Jason Crabb

Jason Crabb

 

 

GRAMMY® winner Jason Crabb is well known as one of the most compelling voices in any genre of music. With his power, range, and passion, he has moved easily among musical styles including gospel, country, pop and southern gospel. With his Reunion Records debut, Whatever The Road, fans of that incredible talent will gain a deeper understanding of the heart behind the voice.

“I just want to encourage people and give them hope,” Crabb says. “The album is titled Whatever The Road, and I want people to know that whichever direction or whatever road you’re headed down, God is going to walk with you.”

A native of tiny Beaver Dam, Kentucky, Crabb rose to prominence singing with his siblings as the Crabb Family. The talented, musically progressive family band broadened the scope of southern gospel music and became one of the most successful groups in the genre. When his siblings decided to pursue separate ministries, Jason released his first solo album in 2009, and it earned him his first Grammy the following year. Since then, he’s amassed numerous industry accolades, among them 21 Dove Awards, including wins in the “Artist,” “Male Vocalist,” and “Song of the Year” categories. In addition to his recording career, Crabb is also an actor and author. He shared his life story in the inspiring book, Trusting God to Get you Through, and has written a series of successful children’s books. To honor Jason Crabb, his hometown of Beaver Dam recently named the road adjacent to their new amphitheater after him – “Jason Crabb Drive.”

In everything he does, Crabb’s constant goal is to bring glory to his heavenly Father.  He’s always been known as a gifted vocalist, but on Whatever The Road, Jason Crabb reveals more through his songwriting than he ever has before. In an already impressive career, Whatever The Road is a landmark album but recognition isn’t what Crabb is looking for at all. “I love making music. I love singing. I love throwin’ down and having a blast on stage,” he smiles, “but what an honor it was to get to share my life in these songs.”