Tiffany Arbuckle, better known in the contemporary Christian music (CCM) world as the lead singer for the Dove Award-winning modern rock group Plumb, recently shared her appreciation for fellow CCM artist Derek Webb’s concert with drag queen singer Flamy Grant.
Webb is a member of the Dove Award-winning group Caedmon’s Call. The band hasn’t released a new album since 2010, but reunited earlier this year for two sold-out shows in Nashville.
“These beautiful people. What an honor to stand with them. @gracepointetn hosted @derekwebb new album release #TheJesusHypothesis. What a privilege I was offered to join them last night,” the popular Christian music singer posted for her 72,700 Instagram followers.
Arbuckle was referring to Webb’s album release show for “The Jesus Hypothesis” this past Sunday in Nashville, Tennessee. The Plumb singer shared a photo of her alongside Webb, Flamy Grant, and 1999’s Gospel Music Association’s “New Artist of the Year” Jennifer Knapp—who in 2010 told Christianity Today she not only was a lesbian but had also been in a same-sex relationship since 2002.
Webb describes his new album, which features a song with Flamy Grant, titled “Boys Will Be Girls,” as his “first Christian and gospel album in 10 years.”
“What started as an album release show blossomed into the best, most beautiful party that I couldn’t believe I was even invited to,” Webb shared on Instagram. “So grateful to my dear friends @FlamyGrant, @jenniferknappmusic, and @plumbmusic for their hearts and voices.”
In an interview, Flamy Grant said, “I’m a singing/songwriting drag queen named after arguably the most successful Christian artist of all time. In my house growing up, we were only allowed to listen to Christian and gospel music, so as a closeted queer kid, Amy Grant was my version of an inspirational diva.”
Last month, Webb and Flamy Grant released a music video, which depicts Webb’s transformation into a drag queen.
Flamy Grant shared a post that included the same photo that Arbuckle shared, as well as videos of Arbuckle and Knapp singing.
“One of these things is not a 90s CCM star like the others. Last night was a dream,” Flamy Grant said. “I got to fill the Plumb-shaped-hole in my heart by meeting the faaaabulous Tiffany Arbuckle.”