Russ Taff, one of the most recognizable voices in Christian music, will make a special Nashville appearance at famed music venue 3rd & Lindsley on Tuesday, October 23rd. Taff will hit the stage with The Alternators, performing his biggest hits from such projects as Wall of Glass, Medals and The Way Home.
Tickets for the 8:00 PM show are $12.00, and they are on sale now at www.3rdandlindsley.com. This show is expected to sell out.
“It is rare to see Russ Taff in concert in Nashville,” says event promoter John Birdwell of Charles Dorris and Associates. “Especially with a full band and doing songs from his Grammy-winning records.”
“This is going to be so much fun,” said Taff about the upcoming show at 3rd & Lindsley. “I can’t wait to go onstage with James Hollihan again. It’s been way too long. And the Alternators are some of the best studio and live musicians in town. It will be an honor to play with them.”
The 6x GRAMMY and 11x Dove Award-winning recording artist first gained recognition as lead vocalist for The Imperials (1977–81), before moving on to a successful solo career. His music has won him a worldwide audience and critical acclaim, with Billboard calling him “the single most electrifying voice in Christian music.” In addition to a prolific solo career, Taff has made regular guest appearances on Bill Gaither’s Homecoming concert tours and best-selling videos, and he was a part of Gaither Vocal Band from 2001-2004, before making the decision to redirect his attention back towards his solo career. His latest CD, Faroe Islands, was nominated in three categories at this year’s GMA Dove Awards, where he was also honored with a special “Russ Taff Tribute.”