Jeremy Camp brings his Grammy-nominated Christian music to the Windermere Theatre on Nov. 3 at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.
Showtime is 7 p.m. Tickets are from $22 to $52 in advance or $5 more at the door.
The We Cry Out tour also features Dove-award winning singer Francesca Battistelli and newcomer Adam Cappa.
Camp's music is a mix of ballads and rock sung with a contemporary Christian flavor. He has recorded seven albums and has had more than a dozen No. 1 hit singles off those albums.
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At age 33, Camp has had his share of grief, having lost his first wife to cancer. They married in October of 2000 and she died four months later in February 2001.
Some of his early songs were written from his heart during that emotional crisis of her illness. He wrote I Still Believe after her death.
He married fellow musician Adrienne Liesching two years later. Liesching is the former frontwoman for the group The Benjamin Gate. They have three children.
Battistelli is the current Dove Awards artist of the year winner. She has had four hits, including My Paper Heart, and holds the record for longest-running No. 1 song for a female artist in Billboard Christian Album Chart history.
Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com or the coliseum box office. Tickets purchased at the box office avoid service charges.
*Dori O'Neal: 582-1514; email@example.com