North Carolina Wesleyan College is excited to announce the Crowder American Prodigal Tour will be stopping at the Dunn Center for the Performing Arts on October 29th at 7pm. This tour includes David Crowder with special guests Tedashii and The New Respects and a 2.5 hour concert is anticipated.
David Crowder, simply known as CROWDER, is a bearded wordsmith from Texarkana who has made his mark in Christian music by drawing on elements of folk music, rock and roll, electronica and hip hop to make songs in genres of folktronica and contemporary Christian music. Click this link for more information on Crowder: http://crowdermusic.com/
Tedashii is an American Christian hip-hop artist whose robust stature and delivery on the mic catches everyone’s attention, but his gentle spirit is what really shines. His delivery style is characterized by a deep voice that he can manipulate for rapping a wide range of flow schemes and patterns. Click this link for more information on Tedashii: http://www.tedashii.com/
The New Respects are comprised of 3 siblings and their cousin where this four-piece falls into a genre of their own, meshing rock & roll and pop with overlays of acoustic tones. They represent a rare and special combination of talents and their music defies categorization and connects to the listener with raw emotion and authentic grooves that are original, yet familiar. Click this link for more information on The New Respects: http://www.thenewrespects.com/
Tickets will go on sale to the public on July 22nd.
Ticket pricing options are $35 and $25 with the $35 seats providing closer proximity to the artists performing. Tickets need to be purchased on etix.com