Sept. 25, 2008…Nashville, TN… Christmas is just around the corner and the most decorated Christian female artist of all time, Sandi Patty will help spread Christmas cheer with an intimate Christmas tour, kicking off in Fort Lauderdale on Nov. 28th and running through December 7th (all tour dates listed below).
The Gospel music legend will be singing holiday classics from her 2005 critically acclaimed Christmas album Yuletide Joy, which includes famous carols “Oh Holy Night,” “Star of Bethlehem” and “Angels We Have Heard on High.” Patty will be performing the Yuletide celebration in grand fashion accompanied by a local symphony in select cities on the tour.
“The celebration of Christmas is the foundation on my faith,” says the singer. “Christmas is a celebration of family, life and love and the birth of Jesus. His birth meant freedom for the rest of us.”
In addition to the tour, to celebrate the 12 days of Christmas, Patty will be hosting the Baltimore Symphony Holiday Spectacular for 12 days starting on Dec. 10 and carrying on until Dec. 23. The event will take place at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, MD. This will be the singer’s second time to host the event as she previously participated in 2006.
For more information on the Baltimore Symphony Holiday Spectacular, please log on to www.bsomusic.org and for the latest on Patty, visit www.sandipatty.com.
As the single most award-winning female vocalist in the Christian Music industry, Sandi Patty released her 30th recording May 13, 2008 titled Songs For The Journey. Patty has won 39 Dove Awards, five Grammy Awards, four Billboard Music Awards and was recently honored and named a member of the prestigious Gospel Music Hall of Fame. She has released 24 albums over the last 26 years, selling more than 11 million units, while the RIAA has certified three of her recordings platinum and five of them gold. Patty has appeared on The Tonight Show, 7th Heaven, E! Entertainment, Dr. Phil, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and most recently appeared on Extreme Makeover Home Edition.
11/28/2008 Ft. Lauderdale, FL First Baptist Church of Ft. Lauderdale
11/30/08 Richardson, TX First United Methodist Church
12/2/08 Hattiesburg, MS Temple Baptist Church
12/4/08 Belleville, IL St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church
12/5/08 Evansville, IN The Centre
12/6/08 Findlay, OH Central Auditorium
12/7/08 Effingham, IL The Rosebud Theatre
12/8/08 Kansas City, MO Hyatt Regency Hotel
12/12/08-12/23/08 Baltimore, MD Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
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