Plus Plumb and Newsong on tour and Jason Jamison leaves Tenth Avenue North…
Jason Crabb recently had the honor of being inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame at a special ceremony held earlier this month. Award-winning journalist Deborah Evans Price, was in attendance to make the induction official and Jason says the night meant a lot to him because he’s always been proud of being from Kentucky. He says, “It just goes to show you, God’s dreams are truly bigger than anything we can ever think or imagine.”
Thanks GMA. Very honored and humbled to be in the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum.
This summer, Plumb will be on the road with Newsong for the I Am A Christian Tour, as well as playing a number of different festivals. You can find the full list of tour dates at her Facebook page and while you’re there, you can check out the lyric video for her latest single, “Beautifully Broken.”
Getting ready for festival season, hope to see you this summer!Tickets and Details – http://hyperurl.co/PlumbSummer2018*More dates to come
Tenth Avenue North drummer and founding member, Jason Jamison, has decided to part ways with the band after over 18 years. He posted a message to fans on Instagram saying he wanted to get off the road and spend more time with his family and that in July he’ll begin a new job with Compassion International.
Today we honor @jasonjamison not only because it’s his birthday (HBD!!!) but because of the role played in Tenth Avenue North. With bittersweet excitement, we’re stoked to announce that Jason will be joining our friends at @compassion full time. Here’s what he had to say! //——>// “Friends. Brothers. Family. So thankful for these guys and the past 18.5 years on the road with Tenth Avenue North. This community is so special to me. Today is an emotional day because it marks the last Tenth Ave Tour date that I will be behind the kit. It has been an honor to be a small part of something that has had such a huge impact. God has done incredible things through this music and I have been humbled over and over again by hearing those crazy stories of how a simple song can be used for grand things. In February I made a decision to come off the road and spend more time at home with my family. We just had our fourth child, my oldest child is hitting middle school, my wife and I have known nothing but tour life since we started dating and it was just time to be home. I did not have any plans for work, but knew that God was bringing me to a new place in life. Just as it was when we begun this band, it seemed as if God was asking me to obey and trust he was in control. After about 6 weeks of digesting this decision and praying for wisdom I was presented with an opportunity to interview for a job that has had my attention for years. In fact, my wife would always tell me that if I wasn’t in the band this was a job I should consider. I am so excited to announce that 2 days ago I accepted a job with an organization I have loved and supported for 16 years. Beginning in July I will be working with Compassion to help artists just like Tenth Avenue North get impoverished children all over the world sponsored and release them from poverty in Jesus name. So today is a mixed bag of emotions. Change is typically very hard, but also very good. I am sad to say goodbye to the stage. I am glad that I don’t have to say goodbye to the family I have made on the road. I am so excited to be home with my wife and four kids. And I am more than honored to be part of the Compassion team.”