We’re not here to talk about that. I will never forget this night for the rest of my entire life. Smith recently earned his first non-holiday Tickets for the show will be $40 per vehicle, and a portion of the proceeds will be dedicated to benefit Rocketown, which Smith founded in 1994 as a faith-based outreach facility in Nashville to serve youth. And so I pray as we wind this night down, that healing comes into your heart, you get a bigger understanding of who God really, really is. You’re the answer.”Before the coronavirus put the entire concert industry on pause, Smith had just begun a new leg of his “35 Years of Friends” tour, marking 35 years since his breakthrough hit, “Friends.” But he’s also had reason to celebrate the present, as he recently scored his first (non-Christmas) No. ... We’re all gonna have different opinions of this and that and whatever. While Smith was on stage, fires were being set 20 miles north at the Metro Courthouse, and officers had deployed tear gas.Earlier this week, Smith had offered a response to Floyd’s death, sharing the remarks of gospel star CeCe Winans on social media. Since the pandemic began, Smith has stayed connected with his fans In fact, it was the loudest sound you heard ringing across the lot. It can transform your life on every level, not just the spiritual. Fans can watch the concert from the safety of their cars, with concert audio available via a designated FM radio channel. We call upon your name, O God. This full length video features some of today's most … Drive-In Theater Tour: Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, & Mac Powell.

“Is anybody in the house?” It was a tricky question. I am so excited to see everyone, perform and lead worship in person again,” Smith says. There were no loudspeakers, aside from the on-stage monitors. "Michael W. Smith performs during a drive-in concert at the Williamson County Ag Expo Park Saturday May 30, 2020. Since the pandemic began, Smith has stayed connected with his fans by hosting “This is going to be a fun night. And he just wants to be your friend, at the end of the day. We call upon your name, O God. There were no loudspeakers, aside from the on-stage monitors. “This is going to be a fun night. Riots going on. We made history! And he's absolutely in love with you.

CCM Magazine is a part of the Salem Media Group, America’s leading radio broadcaster, Internet content provider and magazine and book publisher targeting Christian audiences. Drive-In Theater Tour: Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, & Mac Powell. She prayed for comfort to Floyd’s family, “justice to all” and the end of “racism in authority.”On Saturday, Smith touched on the present with a prayer, leading up to “The Heart of Worship.”“Lord, at this very moment, our country’s in trouble. Oct 05. You’re the answer.”Before the coronavirus put the entire concert industry on pause, Smith had just begun a new leg of his “35 Years of Friends” tour, marking 35 years since his breakthrough hit, “Friends.” But he’s also had reason to celebrate the present, as he recently scored his first (non-Christmas) No. SEE ALL DATES. Riots going on. But this crowd was categorically out of the house, and celebrating that fact.Smith, a mainstay of Christian music for the last 35 years, provided the Nashville area with its first major “drive-in” concert on Saturday. LED screens will be mounted as well, to ensure optimal viewing of the show from the stage.Notice: The information in the post above may have been formatted to suit this website, but is not necessarily material originally created by, or is exclusive to CCM Magazine.

Skyline Drive-In Drive-In Theater Tour: Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, & Mac Powell . FRANKLIN — “Tennessee!” Michael W. Smith called out to his concert audience in Franklin, Tennessee, on Saturday.Sure, there was a sea of people spread out in front of his stage — and behind it, too. We made history! And so I pray as we wind this night down, that healing comes into your heart, you get a bigger understanding of who God really, really is. 1 hit since 2004, “Waymaker.”The song, penned and originally recorded by Nigerian gospel star Sinach, praises God as a “miracle worker” and a “light in the darkness.”Smith told The Tennessean it was "the right song for the time we're living in.” But decades-old songs seemed to connect as well, including “Love One Another,” his crossover hit “Place In This World” and “Friends,” which closed Saturday’s concert.

We need you. CONNECT WITH MICHAEL. Michael W. Smith takes to the stage and releases yet another awe inspiring Praise and Worship Album. Michael W. Smith to Headline Drive-In Concert in Franklin On the heels of his single “Waymaker” going #1 on Billboard’s Christian Airplay Chart, iconic singer and songwriter Michael W. Smith has announced he will be headlining a drive-in concert at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center in Franklin… “Is anybody in the house?” It was a tricky question. Nothing else can fix this problem but you. "Michael W. Smith performs during a drive-in concert at the Williamson County Ag Expo Park Saturday May 30, 2020. FRANKLIN — “Tennessee!” Michael W. Smith called out to his concert audience in Franklin, Tennessee, on Saturday.Sure, there was a sea of people spread out in front of his stage — and behind it, too. He and his band did so on the vast, steep-hilled parking lot of the Williamson County Ag Expo Park, where organizers expected more than 1,000 vehicles.The crowd members watched from their cars — either on their roofs, from their SUV trunks and pickup beds, or on lawn chairs in front of their parking spots. ... We’re all gonna have different opinions of this and that and whatever. Wailea, HI Ticket. ©1978-2015 CCM Magazine a division of Salem Communications