The Caedmon’s Call concert scheduled for Thursday, October 6, at 7 p.m. has been canceled and replaced with a performance by piano rocker John David Webster. The concert will be presented by WQME 98.7 FM and Anderson University. Tickets for the Caedmon’s Call concert will be honored and a refund will be given for the difference in price. Ticket holders requiring full refunds need to access their point of purchase to receive the refund. Tickets for the John David Webster concert are $10 for reserved seats and $8 for Anderson University students. Tickets are available at the Reardon Auditorium box office (765-641-4140) and all TicketMaster outlets.
“Reardon Auditorium is pleased to be able to offer this great evening of entertainment,” said Cheryl Shank, director of Conference and Performance Events at Anderson University. “Although we a re sorry for the inconvenience, we feel confident that all will enjoy the great night we have planned with this exceptional talent.”
John David Webster has been making music for years, but has only just recently inked a recording deal. Now he's ready to share his gifts—and the gospel—with a broader audience. His latest project, Made to Shine, represents his national debut, but this Indianapolis native has been making music for years. After starting out in a junior high rock band and studying jazz in high school, it wasn't long before Webster launched a respectable career as an independent artist, opening for the likes of Rich Mullins, Delirious, and Third Day—not to mention performing at Billy Graham's Crusades.
Word of mouth eventually earned him a record deal with BHT Entertainment, and after spending three years on the road writing close to 100 songs, Webster is finally poised to take his music to a broader audience, with a piano-based pop/rock style that's as much Gavin DeGraw as it is Michael W. Smith. The John David Webster concert is a part of the 2005 Homecoming weekend schedule of activities, October 7-8. For more information about Anderson University’s 2005 Homecoming celebration, contact the AU Office of Alumni Relations visit the AU public web site at www.anderson.edu or call 765-641-4100, 765-641-3888 (fax) or at firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).
Anderson University is a private, four-year, liberal arts institution of approximately 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students. Established in 1917 by the Church of God, the university offers more than 60 undergraduate majors and graduate programs of study in business, education and theology.