Steven Curtis Chapman, Plumb

K-Love Christmas

Steven Curtis Chapman


We Are Messengers, Marcel Martel

Tuesday · November 28, 2017

7:00 pm

Steven Curtis Chapman
Steven Curtis Chapman
American Christian singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer and author, born November 21, 1962 in Paducah, Kentucky.
Husband of Mary Beth Chapman.
Son of Herb Chapman.
Father of Caleb Chapman (2).
Father of Emily Chapman.
Tiffany Lee (née Arbuckle) (born , 1975, in Indianapolis, Indiana) is a Contemporary Christian music artist who uses the stage name Plumb. She frequently crosses over into numerous other genres of music, including Alternative rock, Christian alternative rock, Pop, Dance, and Electronica.

Tiffany is married to Jeremy Lee (founder of FlatRock Management).

Plumb grew up in Fayetteville, Georgia, and started her career as a backup singer. Her album candycoatedwaterdrops won the 2000 Dove Award for "Modern Rock Album of the Year". Two tracks from it were hits for other artists; "Stranded" was a hit for Jennifer Paige, and "Damaged" was a big dance hit in 2003 in the United Kingdom for Plummet.

Plumb was marketed as a band during the first three album releases on Essential Records. The band was named after the Suzanne Vega song "My Favorite Plum".

Plumb wanted to leave the music industry after the 2000 album. Lee received a note from a girl a few hours before what she thought to be her final concert. The letter was about the Plumb song "Damaged" that Tiffany had written and recorded about a girl coping with being molested as a child. The note said "'Whatever you do, I just want you to never forget that you have changed someone's life." The note inspired Tiffany to remain in the music industry. She signed to Curb Records as a solo artist in 2003, releasing the album Beautiful Lumps of Coal. In order to leave Essential Records, Plumb had to fulfill her contract obligations, and this led to The Best of Plumb record in 2000 despite the fact she had only released two albums previously. The lead single from Plumb's 2003 Beautiful Lumps of Coal, called "Real", peaked at #41 in the UK Singles Chart.

Her album Chaotic Resolve entered the Billboard Top 200 album chart at #177 on , 2006. Better reached #1 on the U.S. Christian airplay chart. The Bronleewe & Bose remix of her follow up, "Cut", hit #1 on XM's dance hits channel BPM, and #5 on Billboard's Dance Charts Hot Dance Airplay.

Plumb's music has been heard on major film soundtracks (Bruce Almighty, Just Married, View from the Top, Brokedown Palace, Drive Me Crazy, The Perfect Man, Mom at Sixteen, etc.) and TV series (Dawson's Creek, Felicity, ER, Roswell, One Tree Hill, etc.).

She has also written songs for artists such as Michelle Branch, Kimberley Locke, and Mandy Moore. Amy Lee (no relation) of Evanescence mentioned that Plumb was one of her inspirations.

Her third solo album Blink was released on , 2007. "In My Arms", the first single off the album, was remixed by Kaskade, Scotty K, Bronleewe & Bose, Gomi, and Bimbo Jones and hit the number one spot on the Billboard Dance Charts.

On May 19, 2009 she announced that she was recording a new album titled Beautiful History due out in the fall.
Marcel Martel
Marcel Martel
Marcel Martel (Né à Drummondville, Québec, le 1er février 1925, mort à Drummondville, Québec, le 13 avril 1999 (à 74 ans)) est un auteur-compositeur et interprète de chanson country western d'origine québécoise des années 1940 à 1980.

Marcel Martel, issu d'un milieu modeste, amorce à l'âge de 12 ans sa carrière musicale en jouant du violon avec son père. Il est considéré comme l'un des pionniers de la musique country au Québec.

Il a été l'époux de Noëlla Therrien et a eu deux enfants, dont la chanteuse Renée Martel.

Parmi ses succès musicaux, on retrouve Un coin du ciel, Bonsoir mon amour, Valser dans tes bras et Mon cœur est comme un train qui vagabonde.
Venue Information:
Majestic Theatre – San Antonio
224 East Houston Street
San Antonio, TX, 78205