Review: Jason Crabb delivers strong performance on new album

Staff Writer
Columbus Monthly

Jason Crabb, "Whatever the Road" (Reunion Records)

Jason Crabb is as good as the Christian singer has ever been on his new album, "Whatever the Road."

Crabb sings about love, faith and hoping for miracles on his fifth solo album, his first with new label home Reunion Records, a division of Provident Label Group/Sony Music. His vocals are strong and production from Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury is solid on the 10-track set.

On "Mysterious Ways," Crabb sings about the aftermath of a car wreck and relies on wise words given by his grandfather. He is steadfast on God's ability to deliver no matter the circumstances on "He Knows What He's Doing."

Those tracks are just a taste of Crabb's masterful display on this project. Every track flows easily from one song to another. And despite despair, he sings with hope on "It's a Good Life" and "Chance for a Miracle."


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