It has begun.

Or at least is about to.

Next week, I head out on my first ever solo tour. I'm beyond excited. All of the dates are set in small, intimate venues, which is fantastic, as you and I'll be right there so close to each other, but this also means that you will need to get your ticket, like, now since there aren't a lot of them to go around. And I do so want you there. The night is going to be a hoot. The friends I'm bringing along to play and sing with us all have a slew of gadgets to aid our endeavors: banjos, fiddles, dobros, lap steel guitars, pedal steels, guitar type guitars, a cello, an upright bass, two drummers, as in like, two drummers, with all manner of accouterments for them both to pound upon. The stage is going to look like an Appalachian yard sale. And of course every one of em' singing their bursting hearts out into a microphone. I'm just saying it's going to be a rare thing that I don't want you to miss. You, me, some new friends that you're just gonna love, and rousing music to aid our response to God and give voice to what this journey is to follow this Jesus we read of in scripture. This is the beginning of something special and I want you to be there for it.

As the David Crowder*Band has now put a period at the end of its sentence, a new chapter is emerging for front-man, David Crowder.  As the next paragraph begins, David Crowder will take the stage performing with his new collective, simply called, Crowder.  Fans can expect more of what they've always loved about David Crowder through the years - the songs, the worship, musical innovation -  and now they get to be a part of the new beginning.
Named among the “most thoughtful, progressive and exciting acts in contemporary Christian music” by The New York Times, the popular yet unconventional David Crowder*Band unveiled their final collection of new music this year with the release of Give Us Rest or (a requiem mass in c [the happiest of all keys]). As the follow-up to the GRAMMY ® nominated Church Music, Give Us Rest gave the band the highest debut of their career selling over 50,0000 units in one week, landing them in the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Top 200. David Crowder*Band’s music video for “SMS (Shine)” nabbed coverage on NBC’s The Today Show, Fox & Friends, USA Today, Billboard and Paste Magazine online as well as a GMA Dove Award win for “Short Form Video of the Year.” The video was also recognized at the LA Film Festival in 2011. Along with the group’s 9 GMA Dove Awards and 22 nominations, the band was the first Christian artist to be named MSN.com’s Artist of the Year in 2006. David Crowder is part of the Passion Movement, participating in university student gatherings in the US and around the world.

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