96five was proud to host Riley Clemmons Live in Concert with special guest Bella Taylor Smith.
Newcastle artist John Newsome kicked the night off followed by The Voice 2021 Winner, Bella Taylor Smith who wowed the sold-out crowd with her vocal acrobatics. Riley Clemmons then took to the stage and performed songs from her almost decade-long career including old favourites ‘Broken Prayers’, ‘Fighting For Me’ and ‘Keep On Hoping’ as well the new single ‘Loved By You’ and unreleased songs from her upcoming album, Church Pew.
At just 23, Nashville’s Riley Clemmons has accumulated over 527.5 million global streams and 85 million YouTube video views since the beginning of her career. In 2021, Riley was nominated as Female Artist of the Year at the 9th Annual K-LOVE Fan Awards, becoming the youngest nominee in the show’s history.
Riley Clemmons new album Church Pew is available for preorder and is out on 22nd September 2023.
Check out some of the highlights below.
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Jeremy Camp – I Still Believe Tour
If you enjoyed the night and want to see more live music in Brisbane, get your tickets for Jeremy Camp’s I Still Believe Tour.
Between 2002 and 2023, Jeremy has released twelve albums, five of them RIAA- certified as Gold. He has sold over 6 million albums with 43 #1 singles across all formats. His music has earned him numerous awards and nominations across the Christian and secular music industries, including five GMA Dove Awards, Grammy nomination, three American Music Award nominations, and four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Awards. Camp was named Billboard’s #2 Christian artist of the decade as well. Outside of music, in 2020 Jeremy had an international theatrical movie release called “I Still Believe” which hit #1 in the box office opening weekend. The film depicted his life story of love and loss of his first wife after a battle with cancer.