Feb 10, 2009

Phil Wickam concert features Liberty grad

by Danielle Talbert

Phil Wickham will be in concert with special guest, Meredith Andrews, Friday, Feb. 13 at 8:30 p.m. in the Schilling Center. This is the first time Wickham will headline at Liberty. He performed as an opener for MercyMe and Audio Adrenaline at College for a Weekend in 2006.
Andrews, a Liberty alumna, is not a new face to the music scene on campus. She was a member of the Campus Praise Band and a regular at Coffeehouse.

Andrews started singing in her Wilson, N.C. church when she was only six years old. She began to lead worship for her church while she was in high school, according to her Web site, meredithandrews.com.
Andrews graduated from Liberty with degrees in family and childhood development and worship.

Andrews was spotted by a pastor from Harvest Bible Chapel when she was still leading worship at Liberty, and was later hired onto the worship team at his church. She later signed with World Records and has now circled back to her home base at Liberty to perform a concert.

Wickham grew up in a family of musicians in California. At the age of 24, Wickham has already recorded and released four albums. His latest, “Singalong,” was released May 2008.

Tickets for the concert are on sale for $8 in advance at the Lahaye Student Union.

Contact Danielle Talbert at
detalbert@lliberty.edu.


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