Robert Randolph Builds Music with Third Day, Switchfoot and Jars of Clay
Robert Randolph got his start performing at a New Jersey church and this summer the pedal steel ace will once again find a common ground between music and spirituality (as well as charity). Beginning in late August, Robert Randolph & the Family Band will play 23 shows on the Music Builds Tour along with Third Day, Switchfoot and Jars of Clay. All three groups began playing music on the Christian-rock circuit, before scoring much wider alt-rock audiences. $1 from each ticket sold will benefit Habitat for Humanity.
The extended outing will kick off at Detroit, MIs DTE Energy Music Theatre and hit more major markets before coming to a close October 12 at Denvers Pepsi Center. In many cities, the artists themselves will also engage in some hands on Habitat for Humanity work and raise additional funds for the organization through a variety of auctions.