Join us for a night with 6X GRAMMY-Award winning artist Amy Grant to benefit Hope for the Children of Haiti (HFC) with special guest Dan Russell!
Tickets on sale Friday, April 12 at 10 AM EST
Tickets: $38 / $53 / $78 / $128 / VIP Add On $200
VIP TICKET ADD-ON: Less than 150 available! Take part in the intimate gathering with Amy Grant; includes Q&A, group photo, and more. Proceeds from VIP ticket sales go to benefit Hope for the Children of Haiti (HFC).
ABOUT AMY GRANT
Amy Grant’s career spans more than 30 years and stretches from her roots in gospel into her experience as an iconic pop star, songwriter, television personality and philanthropist. Grant is beloved for both her Contemporary Christian music and mainstream hits like “Baby Baby,” “Every Heartbeat,” “That’s What Love is For,” “I Will Remember You,” “Lead Me On,” “El Shaddai,” and more. With three multi-platinum albums, six platinum albums and four gold albums, her total career album sales have exceeded 30 million. Grant’s radio chart success has been consistent throughout her career with six No. 1 hits, 10 Top 40 pop singles, 17 Top 40 Adult Contemporary tracks and multiple contemporary Christian chart-toppers. In addition to her six GRAMMY® Awards, Grant has earned 26 GMA Dove Awards (including four Artist of the Year awards), was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and has been awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Hope for the Children of Haiti, Inc. (HFC) operates a children's home for over 90 orphans and vulnerable children in Bolosse, one of the most impoverished sections of Port-au-Prince.
In addition, the Marion G. Austin School provides K to 13th grade education for children with the home as well as over 400 children in the Bolosse neighborhood. HFC also provides a robust feeding program to the community to promote healthy nutrition and prevent hunger. Read more at hfchaiti.org
ABOUT DAN RUSSELL
Dan Russell: the artist manager and advocate, concert promoter, producer, creative collaborator, video and film music supervisor; has helped launch a thousand ships (well, maybe just a few hundred!) throughout his lengthy resume. As the critical aide-de-camp to dozens of aspiring artists and proven superheroes, it seems he’s always been in demand through a voluminous 35-year professional career. Is it because he sensed the needs of his ‘client’ and ‘the project’ with such zeal and focus that his friendship and trust inevitably elevated what could have been a mere business liaison? Russell’s reputation in music circles is one of a man willing to stand unwavering in the gap. Working with a small band including his son Jesse, producer and guitarist Michael J. Pritzl, plus Rachel Taylor and Ramona Silver on backing vocals; Russell approached the sessions for his first solo album, Feel the Echoes, as a rare gift of time given to himself. “Life is a sacred adventure, a journey, and it was my time to do this,” he relates. “People who are sixty have, like, 12 records out; I’ve got one! We’ll give you the senior discount for the duration!”