Jason Gray in concert

By From page B12 | February 21, 2014

Jason Gray will be in concert at Grace Fellowship Church, 8040 Highway 49 in Jackson, on Friday, Feb. 21. The concert begins at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.

Gray is a contemporary Christian singer-songwriter. As a person who stutters, Gray’s work emphasizes finding strength in weakness.

His first major label record, “All the Lovely Losers,” came out in 2007.

He has collaborated with such artists as Sara Groves and Jason Ingram and  toured with Jeremy Camp, Matthew West and Big Daddy Weave. He has also toured with Third Day, Toby Mac, Michael W. Smith and Max Lucado.

His song “Good to Be Alive” was a top 5 single on Christian radio.

Gray is involved with the Hope Initiative which addresses the needs of orphaned children by AIDS in Africa and other third-world countries. He has a passion for service to the poor which is expressed in his song “Fade With Our Voices.”

The Feb.21  concert will have two opening bands: The Crossing Kind, formerly known as Jacob and Christina Thomas, and Psalm Bird.

Tickets are now on sale with general admission being $12 advance, $15 at the door or VIP/Meet and Greet $20.

Tickets are available from Grace Fellowship Church, The Lighthouse Christian Bookstore in Jackson, and from iTickets. Seating is limited.

For more information check out Grace Fellowship’s Website or call 209-304-9704.

Abigail Wever

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