Multiple award winning artist Jason Crabb is set to perform at the John W. Swails Center Friday evening, April 8, 2011 at 7 p.m. in Royston, Ga.
Crabb is known for his soulful powerhouse vocals which landed him several spots on many Gaither Homecoming programs. His talents have taken him to places like Carnegie Hall in New York and to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry where he quickly became a fan favorite.
His most popular songs, among many, include newest to his solo album “Somebody Like Me”, “Sometimes I Cry”, and others like “Through the Fire.”
Nicholson, Ga. native Brittany Maxwell booked Jason Crabb after being required to complete a senior project as a Communication major at Emmanuel College. “I want the surrounding communities to be able to come out and have a good time.” Maxwell said.
Tickets will be pre-sold at LifeSprings Bookstore and available at the door. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 706.206.2753.