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Rocking out to Christian music with Jeremy Camp
It's not every week that SE Live features a concert by a Christian act. But it's not every week that a Christian act as big as Jeremy Camp comes to town. Over a 10-year career, Camp has sold more than 3 million albums and won several Christian music awards. On March 30, the spring leg of his "We Cry Out" tour rolls into Cape Girardeau, with a 7 p.m. show at Cape First. As of early this week, only about 500 tickets were left, so get them quickly. The show includes openers Francesca Battistelli and Adam Cappa. Tickets are $17 for general admission, $22 for reserved and VIP with meet-and-greet is $75. Look for the concert link at www.khisradio.org to order tickets.
Musical career: 10 years
Albums sold: 3 million
Gold records: Four RIAA-certified gold studio albums; one RIAA-certified multiplatinum long-form video
Hits: 25 No. 1 radio hits in multiple formats
Awards: Grammy nomination for album "Speaking Louder Than Before"; Billboard's No. 3 Christian Artist of the Decade and five songs in Top 50 Christian Songs of the Decade; four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Awards; ASCAP Song of the Year; Five Dove Awards
Trivia: Camp is a native of Indiana and an ordained minister.
Musical career: Released first major-label album in 2008
Albums sold: More than 430,000 (best-selling new artist in genre)
Awards: Five Dove Awards and 15 nominations; Grammy nomination for Best Gospel Song Performance
Current release: "Hundred More Years"
Trivia: Battistelli's music has been used on several TV shows, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "The Biggest Loser," "So You Think You Can Dance?", "Jon & Kate Plus 8," "The Hills" and others.
Hometown: Richmond, Ind.
Releases: Two independent releases and one major-label project, "The Rescue," coproduced by Camp. First was released in 2008. The newest was released earlier this month.
Trivia: Cappa was raised Catholic, but didn't embrace Christianity until he was a sophomore in high school. He purchased his first guitar for $100.