Marvin Sapp Tickets for Sale
Marvin Sapp found a calling after he left Commissioned a Christian American rap group in the 1990s. Marvin Sapp the solo artist began his career with a smash hit in the gospel/ contemporary Christian community with a self-titled album. Since then, Marvin Sapp tickets have been among the most desired of inspirational/worship concert tour tickets in this genre.
Sapp grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he spent his formative years dedicated to singing in the church. His big career break came in 1991 when he was asked to join a popular gospel rap group, Commissioned, at the age of 23. Marvin spent four years recording and touring with the group before breaking out on his own.
In 1995 his self-titled release earned him acclaim in the gospel genre, but it would take 12 years before Marvin Sapp achieved cross over appeal. The 2007 album Thirsty featured the song "Never Would Have Made It," which peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Charts and number 82 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single helped push the gospel album to a number 28 debut on the Billboard 200 adb was later certified Gold.
|May 11 Fri 7:30 PM||A Mother's Day Celebration: Fred Hammond, Marvin Sapp, Donnie McClurkin, Charles Jenkins & Take 6||Hampton Coliseum
|May 12 Sat 7:00 PM||A Mothers Day Celebration: Fred Hammond & Marvin Sapp||UMBC Event Center
|May 13 Sun 6:30 PM||A Mothers Day Celebration: Marvin Sapp, Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin & Shirley Caesar||House Of Hope
|May 26 Sat 5:30 PM||Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Tye Tribett, & Tamela Mann||The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Marvin Sapp waited three years, but his follow up album, Here I Am, seems destined for similar success. The lead single, "The Best in Me," peaked at number 14 on the R&B/Hip Hop charts and has even earned the number 20 spot on the Urban Adult Contemporary chart.
OlineSeats has the Marvin Sapp tickets for his gospel, hip hop, and urban adult contemporary fans for his upcoming 2010 spring tour.