Aaron Crider at the Christian Music Hall of Fame Visionary Awards

Aaron Crider, worship artist and human rights advocate, has been chosen to perform at the 2010 inductions to the Christian Music Hall of Fame Visionary Awards on November 6 in Hendersonville, TN at TBN Trinity Music City. Tickets are free, but must be requested in advance.
 
Hosted by award winning artists David Meece and Babbie Mason, the Visionary Awards are given in 17 categories. Legendary gospel great Babbie Mason will be introducing Crider, and he will be performing as one of the 2010 Up and Coming Artists in Christian music. Crider will be performing the title track The Change from his latest album.
 
“It’s such an honor to be chosen to perform at the Visionary Awards,” states Crider. “When I look at the list of inductees, I see not only a list of people who faithfully moved forward the cause of Christ through music, but who directly impacted my personal walk with the Lord. I’m thrilled to be a part of this event honoring not only these artists, but the Savior we worship through song.”
 
November is proving to be a great month for the young artist, as he has also been chosen for HearItFirst.com’s Give Thanks promotion. During the promotion, Aaron will be giving away the song Bless Your Name on the site. 
 
Crider released his latest project, The Change, earlier this fall and is available online and in stores everywhere through New Day Christian Distribution. Produced by Steve Hindalong, the project is a thoughtful and challenging look at our call to worship God, despite our circumstances. Rooted in personal stories of grace and faith, The Change inspires and encourages.
 
For more information on the Visionary Awards, please see http://www.hallmuseum.com
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Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.

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