Blessed by the Best Tour featuring Yolanda Adams on March 13, 2021 is now postponed to September 18, 2021 @ 7 PM. All tickets for the original performance will be honored for the rescheduled show. We thank you for your patience, and we look forward to sharing wonderful music with you in September of 2021.
Yolanda Adams has accomplished what few singers before her have ever achieved: The ability to attract fans from all walks of life without ever straying from the intricate roots that nurtured her Grammy winning voice in the first place.
The cornerstone of her amazing career so far - 1999's platinum-plus, award winning Elektra Records debut, Mountain High...Valley Low (Yolanda once described it as her "coming out album") established her as an undisputed gospel siren - one of the key figures of the genre's bold renaissance. Yolanda's impressive musical range and undeniable charisma helped liberate gospel music's more formal, traditional image. She's also displayed the kind of vocal immediacy and vulnerability possessed by few pop singers. Her show stopping October 2001 performance of the classic song "Imagine," on TNT's Come Together: A Night For John Lennon as well as her performances on Oprah, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The View and countless others, sealed her reputation as gospel's most transcendent ambassador.
Honored with an incredible array of awards within the last two years alone, including 2000's Grammy award for Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album, five Stellar Awards, two Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards, and five NAACP Image Awards, Yolanda followed up with last year's holiday gift to her fans, Christmas With Yolanda Adams, and 2001's acclaimed live album, The Experience. Now, after intense collaboration with some of the most revered producers working today, Yolanda steps back into the arena with her first collection of new material in three years - the incredible 12-song masterpiece - Believe.
Despite all the accolades, Yolanda's crowning achievement was the birth of her baby girl, Taylor Ayana. Says Yolanda about that 'experience': "You really don't know what love is until you have a child. No matter how tired I am after a show or how distracted I might be after a long recording session - all I have to do is see her little smile and I know everything is right in the world."
With the completion of Believe, Yolanda is again excited by the prospects of sharing her new music with the world. "I've grown as a songwriter and a performer and I'm eager to spread those creative wings again," she says. Aware that the country may be hungering even more for a spiritual message these days, Yolanda's album title hints at what the new disc can offer in the way of spiritual redemption. "Music has always been a potent force. I'm proud that this album addresses the spectrum of life. It deals with struggles and relationships and sadness and joy. Our music - gospel music - has always been a comfort to those who are looking for some kind of encouragement in their lives."