January 29, 2015 (Jackson) - Musician Ike Ndolo will be in concert at Belhaven University on March 24, 2015 at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall. Fans of The David Crowder Band, Hillsong United and Jackie Francois should make room in their playlists for this exciting new artist. His debut album We Are the Beggars was released in 2009 and his sophomore album Rivers was released in 2013
Born in Missouri after his parents moved to the United States from Nigeria, Ndolo developed a love of music because he grew up in a home that rang with hymns sung by his mother. Since then, his love of music and talent as a musician and worship leader has been encouraged by his mentors, Tom Booth and Matt Maher. Ndolo leads worship every Sunday at his church in Tempe, Arizona, and travels the country leading others to Christ. He feels called to be a servant to those around him through his art, through his music and through his life.
The enthusiasm that is quickly building behind Ndolo's music and ministry is a testament to a passionate faith that resonates with youth and young adults. With the piercing honesty of his voice and unique accessibility of his music, Ndolo addresses our human frailty by drawing attention to the joy of how deeply we are loved and accepted by God.
Tickets to the Ike Ndolo Concert are $5 for Belhaven students, staff and faculty and $10 for general admission.