By Sophie Pappas
After a week of going back and forth with his publicist, a meeting was finally scheduled for me to speak with award-winning Christian singer Jason Crabb.
When the time came for our scheduled phone interview I, being the busy reporter-lady that I am, completely missed his call because of the time difference (Crabb is in Nashville, I am in Zionsville). After frantically calling him back after realizing I missed him, he answered the call with such ease it would make any southern belle swoon.
“It’s alright honey,” Crabb said in his strong drawl. “How are you doin’ today?”
And just like that, I was a fan of Mr. Crabb’s!
Luckily for everyone in Zionsville, Crabb will be performing his Love Is Stronger tour set in the Zionsville Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m., June 6, and he is sure to make you fall in love with him and his message.
“I sing for the entire family, it’s all very positive music about how love can pull you through anything,” Crabb said.
His most recent single, a song titled “Love is Stronger”, was released in 2012 and co-produced by Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus, Ed Cash (who produces music for Chris Tomlin) and Wayne Haun (who produces music for Celine Dion).
Crabb’s Love is Stronger tour will be presented by Muse Concerts and sponsored by Feed the Children, another nod to his open heart for helping others.
“It’s all about loving one another,” he said.
Tickets for Love is Stronger are $15 General Admission and $25 Gold Circle and can be purchased at Family Christian Bookstore in Carmel (715 E Carmel Dr.), 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.