From a church in rural Kentucky to an annual concert audience of 800,000, the Crabb Family has managed to break through musical genre barriers to reach people from all walks of life with the message of the gospel. From the beginning of their musical ministry nearly 10 years ago, they had no way of knowing just what was in store.
Although their roots are primarily Southern Gospel, the Crabb Familys latest recording, Blur The Lines features a variety of styles and genres. The Crabb Family also reaches a vast concert audience. Their schedule leads them from the Grand Ole Opry to a Contemporary Christian Festival in South Dakota and everything in between.
In an economy that shows a potential decline for entertainment as a whole, it is a proven fact that the addition of the Crabb Family to any program increases concert attendance. The Crabb Family is a sure asset to many "family friendly" or wholesome mainstream events. Many mainstream events from the Grand Ole Opry to State Fairs and Festivals are incorporating the Crabb Family into their entertainment roster because of the value of their music and their ability to sell a ticket.
Despite the rapid success and doors that continually open, the Crabb Family remains devoted to the calling and purpose on which their ministry was founded. Siblings Jason, Kelly, Adam, Aaron, and Terah share a common desire to reach the lost. They are not hindered by opinion or manmade limitations, but willing to accept any challenge that comes their way. God has honored their obedience and willingness with open doors beyond expectation.
In August 2006, the Crabb Family, Jason, Kelly, Adam, Aaron and Terah, decided to say farewell. The siblings felt it was time to move to a new season in their lives. Each member has plans to keep with tradition and will continue to pursue their separate ministries. Everyone is anticipating what God has in store for the family. The Crabb Family is currently on tour to thank their fans for their unwavering support over the past ten years. Their last day as a group will fall on August 1, 2007.