Jason Gray

 Friday, March 5th, 2020 concert starts at 7 pm (Doors open at 6 pm) 

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Jason has collaborated with Sara GrovesAndrew PetersonJoel Hanson (frontman for 90s Christian rock band PFR), Andy Gullahorn, Randall GoodgameJason IngramThad CockrellAndy Osenga (of Caedmon’s Call), and others. He has toured with Jeremy CampSanctus RealMatthew WestShawn McDonalddownhereBig Daddy WeaveThe AftersMark Schultz and others.[4]

Jason has won two ASCAP Performance Awards for “More Like Falling in Love” (2011) and “Good to Be Alive” (2012).[citation needed] He has shared the stage with many major artists such as Michael W. SmithSteven Curtis Chapman and Sanctus Real.[5] His first No. 1 single, “Nothing Is Wasted,” reached the top spot on the Soft AC Chart in May 2013 and remained there for nine weeks.[6]

His release in 2012 was named Album of the Year by critics and garnered three Top 5 radio singles, which included the “Nothing Is Wasted” single.[7] Also, in May 2013, he was honored at ASCAP’s 35th Annual Christian Music Awards with the “Most Performed Song Award” for his song “Good to Be Alive,” co-written with Brandon Heath and Jason Ingram. The song was a Top 5 single on Christian radio and was released on Gray’s album A Way to See in the Dark.[8]

Brendan Brooks 

Friday, March 19th, 2020 7 PM (Doors open at 6 pm)

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A Wisconsin native, Brendan has opened for many big name artists, travels the country and led worship for Calvary Chapel’s Youth Conference, this past summer. Hehas also co-wrote a song with Matthew West