Crabb Revival

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Crabb Revival
Genres CCM
Years active 2008–2012
Members Adam Crabb
Zach Smith
Amanda Smith
Micah Schweinsberg
Jedidiah Richardson
Past members Terah Crabb

Crabb Revival is a Contemporary Christian music group.

Career[edit]

Crabb Revival was formed by brother and sister, Adam and Terah Crabb, after the disbandment of The Crabb Family in 2007. The other members, Zach Smith and Micah Schweinsberg, were part of the Crabb Family band, while the final member, Jedidiah Richardson, is Adam and Terah's cousin. The band was signed to Daywind Records in February 2008[1] and they released their debut album, Runaway Train, on May 30, 2008. The album was critically acclaimed and received a Dove Award nomination.

In 2008, Zach's wife, Amanda, joined the band as a vocalist. The band then participated on Daywind's Live at Oak Tree series, releasing their second CD/DVD on March 31, 2009. On June 24, 2009, and after two years of touring, Terah Crabb announced she was leaving the band to become a full-time mother.[2]

In February 2011, the band released their second studio album titled Going Places. The album is produced by Michael Sykes, and features songs written by Gerald Crabb and Clint Brown.[3]

In 2014, it was announced that Adam Crabb had joined the Gaither Vocal Band.

Discography[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

2008:

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