Balsam Hill Presents: Christmas with Michael W. Smith and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra with special guest Marc Martel on December 11.Michael W. Smith has been releasing new music regularly and performing around the world to sold-out crowds for the last 35+ years. During his storied career, he's written over 35 #1 songs, been honored with three GRAMMY(r) Awards and 45 Dove Awards, one American Music Award, was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and has sold more than 15 million albums. His most recent USA Today, Yahoo! Music and Billboard-acclaimed studio album A Million Lights and Parade, Good Morning America-featured and GRAMMY nominated live worship album Surrounded have together become his 30th and 31st Top 10 hits on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart, more than any other solo artist in history. He's also given back to the global community. Smith has raised funds to battle AIDS in Africa; started Rocketown, a safe haven for young people in Tennessee to meet and find hope; and has helped more than 70,000 children through Compassion International. He has also written several bestselling books, including Old Enough To Know and Friends Are Friends Forever.Marc Martel has forged for himself a unique and diverse career. Amongst other accolades, he started his own Queen tribute show called The Ultimate Queen Celebration, which tours all over the world, including an upcoming Germany/Austria/Switzerland run in 2020. In 2018 Martel was called upon to be one of the voices of Freddie Mercury in the Twentieth Century Fox film, "Bohemian Rhapsody", which has not only opened up touring opportunities that have brought him all over playing to sold out crowds, but has led to features by the New York Times, Good Morning America, and hundreds of other publications. Additionally, each Christmas Marc releases EP's chalk full of traditional holiday songs recorded with a fresh perspective and sound. The last 4 radio singles off these albums have garnered him Top 10 chart positioning on Billboard's Monitored AC Christian chart. Now 150 million YouTube views later, and a nearly cult online following, it feels as if Marc Martel is quickly becoming a recognizable name.