'The Very Next Thing Tour' plays to nearly 90,000 people in the first 22 dates
Multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY® award winning group Casting Crowns released their eighth studio album, The Very Next Thing, in September and just celebrated their 11th No. 1 radio single with "One Step Away."
The band is currently on their own "The Very Next Thing" 40-city tour, presented by Compassion International and Museum of the Bible. The show offers an encouraging message of hope about doing the next thing for God and has already played in front of nearly 90,000 people in the first 22 dates. The tour features labelmate Matt Maher and newcomer Hannah Kerr. Check out the Casting Crowns website for the remaining tour dates.
Last week, Casting Crowns welcomed a special guest at their Indianapolis tour stop. Travis Carpenter has become a YouTube viral video sensation with his video account of his car accident caught on film while he was singing Casting Crowns' song "And Now My Lifesong Sings." His video has more than 6.9 million views at release time. See the video of Mark talking with Travis at their recent concert and check out Travis' video here.
Source: Merge PR