Randy Stonehill

Murray Hill Theatre Presents

Randy Stonehill

Summer Frost

Fri, November 30, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm (event ends at 10:00 pm)

Murray Hill Theatre

Jacksonville, FL

$10:advanced; $13:day of show

This event is all ages

SEATED EVENT:  General Admission seating will be available.

NO LARGE BAGS. NO ALCOHOL, NO SMOKING OR VAPING IN VENUE. NO RE-ENTRY. NO CAMERAS WITH DETACHABLE LENSES.

Sound at the Murray Hill Theatre provided by AVL Productions www.avlproductions.com

Randy Stonehill
Randy Stonehill
Randy Stonehill has been busy delivering heart-driven, relevant Christian music for over 40 years.

He's written over 800 songs on 27 releases and counting, and he's responsible for some of the most authentic, influential Christian music ever written including such enduring songs as “King of Hearts”, “Shut De Do”, and “American Fast Food”

His recordings have inspired many Christian artists and he continues to write, record, and tour across the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe.

The story of Randy Stonehill coming to Los Angeles in 1970 to apply for the job of “rock star” but finding Jesus instead has been told and retold innumerable times – often by Randy himself in songs like “Norman’s Kitchen”. His friendship with Larry Norman throughout the ‘70s has been celebrated in tunes and liner notes and conversations galore. The contribution of this singer & songwriter over these forty some years has been substantial – in first pioneering popular rock music with a Christian point of view and later demonstrating a consistency in holding to the faith through the trials and tribulations of ordinary life.

Randy was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1985 for his duet with Amy Grant and in 1988 CCM Magazine acclaimed his 1976 album Welcome to Paradise as among the top three most influential albums in the contemporary Christian genre.

In November, 2010 Randy Stonehill was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame.
Summer Frost
Summer Frost
From worship to inspirational originals, Summer Frost has been making her way to the top in Jacksonville's local music industry.

Summer says: "For me, songwriting has become another language. To sit down and let God speak to my heart and watch it unfold into a song is as refreshing to me as it is to others. I enjoy how God uses music more than the music itself. I write of life, love, and personal experiences in hopes that somehow it'll inspire someone to let Christ use them in ways bigger than they could ever imagine. I ran from doing music for so long because I thought it was too difficult but now I've stopped running, and hope you'll take the time to stop running too and Be Still.

Also, if anyone is wondering, Frost is my middle name and also my grandfathers last name. He is one of my most favorite people in the world and I hope to carry his name on."
Venue Information:
Murray Hill Theatre
932 Edgewood Ave. S.
Jacksonville, FL, 32205
http://www.murrayhilltheatre.com/