Out & About – August 1, 2016

1: Audio Adrenaline
The latest incarnation of Christian rock franchise Audio Adrenaline inspires the masses at AtlantaFest with tunes from its latest long player, Sound Of The Saints (FairTrade Servicesbuy). (Photo: Annette Holloway Photography)

2: Chris Rodriguez and Peter Cetera
Who’s that singing to the right of legendary Chicago singer turned solo superstar Peter Cetera at an enormous Independence Day concert in Illinois? It’s none other than famed session man and sometimes artist of his own Chris Rodriguez, who besides working with Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Shania Twain, Kenny Loggins and many more, also released the solid contemporary pop album, Beggar’s Paradise (Wordbuy), in the late ‘90s. (Photo: Andy Argyrakis)

3: Karen Hornsby and Tim Tebow
Singer/songwriter Karen Hornsby (also of ABC-TV’s Rising Star fame) teams with former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow for a performance at Jacksonville, Florida’s Christ Church as part of the Tim Tebow Foundation-sponsored “Night To Shine,” a multi-venue, prom-like celebration for teens and adults with special needs. (Photo: Gray Area Management)

4: Matt Hammitt and Seth Mosley
Congrats are in order for former Sanctus Real singer Matt Hammitt (left), who’s the inaugural writer to sign with the Songs for FCM (Full Circle Music) publishing company, which is curated by GRAMMY-winning super producer Seth Mosley (right). (Photo: Celi Mosley)

5: Patti LaBelle
Legendary soul/gospel singer Patti LaBelle stops by Chicagoland’s Ravinia Festival for a career-spanning set, ending in a spine-chilling medley of “You Are My Friend” and “What A Friend We Have In Jesus.” Accompanying her on the big screens were photos of the many celebrity colleagues and family members she lost along the way, which besides the obvious likes of David Bowie and Prince, also included tributes to Andraé Crouch and “Queen of Gospel Music” Albertina Walker of The Caravans fame. (Photo: Andy Argyrakis)

6: Trae Edwards
Inspirational country artist Trae Edwards visits Fox News to perform his new single, “Love Got Us Through,” which was inspired by the recent tragedies in Orlando. Pictured from left to right: Geron Davis and Trae Edwards.

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