David Crowder Band Tour Schedule
Christian rock has the power to move and inspire that can be found nowhere else
in the world of music, and the David Crowder Band has been at the forefront of the Christian rock scene since 1996. Millions
of hearts were broken when the David Crowder Band announced that they were breaking up in 2012, however they have reunited
for a few shows in 2014 that no lover of Christian rock will want to miss. David Crowder Band shows have always been highly
regarded due to their positive message as well as the way the band could get a crowd moving.
So far the David Crowder
Band has only announced two reunion shows for 2014 and you can be sure that Christian rock fans will be traveling from far
and wide to see their favorite performers once again. The first show is at Regency Ballroom in San Francisco on November 4th
while the second takes place on November 8th at Showbox Sodo in Seattle. Both of these shows are sure to be packed with fervent
fans all inspired by David Crowder Band's songs of worship and praise. They will be events like none you have ever seen and
will be well worth the trip to be a part of. Be sure to check StubHub regularly to see if David Crowder Band adds more dates
to their reunion tour.
About the Band
In 1996 David Crowder decided to put a band together in Waco, Texas
after being discouraged at the fact that more than half of the students at Baylor University, a Christian college, were not
regularly attending church. He aimed to change that and began incorporating the service times at University Baptist Church
which he co-founded while still a student. David Crowder soon became a pastor at the church and led worship groups as the
church's congregation as well as the band's fan base grew. The church released the band's first two CDs, Pour Over Me and
All I Can ay which gained the band even more exposure and earned them invitations to perform at major Christian music festivals
all over the country. David Crowder Band released nine albums prior to their breakup: Pour Over Me, All I Can Say, Can You
Hear Us?, Illuminate, A Collision (Or 3+4=7), Remedy, Remedy Club Tour – Live, Church Music, and Give Us Rest. The band
called it quits in 2012 with David Crowder going on to perform under the name Crowder and other members of the band forming
The Digital Age. David Crowder Band has displayed a wide range of musical genres ranging from worship to pop to punk to electronic,
bluegrass, and everything else under the sun.
The band had long had a strong following in
their hometown and among loyal Christian rock adherents, but it was their 2005 album, A Collision (Or 3+4=7), that really
brought them into more mainstream success. It was with A Collision that David Crowder Band first started to delve into the
realm of electronic music and the album hit the number two position on the iTunes Music Store and reached number 39 on the
Billboard 200. From that point on David Crowder Band enjoyed an amount of mainstream success not common to Christian rock
Whether you have been familiar with the David Crowder Band for years and seen them
before or have come to love their songs of praise during their hiatus and are finally getting to see them for the first time
you are sure to be in for a treat. Just being in the same concert hall as so many other people strong in their faith is an
experience in and of itself and the energy is exhilarating. It is one of the most powerful religious experiences one can be
a part of outside of church and as the band takes the stage and begins to play their mix of original and cover songs the feeling
only grows. Experiencing a group like David Crowder Band in concert is a great way to remind yourself of what is really important.
This collective has been singing about Jesus and how much their walk with God means to them for over nearly a decade. If you
are looking to share a memorable night with some of your fellow Christians or if you feel like you need to be reassured in
your faith you there is nothing better to do than attend a David Crowder Band concert.
Band contributed their song Turkish Delight to the compilation album Music Inspired by the Chronicles of Narnia. The members
of the band were longtime fans of C.S. Lewis' book and its Christian overtones and were thrilled to be a part of the compilation.
David Crowder Band's final album, Give Us Rest debuted at number one on the Christian Music Charts and number two on the Billboard