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The Madison Record

Storyteller Tour coming to Madison tonight

MADISON – Few artists have been more influential in defining Christian contemporary music than Petra and WhiteHeart, so fans will likely jump out of their skins when they hear that John Schlitt, lead singer of Petra, and Billy Smiley, guitarist, singer, and founder of WhiteHeart, are bringing their StoryTeller Tour with special guest Jason Fowler to Madison this month. A special benefit concert will be held on July 22 at CrossPointe Church, 78 Hughes Road across from the Hogan Family YMCA.

The concert benefits Trideum Foundation’s Grounds for Home, an effort to connect nonprofit organizations, churches, and businesses in a way that empowers, encourages, and inspires faith-based outreach. You can read more about it at www.trideumfoundation.com.

The concert starts at 7 p.m., a non-profit fair will be held prior to the concert starting at 4 p.m. Food trucks will also be available. When you purchase your concert tickets, you have the option to use a promotional code that will send 20 percent of your ticket sale to the faith-inclusive non-profit of your choice.

During the concert, the acoustic trio will feature #1 hits, new music, and a lifetime of stories.

The Union of Sinners and Saints features members from the two bestselling Christian Rock bands of all time, with over 15 million albums sold, 25 #1 songs, 15 Grammy, and 40 Dove awards and nominations between them.

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