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100 Huntley Street - January 31, 2020
Over 3 Million records sold and 3 GRAMMY® Nominations. Crowder’s first solo album, Neon Steeple, debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, was named iTunes 2014 Christian Album of the Year, garnered multiple radio hits, two GRAMMY® nominations, a Grand Ole Opry debut, a Dove Award and multiple nods and numerous K-LOVE Fan Award Nominations. American Prodigal, the awaited GRAMMY® nominated follow-up album released in 2016, landing at No. 1 on the Christian & Gospel Album Chart, No. 3 on the Digital Albums Chart, No. 5 on the Top Albums Billboard Chart and No. 12 on the Top 200 Billboard Chart. The song “All My Hope” brought Crowder a No. 1 radio single, in addition to two Top 10 singles prior to that from American Prodigal. This record has also earned the solo artist a Dove Award, six Dove Award nominations, and two more K- LOVE Fan Award nominations. As an artist, Crowder continues to challenge preconceived boundaries and engages listeners in a way that is deeply affecting. The newest album, I Know A Ghost, is available everywhere. Crowder’s latest music has shown immediate connection as the first single released to radio “Red Letters,” hit Top 5 and the album’s current single “Let It Rain,” brought Crowder the largest add date of his solo career. For more information, visit http://crowdermusic.com
Throughout his professional career, retired Pro Bowl kicker and two-time Super Bowl Champion, Matt Stover, played for the New York Giants, Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts. Stover was drafted by the Giants in the 1990 NFL Draft and went on to win the Super Bowl in his rookie year. In 1991, Stover signed with the Cleveland Browns and played as a Brown for five seasons. After the Cleveland Browns moved to Baltimore in 1996, Stover spent the majority of his career as a Baltimore Raven. He was instrumental in the Ravens’ 2000 Super Bowl run, scoring 49 straight points for the Ravens during a five-game stretch in which the Ravens failed to score an offensive touchdown. Stover became a two-time Super Bowl Champion that year when the Ravens defeated his former team, the New York Giants, in Super Bowl XXXV. Stover retired after the 2009 season as a Baltimore Raven and the NFL’s fourth all-time leading scorer. At the time of his retirement, he was the last remaining member of the original Cleveland Browns still active in the NFL. Stover is currently Vice President and Co-Founder of the Players’ Philanthropy Fund (PPF), a donor advised fund to facilitate charitable giving for professional athletes. He also is a motivational speaker for many financial firms. Stover resides in Cockeysville, Md. with his wife and high school sweetheart, Debra, and their three children, Jenna, Jacob and Joe. http://ppf.org
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100 Huntley Street - January 30, 2020
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100 Huntley Street - January 29, 2020
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100 Huntley Street - January 28, 2020
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