket convenience fee. Seating is on a first-come, first served basis. Doors open at 6 p.m.