Sam’s Place: Music for the Spirit

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Sam’s Place: Music for the Spirit
Detail The show lasts approximately 2.5 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
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For an exciting music show combination of country and gospel music, be sure to check out Sam’s Place: Music for the Spirit. Held at the historic Ryman Auditorium, Sam’s Place is a monthly concert and broadcast series named after the famous evangelist Sam Jones. This show, running one Sunday per month from April until September, will feature a different collection of guest artists for each show. Combining all genres of music, most notably country and gospel tunes, these songs will all have an uplifting spiritual message for all guests.

Hosted by Steven Curtis Chapman, guests who attend Sam’s Place: Music for the Spirit are sure to enjoy this opportunity to pay their respects to the Ryman’s religious roots. Combining different levels of Christian, gospel, bluegrass, country, and Americana music during each show, you’ll surely hear a favorite and start to sing along. The best part, though, is that a portion of each ticket purchased for Sam’s Place will be donated to Show Hope, a nonprofit organization that helps orphans and foster children.

More About Host Steven Curtis Chapman

Steven Curtis Chapman has been dubbed the most awarded artist in Christian music with a total of 58 Gospel Music Association Awards, 5 Grammy Awards, 48 number one singles and almost 11 million albums sold worldwide. Plus, he is the author of bestselling novel “Between Heaven and The Real World” and will share with guests how God helped him through not only his low points but his high as well.

More About Sam Jones & The Ryman Auditorium

Sam Jones is a famously charismatic evangelist from the late 1800s. From the Nashville region, Jones enthusiastically delivered his sermons throughout the 1880s and eventually led a huge revival downtown. The riverboat captain at the time, Thomas Green Ryman, was converted and inspired by Sam Jones during that downtown revival and made it his life goal to create a safe space for all denominations to join in worship under him. That dream eventually became a reality in 1892 when the Union Gospel Tabernacle first opened its doors. Upon Captain Thomas Ryman’s death, Sam Jones not only delivered the eulogy but insisted upon changing the building’s name to the Ryman Auditorium, which it remains today.

For a spiritual experience combining the best Christian artist of all time with guest performers, inspiring messages, and the beautiful and historic Ryman Auditorium do not miss your chance to see Sam’s Place: Music for the Spirit right here in Music City.