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Steven Curtis Chapman

Chris Hupe

Whatzup Features Writer

Published February 20, 2020

Celebrate 30 years of Steven Curtis Chapman music when the iconic contemporary Christian musician visits the Rhinehart Performing Arts Center on the campus of Purdue Fort Wayne on Feb. 29.On this tour, the multi-Grammy Award winning artist is visiting smaller venues, chosen specifically for their world-class stages and because they have the accommodations he needs to offer a memorable intimate performance for the whole family. The show takes things back to the very basics; back to how it all started for the 58-time Dove Award winner, with just Chapman, a guitar, and a piano. There will be no band, no opener, and no extravagant lighting. The night will simply feature one of the biggest names in Christian music performing hits like “The Great Adventure,” “Let Us Pray,” “Live Out Loud,” and “My Redeemer Is Faithful and True” in an acoustic setting. In addition, Chapman will offer some stories and “behind the music” narratives to give an unprecedented glimpse into both the successes and challenges he and his family have gone through during his journey. He’ll likely even take a few requests along the way. In short, it’ll be a unique night that Chapman fans and fans of Christian music won’t want to miss.


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