Power 104.1 FM’s 20th anniversary celebration promises to be no less exciting as American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter, Jeremy Thomas Camp takes centre stage to minister through worship and praise.
The five-time Gospel Music Association (GMA) Dove Awards winner, nominated thrice for American Music Awards will with others, headline the annual celebration, Phatfest, expected to take place 13 January, 2018 at Lugogo Cricket oval – Kampala under the theme “Love at 20.”
Power 104.1 FM, which is followed most especially by the youth, was founded 1998. Unlike before, PhatFest is now free of charge, the station confirmed to this reporter.
Coming at a time the station is marking 20 years, PhatFest is a one of a kind experience and with thousands of worshippers recorded in the last edition, we can only anticipate with bated breath what the attendance at this year’s edition will be given the upward progression in the number of participants over the years.
Power 104.1 FM announced this year beginning that they will also host D.Reign, Proclaim Music, Sandra Suubi, Wilson Bugembe among others.
About Jeremy Camp
On October 6, Jeremy Camp released ‘The Answer’, his 15th career album in 15 years.
Since his debut album, 2002’s ‘Stay’, Camp has established himself with numerous landmark accolades, including four RIAA-certified Gold albums, more than 4.5 million albums sold, a GRAMMY nomination, three American Music Awards nominations, multiple ASCAP awards, 41 radio No. 1’s, a Gold digital single (“There Will Be A Day”), and a multi-Platinum DVD.
He has also toured the world, sharing his music in more than 36 countries, and his organization, Speaking Louder Ministries, has allowed him to travel to Brazil, Guatemala, Ukraine, Japan and Kyrgyzstan.
Camp’s most popular songs include, ‘There will be a day’, ‘Christ in me’, ‘Same Power’, ‘Walk by faith’, ‘Beautiful one’, ‘I still Believe’ among others.
On December 15, 2003, he married Adrienne Liesching, after his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, diagnosed with ovarian cancer died on February 5, 2001. The 39-year-old has two daughters and one son.