Grammy nominee, Joseph Habedank, comes to LampLight Theatre

Contributed To The Press • Updated Jan 5, 2018 at 2:45 PM

LampLight Theatre, 140 Broad St., Kingsport is hosting singer/songwriter Joseph Habedank on Monday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m.

Doors open one hour prior to the performance. General admission tickets are $10; Artist’s Circle tickets are $15; and special VIP Deluxe Dinner Tickets are $30 and include a catered meal at 5:30 at The Emporium next door to the theater and time with the artist.

Reservations for the dinner tickets are required. To purchase tickets or for more information or arrangements for wheelchair accessibility, call 423-343-1766 or visit www.LampLightTheatre.com. 

Nominees for the 60th Grammy Awards were announced in November, with Habedank’s 2017 release, “Resurrection,” appearing in the Best Gospel Roots Album category. 

Produced by Wayne Haun, the album, “Resurrection,” is Habedank’s sophomore studio release on Daywind Records, and received the 2017 GMA Dove Award for Southern Gospel Album of the Year earlier this year. The project features the chart-topping single, “Here He Comes,” as well as nine other new songs co-written by Habedank with acclaimed songwriters such as Michael Farren, Tony Wood, Jimmy Yeary and Lee Black, among others. Resurrection covers a range of musical styles, from the current radio single “Just When You Thought,” to the southern rock-infused “Jailbreak” and gospel inspired “I Believe In The Resurrection.”

Named by Singing News as the 2017 Soloist of the Year, Joseph Habedank has appeared on stage this year alongside the legendary Reba McEntire at the GMA Dove Awards, as well as on the Ryman and Grand Ole Opry stage with Opry members Dailey & Vincent. Joseph has a unique and equally powerful testimony that has been featured on FoxNews.com's Spirited Debate, TBN’s Praise the Lord, and in such publications as Billboard Magazine, CCM Magazine, and Glenn Beck’s, The Blaze.

The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York City in late January.

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