By Jamie Ward from Music News Nashville:
The emotional and heart-touching video to Grammy winner Jason Crabb’s latest hit, “Love Is Stronger,” is set to be showcased today during the National Down Syndrome Congress Convention as the star of the video, Ashley DeRamus (Ashley DeRamus Foundation), makes a special guest appearance. The advocate for Down Syndrome will appear at the convention as her work is highlighted during the 42nd Annual Event held in Indianapolis, IN.
The video, directed by multiple award winner Roman White (Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood), will be shown to all the delegates from around the globe attending the conference.
The video has impacted the hearts and lives of countless individuals since it’s debut on USAtoday.com. The track was produced by Jay DeMarcus (Rascal Flatts) and has enjoyed success on country and christian radio.
Through the experience of living with Down syndrome, Ashley DeRamus’ advocacy proves that those born with Down syndrome have ability and not disability. Ashley has been featured as a speaker at the United Nations and was named one of the six most inspirational entrepreneurs with Down syndrome in the world by Disney. Ashley, along with her mother Connie DeRamus, launched a clothing line tailored to fit women with Down syndrome, Ashley by Design. Ashley resides in the Birmingham, AL area.
Jason Crabb is one busy man. Currently on the summer leg of his “Love Is Stronger’ Tour sponsored by Feed the Children and presented by Muse Concerts, the highly-celebrated individual shows no signs of slowing down. Last week, Billboard magazine broke the news that Crabb entered into an agreement with Reunion Records, a division of Provident Music / Sony, home to Brandon Heath, Casting Crowns, Steven Curtis Chapman, among others.
“Love Is Stronger” on YouTube: