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Essentia Health presents: Crowder with Micah Tyler & Austin French

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Date:
September 19
Time:
7:00 pm
Gates:
5:00 pm
Tickets:
$25.00 - $75.00
Audience:
All Ages
Seating:
Reserved & GA
Event Category:

Venue

Bluestem Amphitheater
801 50th Ave S
Moorhead, MN 56560
Website:
bluestemamphitheater.org

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Artist Bio

Over 3 Million records sold and 3 GRAMMY® Nominations. Crowder’s first solo album, Neon Steeple, debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, was named iTunes 2014 Christian Album of the Year, garnered multiple radio hits, two GRAMMY® nominations, a Grand Ole Opry debut, a Dove Award and multiple nods and numerous K-LOVE Fan Award Nominations.

American Prodigal, the awaited GRAMMY® nominated follow-up album released in 2016, landing at No. 1 on the Christian & Gospel Album Chart, No. 3 on the Digital Albums Chart, No. 5 on the Top Albums Billboard Chart and No. 12 on the Top 200 Billboard Chart. The song “All My Hope” brought Crowder a No. 1 radio single, in addition to two Top 10 singles prior to that from American Prodigal. This record has also earned the solo artist a Dove Award, six Dove Award nominations, and two more KLOVE Fan Award nominations. As an artist, Crowder continues to challenge preconceived boundaries and engages listeners in a way that is deeply affecting. The brand-new album, I Know A Ghost, is now available everywhere. Crowder’s new music has shown immediate connection as “Red Letters,” the first song released to radio, continues to gain support from stations across the country.


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