Bryan Duncan, Crystal Lewis, and Anointed Perform at Lincoln Theater
by Jonathan Watts
Christian singers Bryan Duncan, Crystal Lewis, and Anointed will perform in concert at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 28, at Lincoln Theater, Veterans' Home of California in Yountville. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Children under six are free.
The concert is sponsored by Pacific Union College and the Pacific Union College Student Association. It is part of the artists' Big Voice Tour, which is taking place from April to May and September to November of this year, and will include performances in 40 U.S. cities.
The Big Voice Tour concert will last approximately two and a half hours, featuring distinct, although complementary, styles of music. Bryan Duncan and Crystal Lewis both have a pop soul style with a bit of R & B, and the trio Anointed's style is R & B with a hint of gospel. Duncan will perform songs from his tenth solo album Blue Skies, which was released in late 1996, as well as from his other albums. Lewis will sing from her 1996 album Beauty for Ashes. And the up-and-coming trio Anointed will present songs from their latest album Under The Influence. Bryan Duncan, Crystal Lewis, and Anointed have all been nominated for various Dove Awards this year, including male vocalist of the year, female vocalist of the year, and group of the year.
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