Adam Cappa to give free concert in Walla Walla
Christian artist will perform at the fair grounds on August 31 at 6 p.m.
By: Camlynne Waring
Christian artist Adam Cappa and his band will perform live on the Pepsi Stage at the Walla Walla fair grounds on August 31 at 6 p.m. The event, sponsored by Positive Life Radio and Walla Walla University, is free to all with the fair entrance fee. Music wasn’t the first interest for Cappa, who was born and raised in Richmond, Ind., the birthplace of recorded jazz. However, he was heavily influenced that direction by several mentors in his life. Cappa bought a guitar, learned a few songs, and soon was leading fellow students at a local youth group in Matt Redman’s “Blessed Be Your Name” and Chris Tomlin’s “Enough.”
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“God began to write a lot of songs in my heart,” Cappa says. “Before I knew it, I felt the Lord had called me to pursue ministry on the road full time. I sold my car, bought a van, and started playing for teen camps full time.” While touring he met Christian artist Jeremy Camp. Camp mentored Cappa through his first demo and offered insights about music and ministry. Cappa’s debut album, The Rescue, has both a pop and praise tone to it. “We’re excited to offer this new annual Positive Life Radio Concert at the Fair for the young people and community here in the Walla Walla Valley,” says Sali Miller, promotions manager.