Thousand Foot Krutch rocked it out live on stage …
Jamie Grace put on a great show for the campers. Halfway through the concert, Jamie had her sister Morgan Harper Nichols come to the stage to perform together.
TobyMac can put on a show …
It was a fantastic evening with Captial Kings opening with their set and then with Jamie Grace. There was a long break & everyone needed to leave the theatre hall while the crew set up for TobyMac. It was well worth the wait.
TobyMac some campers up on stage to form a choir to help him sing “City On A hill”. During the evening, they did an acoustic set with TobyMac in the middle of the crowd separating the lower section & the upper section. and Gabe Patillo doing beatbox & Tim Rosenau on guitar in the middle of the lower section.
A camper (Dakota Wilkinson) was invited up to the stage by name, they continued with a story of how she broke her guitar earlier in the day, Tim Rosenau generously gave his turquoise guitar to her, she was stunned.
As they were making their way back to the stage, TobyMac had some difficulty navigating his way over the seats and he found it easier getting crowd surfed back to the stage … classic move.
I remember when Jamie Grace was at Camp Electric last year, she was newly signed with TobyMac’s Gotee Records.
This year at CE2012, shortly after the Capital Kings were finished, Jamie Grace came out and started her set, but both the mic, stand & iPad holder were giving her problems. She just rolled with it. It was great seeing TobyMac adjust & fix the mic, only to find out the iPad would not stay, so a sound guy knelt there holding the iPad during the second song until it could be fixed … with tape.
Jamie Grace put together a great set singing a few new songs including everyone’s favorite song “hold Me” with of course TobyMac coming out and singing with her.
OK … I can’t lie, I was super stoked about the concert lineup Tuesday night at Camp Electric.
Capital Kings started off the show with a techno thumping jaw dropping beat, that pretty much continued through their entire set. Their set ended with TobyMac coming out on stage and singing with them. The campers enjoyed themselves & were pretty excited when TobyMac came out. Capital Kings recently signed with TobyMac’s Gotee Record label, a good move for both!
It was not long after Royal Tailer left the stage, when Trip Lee came to the stage and did a fantastic job performing along with his DJ “Busy”. I was equally impressed with Trip Lee’s ability to share the gospel and speak truth to the campers. I was disappointed that I could not stay for the entire show.
The band Rush Of Fools is leading worship during Camp Electric in Cedarville. They put together a great worship set for the campers. It will be really nice hearing more from them as the week continues.
Dawn Michele (lead vocals), Justin Cox (guitar, keys, vocals), Wendy Drennen (bass, vocals), Glenn Drennen (guitar), and Adam McMillion (drums) were solid in the show & sharing the gospel.
I plan on posting more images of Camp Electric as the week continues.
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