NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Acclaimed gospel/country duo and Difference Media recording artist Aaron & Amanda Crabb will be a featured performer at “Sunday Mornin’ Country®,” one of the longest-running events held during the CMA Music Festival in Nashville. To be presented at the Grand Ole Opry® House Sunday, June 9 at 2:30 pm, this year’s lineup includes The Oak Ridge Boys, Collin Raye, Roy Clark, Lulu Roman, and Lynn Anderson, among other country favorites.
Hosted by GRAMMY® Award-winning vocalist Linda Davis and Grand Ole Opry® member George Hamilton IV, “Sunday Mornin’ Country®” features performances and testimonies from some of country music’s legendary figures and best-loved vocalists. The 2013 celebration marks the event’s 34th year.
Aaron & Amanda Crabb are slated to perform “I’m Learning” on the stage of the legendary Grand Ole Opry® House during the show. Penned by Lee Black, Michael Fordinal, and Kenna West, “I’m Learning” is the debut country single from the duo’s critically acclaimed Mercy, which released in April.
A member of Southern Gospel’s legendary Crabb Family, Aaron Crabb and his wife Amanda have released three acclaimed projects as a duo—2008’s Dove-nominated After the Rain, 2009’s CD/DVD Live at Oaktree, and 2010’s Love With No End. Their latest effort, Mercy, features 11 songs revealing a decidedly country direction for the couple, including the multi-format Christian radio single “Take Him To The Place.” Aaron & Amanda Crabb serve as worship leaders at San Antonio’s Cornerstone Church.
Tickets for “Sunday Mornin’ Country®” are available via Ticketmaster; at the Opry Box Office ($20 advance); or at the door ($25). For further information on Aaron & Amanda Crabb, visit www.differencemedia.org orwww.turningpointpr.com. Follow them on Twitter @aaroncrabb79 and @amandascrabb.