Crowder to play at SOLD OUT Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex.
The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds in partnership with WBFJ will host Crowder June 21 at 7:30 PM with tickets SOLD OUT.
“We are excited about the opportunity to expand our concert relationship with WBFJ. Crowder is going to be a great show for Winston-Salem and our facilities. This is our second sell out since 2016 when we sold out Travis Tritt! We hope the community continues to see and enjoy the partnerships we create with our local partners” Fairgrounds Manager Robert Mulhearn. “We will be featuring the War and Treaty on July 30 in a partnership with the National Black Theatre Festival to continue expanding our partnerships!” Fairgrounds Manager Robert Mulhearn.
David Crowder started the David Crowder Band and signed to Sixsteps/Sparrow records in 2002, the band had a 10-year run, winning 14 Dove Awards, before retiring in 2012. While David knew that the David Crowder Band was over, he knew that God still had musical plans for his future. The idea for Crowder and for Neon Steeple was birthed in the jump seat on the tour bus during their last tour as David Crowder Band. With 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, and a Grand Ole Opry debut . 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. . 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. “Crowder is always a fan favorite and his concerts are equally inspiring and entertaining…” Wally Decker, General Manager of WBFJ.