American Christian music artist Chris Tomlin brought his Holy Roar tour to Abbotsford Centre on Saturday night. Tomlin has sold more than seven million records and won a Grammy in 2012 for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)

SLIDESHOW: Chris Tomlin brings Holy Roar tour to Abbotsford

American Christian music artist performed at Abbotsford Centre

American Christian music artist Chris Tomlin brought his Holy Roar tour to Abbotsford Centre on Saturday night.

Tomlin has sold more than seven million records and won a Grammy in 2012 for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album.

In addition to his Grammy, Tomlin has 16 No. 1 radio singles, three Billboard Music Awards, and two platinum and five gold records to his name.

Last fall, he was honoured as the fourth recipient of the SoundExchange Digital Radio Award, recognizing more than one billion digital radio plays.

Tomlin’s latest album is Never Lose Sight, and he also has released his first children’s book, Good Good Father.

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