Jason Crabb

Jason stepped into the solo spotlight in 2007 when the Crabb Family retired as a group and his first album with the Spring Hill Music Group jumped into the mainstream Billboard Top 200 album charts peaking at #62. The album won Crabb his first Grammy Award for Best Southern/Country/Bluegrass Gospel Album.

Jason has received 21 GMA Dove Awards including 2012 Artist of the Year along with the Male Vocalist of the Year award. His album The Song Lives On received nominations for Southern Gospel Album of the Year and Long Form Music Video of the Year. Crabb’s latest release, critically acclaimed Love Is Stronger, was recognized as Inspirational Album of the Year and yielded three additional awards, including Inspirational Song of the Year (“Satisfied”), Southern Gospel Song of the Year (“What The Blood Is For”) and Southern Gospel Performance of the Year (“What The Blood Is For”).

Jason mixes his solo performances with appearances with the recently reformed Crabb Family.