Big Daddy Weave, We Are Messengers, Zach Williams
Thursday, March 16, with doors at 6 p.m.
Dauphin Way Baptist Church, 3661 Dauphin St., www.dwbc.org
Tickets: $20 (early entry, group and VIP tickets available), available at www.transparentproductions.com
Mobile’s Big Daddy Weave is considered by many to be one of the greats in the Contemporary Christian music scene. Originating at the University of Mobile, Big Daddy Weave has spent over a decade spreading its musical inspiration and releasing a number of studio albums, which has earned the band a number of Dove Awards in various categories.
Currently, Big Daddy Weave is performing fan favorites as well as tracks from 2015’s “Beautiful Offerings.” Filled with emotion and inspiration, “Beautiful Offerings” features tracks appropriate for both the sanctuary and secular music venues.
Before Big Daddy Weave takes the stage, two contemporary Christian groups will set the mood. Zach Williams will open the evening. This Pensacola native has found great success in the Contemporary Christian scene. His mix of rock and country is quite refreshing. The title track to his debut album “Chain Breaker” shot to the number one position across Billboard’s Christian charts.
Hailing from Ireland, We Are Messengers will be delivering a spiritual memorandum to the Dauphin Way audience in time for St. Patrick’s Day. The group’s 2016 debut was released on both Curb Records and Word Records. This band has given its Christian sounds an indie pop edge.
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