Winter Jam 2017: Sadie Robertson’s role revealed as interviewer, Crowder doesn’t answer questions
As millions tuned in to watch A&E network’s Duck Dynasty, Sadie Robertson found herself in the spotlight as a 14-year-old. Now the teen sensation joins Winter Jam, the biggest Christian Music tour in the country.
“I’m so excited,” she gushed. “This is the first day of the tour. We just had a great rehearsal. It’s going to be great.”
Robertson’s role on the tour won’t be to sing, but rather to interview some of the artists before each show for the Jam Nation guests.
“Crowder,” she said to cjonline when asked who her favorite artist was. “They say he doesn’t really answer the questions. He just does a stand-up comedy routine.”
Crowder headlines the list which includes Britt Nicole, Tenth Avenue North, Andy Mineo, Colton Dixon, Thousand Foot Krutch and NewSong. A pre-jam party will feature OBB, Sarah Reeves and Steven Malcolm.
Robertson also will come on stage near the end of the concert to present a brief message to attendees, the interview revealed as she explains that the Robertsons living out their faith on TV is what viewers wanted.
“I think people were starving for that,” she said. “I think they were craving for that. I think it helped open up the doors for other people to live out their faith on TV.”
Fans will text questions they would like to ask the artists, the questions will pop up on a big screen and Robertson will then ask the artists the questions.
Tickets for the show, as usual, are only $10 cash at the door. No general admission advance tickets are sold – get information and Jam Nation tickets at Jamtour.com.
he said the show didn’t cause her or any of her family members to change who they were, despite all the attention that came their way.
“We may have had some fame,” she said, “but it didn’t change our hearts.”