Caedmon's Call Brings their Modern Rock Gospel to PUC
by Julie Z. Lee
On November 9, 1999, the award-winning Christian band, Caedmon's Call, will be performing at Pacific Union College. Their first Napa Valley appearance will be part of their 62-city fall college tour.
The concert features music from Caedmon Call's latest album, "40 Acres," which has been described by Billboard Magazine as "acoustic folk/rock music with intelligent lyrics and sensitive performances."
The Houston-based group made a splash in 1997 in the Christian music industry when their first national release, "Lead of Love," from their self-titled album leaped to number one, breaking airplay records. Since then, they have been nominated for numorous awards, and their debut album won the 1998 Dove Award for "Modern Rock Alternative Album of the Year."
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