The unmistakable sound of multi-Dove and Grammy Award-winning recording artist, David Phelps, will be featured in multiple cities throughout the month of December as the popular tenor presents the It Must Be Christmas Tour.
Once a childhood musical prodigy from Tomball, TX, David Phelps earned a bachelor's degree in music from Baylor University. Since then, he has become a nationally celebrated vocalist, whose gifts and talents are matched by none. Perhaps best known as the powerful tenor for the multiple Grammy and Dove Award-winning Gaither Vocal Band, Phelps is constantly building on a career that has already been groundbreaking. Emerging as a leading voice in contemporary Christian music, Phelps has been winning the hearts of audiences all over the world for more than two decades. He has performed at numerous prestigious venues across the globe, including the White House, New York's Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. His electrifying voice has moved audiences from all walks of life, crossing generational and stylistic barriers.
For more than a decade Phelps has been bringing Christmas cheer to cities nationwide, annually presenting his exciting Christmas music celebration. While 2020 has presented its share of challenges with the Covid 19 pandemic, Phelps is delighted to have the opportunity to bring this year's Christmas events to a select number of cities. It Music Be Christmas Tour will include eight concerts that Phelps and his musical entourage will perform throughout December. Many of the songs featured during this exciting evening are included on Phelps' It Must Be Christmas recording. The evening will also include exciting renditions of classics like "Angels We Have Heard On High," "Go Tell It On The Mountain" and "Sleigh Bells," along with Phelps' new classics like "Fall On Your Knees," "Christmas Rush" and "Anthem of the Lord." Phelps performs each classic like they have never been performed before, leaving each listener saying, "it must be Christmas!"
The It Must Be Christmas Tour will include stops in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and North Carolina.