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David Crowder returns to Greenville for first time in 8 years

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Hit Christian recording artist David Crowder is returning to Greenville for the first time in almost 8 years.

Crowder and his namesake band the David Crowder Band packed the Greenville Convention Center in November of 2005. Since the group went on to win multiple Dove awards and was nominated for a Grammy.

The band played their final show at the Passion 2012 Conference on January 3, 2012 at the Georgia Dome, but Crowder and his band have now formed new collectives and are continuing to make music. Crowder’s band mates formed a new band called ‘The Digital Age’ and David Crowder new group ‘Crowder’ is also making new music.

The new collective ‘Crowder’ will play Reimage Church on October 5th at 7pm.

Reimage Church tells 9 On Your Side that they are tracking all online shares of their concert promotions. Individuals who share the church’s David Crowder promotions will be entered into a drawing for two free Meet and Greet tickets.

For more information on tickets visit the church’s website http://reimagechurch.com/

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