Sam's Place - Music for the Spirit
Various Sunday's thru-out the Spring and Summer, Steven Curtis Chapman hosts a series of concerts to support Show Hope. During CMA week, the show will be held on Sunday, June 4 at the historic Ryman Auditorium.
On June 4, Steven is joined by Kari Jobe, Mark Wills & Matt Wertz.
Meet your Host
Steven Curtis Chapman is the most awarded artist in Christian music with fifty-eight Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, five GRAMMYs®, forty-eight #1 singles and nearly eleven million albums sold. Vocal supporters of adoption, Chapman and his wife Mary Beth founded Show Hope in 2003, a nonprofit organization which helps restore the hope of a family to orphans in distress. A portion of the proceeds from all Sam’s Place ticket sales will go to support Show Hope.
About Sam's Place
“Sam’s Place – Music for the Spirit” takes its name from charismatic evangelist Samuel Porter Jones (1847-1906), who gained fame in the region for his energetic sermons filled of fire and brimstone during the mid-1880s. On May 10, 1885, he led a tent revival in downtown Nashville for more than 5,000 which was attended by riverboat captain Thomas Green Ryman (1841-1904). Ryman experienced a conversion that night and, inspired by the multitude unable to find room under the tent, made it his mission to construct a great tabernacle “for all denominations” to join in worship. Seven years later, the Union Gospel Tabernacle opened its doors in 1892. It was Jones, while delivering Ryman’s eulogy at the Tabernacle on Christmas Day in 1904, who proposed the building’s name to be changed to Ryman Auditorium to thunderous agreement.
TICKETS on sale now.
As of: May 13, 2017
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