- Reviewed by Andrew Greer Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2009 30 Jun
In a nutshell: Making the public pilgrimage from adolescence to adulthood as frontman for his siblings' now-legendary band, Jason Crabb's fire-and-brimstone singing style has made him one of gospel music's most sought after male vocalists, defying genre with his famous smoky growl. On his first record minus the family, the young preacher brings a word from the Lord through a set list of styles ranging from AC/Pop to Country to Southern Gospel. It's fair to say the old soul's self-titled debut offers an equal advantage for avid fans and unacquainted listeners in getting to know this brilliant artist better.