Alabaster Arts, Inc., home to Gotee recording artist
Jennifer Knapp, have relocated their offices to Nashville, Tenn. effective
December 1, 2000. Steven Thomas, President/CEO and co-owner, and Knapp,
owner and co-CEO, founded Alabaster Arts in 1998.
Thomas is a former Event Producer for Youth For Christ, working with events
including the youth evangelism conference-DC/LA. He has served as manager
for Knapp since 1998. Alabaster Arts staff includes: Cheryl Anteau,
formerly of Gotee Records and True Artist Management as tour marketing and
logistics manager; Anita Crawford, formerly with Creation Festivals as
office manager and Jodi Mathewson, merchandise manager.
Knapp, currently the only artist managed by Alabaster Arts, first appeared
on the Christian music scene in 1998 with her debut release Kansas, which
spent an impressive 80 weeks on the top of the Top 25 Christian charts, sold
nearly 500,000 units, landed a Billboard Music Video Award and two Dove
Awards, including New Artist Of The Year. Her latest album, Lay It Down,
debuted and spent two weeks at no. one, remaining in the top ten on the
Christian music sales chart for three months and earning Knapp two top five
singles thus far, including “A Little More” which held the top spot for six
weeks. Alabaster Arts has plans to expand their artist roster in 2001.
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