Jeremy Camp, Mandisa and Finding Favour Team Up for I Will Follow Tour 2016

//Jeremy Camp, Mandisa and Finding Favour Team Up for I Will Follow Tour 2016


Platinum-Selling Recording Artist Jeremy Camp embarks on his I Will Follow Tour with Mandisa this spring making stops in multiple cities sharing music from his latest project of the same name, I Will Follow. The tour also features special guest Finding Favour. Tickets for the I Will Follow Tour are on sale now.

I Will Follow Tour dates:
4/22/16 Tallahassee, FL – Christian Heritage Church
4/24/16 Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium
4/29/16 Joplin, MO – Calvary Joplin
4/30/16 Ames, IA – Cornerstone Church
5/1/16 Omaha, NE – Christ Community Church
5/4/16 Knoxville, TN – Chillhowee Hills Baptist Church
5/5/16 Jackson, MS – First Baptist Jackson
5/6/16 Alpharetta, GA – Johns Creek Baptist Church

While he feels like he’s “just beginning,” Jeremy Camp has 12 years of accolades and accomplishments as a songwriter and recording artist, including four million albums sold, four RIAA Gold albums, a multi-platinum DVD, three American Music Award nominations and a GRAMMY nomination. He’s been a part of more than 25 tours (headlining 18 of those) in the U.S. and has performed in more than 32 countries. Jeremy describes himself as “a minister who happens to play music as a way to minister.”

Ask people to describe Mandisa and you’ll hear words like talented, gracious, beautiful, strong, loving and joyful, but the title of her new album offers an especially apt description of the artist-Overcomer. However, Mandisa sees it as more than her song, but an anthem for all and she’s happy to launch the battle cry.

Signed by TobyMac’s Gotee Records, Finding Favour delivers a powerful project that reflects the moving stories that inspire their music and showcases the band’s considerable talent and musical mission. Produced by Rob Hawkins (Building 429) and Dustin Burnett (Kingsfoil), Finding Favour proves to be a long-awaited breakout project for Blake and his band mates, Allen Dukes (vocals, guitar), Dustin Daniels (bass, vocals) and Josh Duckworth (drums). The self-titled collection showcases the group’s innate talent in writing songs of religious inspiration and personal transformation against a backdrop of tight modern pop rock.

2016-02-25T15:45:10+00:00 Feb 25th|News|2 Comments


  1. Avis Williams March 3, 2016 at 5:26 pm - Reply

    My Dear Mandisa,

    I love your songs, But lately on K-love I have’nt heard any songs by you, When is the next big one. I know our God won’t let you down because He loves us all deeper than any ocean. Please read Philippians 4:6-8 to give you encouragement to carry-on as God’s children. in song. Don’t give up you are in God’s plan. Contiue in the service of God’s work in spreading the gospel in song

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