Caleb and Kelsey will be performing at the Vermont State Fair in Rutland on August 15th at 7:00 p.m. The concert is a fundraiser for the Rutland Area Christian School.
RUTLAND, Vt. (PRWEB) July 10, 2019
For married duo Caleb and Kelsey Grimm, inspiration is not only found in their love of performing and making music together, it’s their love of family. When they met, both were working on music of their own. Caleb is a founding member of pop vocal group Anthem Lights and Kelsey was signed to a record deal with Sony Music/Provident Label Group. As a married couple, Caleb and Kelsey originally started recording songs together for fun.
In 2017, Caleb and Kelsey recorded a medley featuring popular worship songs, “Oceans (Where Feet May Fall)” and “You Make Me Brave,” and posted the track online. Much to their surprise, the medley shot to #1 on the Christian iTunes chart.
The success of their first medley encouraged the couple to record a second medley which resulted in another #1 hit. Fueled by fan enthusiasm, Caleb and Kelsey recorded more songs and videos, including power ballads “My Heart Will Go On” and “Beauty and The Beast,” garnering over 70 million views on Facebook.
In 2018, the duo’s first full album, Worship, debuted at #1 on the Christian iTunes chart. What started as a hobby has grown into a full-time pursuit. Caleb and Kelsey will be performing at the Vermont State Fair in Rutland on August 15th at 7:00 p.m. The concert is a fundraiser for the Rutland Area Christian School.
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About the Rutland Area Christian School:
The Rutland Area Christian School (also known as “RACS”) is a private school located in Rutland, Vermont with a small teacher to student ratio. RACS is heading into its 27th school year this fall. The Rutland Area Christian School focuses on educating the whole child: body, mind, and soul.
About the Vermont State Fair:
The Vermont State Fair is an agricultural fair managed by The Rutland County Agricultural Society. The first Vermont State Fair took place in 1846, making it one of the oldest state fairs in the United States. The Vermont State Fair is celebrating the 174 year anniversary this year.