Texas native David Crowder has led worship with hundreds of thousands around the world for over two decades with an unconventional Christian sound that blends folk, rock and electronic. He began his music career in college after starting a church geared toward fellow students at Baylor University. Since then, the bearded American contemporary artist has continually kept vulnerability at the forefront of his music to bring people together. “I think that we are all a lot more the same than we are different,” Crowder said. “We’re all just dirt and water and the breath of God.”
Forming for the first Planetshakers Conference in 1997, Australian Christian Worship band, Planetshakers is passionate to see generations worldwide unite together to worship God. Their heart is to see people encounter God, be transformed by His presence and empowered to make a difference in their world. Hailing originally from Adelaide, the Planetshakers Band is now based in Melbourne at Planetshakers Church, under the leadership of Senior Pastors Russell and Sam Evans. With over 20 internationally acclaimed albums, the band tour annually to the USA, South America, UK, Europe, South Africa, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Since 1997, the band has grown substantially with two teams now travelling the globe regularly.