Christian artist Plumb discusses Winter Jam 2014, ‘Need You Now,’ the power of love and marital advice
Even for Christian artists, Plumb is one of the most vocal and transparent of musicians ever interviewed by The Global Dispatch. Emotional battles, marital problems, down times in creative energy – nothing is off limits when Tiffany Arbuckle Lee opens up her heart to share.
The interview by discussing Winter Jam, the Jam Tour, which completed the western leg of the 2013 tour and will begin again in January 2014.
“It’s been like Disney World,” Plumb began. “It’s just fun. The buses are nice, the catering is yummy…,” she says before explaining the humbling aspect of performing before such a large crowd and “enjoying Tenth Avenue North every night.”
Like many of the artists she is in praises the diversity and the passion of the Winter Jam show with features Newsboys, Lecrae, Tenth Avenue North, Newsong, Thousand Foot Krutch, Colton Dixon, Everfound, Love & the Outcome and Derek Minor. Crowder, mentioned in the interview was part of the 2013 tour, but won’t be on the tour in 2014.
Plumb recounts the impact of the Sandy Hook shooting, changing the name of the album and the power of love as the perfect healer…”
While she’s already discussed difficult times in her marriage in other interviews, Plumb openly dives into the painful past to communicate the power of God’s deliverance as encouragement for others.
Check out the full interview below.
For more information on shows or to get tickets to Winter Jam: http://www.jamtour.com/
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