Music icon Steven Curtis Chapman finished his highly successful Canadian tour last week after performing in front of sold out crowds across the country. This was Chapman’s first time touring in Canada in nearly 15 years where they welcomed his intimate production of An Evening with Steven Curtis Chapman with open arms.
Audiences were entertained as Chapman performed some of the new arrangements of some of his biggest hits re-imagined and re-recorded as part of his upcoming fall album release. Chapman has just unveiled one of the brand new songs penned for the album to radio, the debut single from the project, “Do Everything” goes for adds May 6th.
Attendees also heard the sounds of Caleb, the emerging band featuring Chapman’s two sons Caleb and Will, in addition to the vocal talents of award-winning artist Geoff Moore.
After wrapping up his spring tour, Chapman heads back to Nashville to put the finishing touches on his new album and also prepare for his fall tour presented by Show Hope. Sharing the stage with Chapman will be singer/songwriter Andrew Peterson and Sparrow Records’ Josh Wilson.
Further details on the highly anticipated new album will be released in the near future. For more information on Chapman and to check for upcoming tour dates, please visit http://stevencurtischapman.com/.
About Steven Curtis Chapman:
Steven Curtis Chapman has sold over ten million records including two RIAA certified platinum albums and eight RIAA certified gold albums. Along with his five GRAMMY awards, Chapman has won an American Music Award, has recorded 45 No. 1 US radio hits and been awarded 56 Dove Awards, more than any other artist to date. Since his recording career began in 1987, Chapman has recorded seventeen projects with Sparrow Records. He has performed at the White House and has appeared on multiple national programs via CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, CMT, FOX News, the Hallmark Channel and E!, including Good Morning America, Larry King Live, Fox&Friends, Huckabee, CBS Sunday Morning, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and more. Chapman and his wife Mary Beth created Show HOPE in 2001 after bringing their first adopted daughter, Shaohannah, home from China. The ministry’s goal is to help families reduce the financial bar rier of adoption, and has provided grants to over 2,000 families wishing to adopt orphans from around the world.