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The Stories Behind Chart Topping Songs: Songs on a Mission & Mission Lazarus

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Singer/songwriters Zach Crowell, Matt Jenkins and Bryan Simpson will take the stage at Iron City Birmingham and share great stories about their hit songs. The one night only event benefits Mission Lazarus, www.missionlazarus.org.
Singer/songwriters Zach Crowell, Matt Jenkins and Bryan Simpson will take the stage at Iron City Birmingham and share great stories about their hit songs. The one night only event benefits Mission Lazarus, www.missionlazarus.org.

Every song has a story. Hear the stories behind hit songs such as Carrie Underwood’s “Heartbeat,” Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road,” Keith Urban’s “Cop Car” and more on March 22, 2019 when Songs on a Mission stops in Alabama at Iron City Birmingham.

Songs on a Mission began in Nashville, Tenn. in 2017 as a country music fundraising concert and has since developed into a tour. Singer/songwriters Zach Crowell, Matt Jenkins, and Bryan Simpson will share behind the scenes stories on the journey of creating their chart-topping songs as a part of an evening of amazing music that benefits the ministry Mission Lazarus, www.missionlazarus.org. In addition to the artists above, they have also written songs sung and recorded by Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, and Cole Swindell. Crowell, Jenkins, and Simpson will entertain the audience by performing their acoustic music throughout the evening. These performers have personally seen the impact Mission Lazarus is making around the world and want to share with others the reason behind their support of the ministry.

Mission Lazarus is passionate about helping transform the lives of people living in poverty in Haiti and Honduras. The nonprofit has four key areas of ministry: Spiritual, educational, agricultural and medical. Through these ministries, volunteers share the good news of Jesus Christ and create relationships with those living in poverty. Cofounder and CEO Jarrod Brown started Mission Lazarus when God gave him a deep love for the country and people of Honduras following a mission trip. The nonprofit’s foundation is rooted in Scripture. The financial goal for Songs on a Mission Alabama is $150,000. The money will enable Mission Lazarus to continue transforming the lives of those in Honduras and Haiti.

To purchase your tickets for this one-night only event, visit https://impact.missionlazarus.org/SOM. Be sure to use the code 2019BCF at checkout upon purchasing Value Seating for Two by March 15, 2019 and receive a 22% discount. Excellent seats start at $195 and include a cocktail hour, seated dinner, exclusive concert and post-event reception. In addition, VIP tables receive a pre-show meet-and-greet with the performers. Space is limited to 200 seats.

-Melissa Armstrong

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