Out & About – April 1, 2016

1: Those looking to relive this year’s Winter Jam or catch a two hour highlight reel of what they may have missed can head to select theatres all across America on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. (local time) for This Is Winter Jam. Tour founders NewSong are amongst the many who will perform alongside backstage footage and interviews. (Photo by Adam Mowery)

2: Christian music favorite Jeremy Camp will also appear on This Is Winter Jam (alongside Skillet, Francesca Battistelli, for KING & COUNTRY and more) on Tuesday, April 19. For a full list of participating theatres and ticket information, visit www.FathomEvents.com. (Photo by Eric Brown)

3: Vocal pop veteran and Hope For Justice co-founder Natalie Grant joins Senator Bob Corker to kick-off his “End It” event at Nashville’s Belmont University. Both Hope For Justice (www.HopeForJustice.org) and the End Modern Slavery Initiative Act work toward ending human trafficking and restoring its victims.

4: While on tour alongside Jason Crabb in support her latest EP, No One But You, singer/songwriter Natasha Owens stops by KLTY/Dallas, TX for an interview with John Hudson, host of New Music Café.

5: GRAMMY and Dove Award nominees Decyfer Down return April 1 with the release of The Other Side Of Darkness through The Fuel Music. Band members (l-r) Brandon Mills (guitars), Chris Clonts (guitars) and TJ Harris (vocals/guitar) enjoy a laugh in the studio during the making of the album. (Photo by Chalice Mills)

6: Nashville’s Annie Moses Band just released the eclectic new collection The Art Of The Love Song (WMG/Warner Classics) and celebrated with a performance at the legendary Grand Ole Opry. The concert included favorites from the project, plus a preview of the six prodigious siblings’ recent PBS special.

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