July 30, 2024

Doors: 6:30 PM - Show: 7:30 PM

Jennifer Knapp with special guest Mariah Keener

with Mariah Keener

Stockroom East

625 E Jefferson Blvd, Suite C, South Bend, IN, 46617


Date & Time

Tuesday, July 30, 2024

7:30 PM

Location

Stockroom East

625 E Jefferson Blvd, Suite C, South Bend, IN, 46617

TICKETS: $20 (VIP $50 Extra)

Folk-rocker Jennifer Knapp is a singer-songwriter, author, speaker & advocate. She has sold over 1 million albums, won 4 Dove Awards, earned 2 Grammy nominations, toured the globe, and released 7 full-length studio albums.


Knapp’s storied career began in the Christian Music Industry in 1994. After a meteoric rise to #1, critical and commercial success, and with a considerable fan base, she walked away in 2003. After a seven-year hiatus she returned with a renewed passion for music showcased in her 2010 album Letting Go. Set Me Free followed in 2014 on Righteous Babe Records in conjunction with a memoir, Facing the Music: My Story, published by Simon & Schuster. The 2017 release Love Comes Back Around, produced by Viktor Krauss, pairs her fearless songwriting and strong, expressive voice with Americana style rootsy arrangements.

Mariah Keener is an 28 year old musician who has been singing since the age of two. Since then she has learned to play piano, drums, guitar, trumpet, mandolin, and ukelele. She has been writing her own music for about 15 years and has written close to 75 songs. She graduated from college in 2016 with a Bachelor's degree with a focus on voice.


She is currently a full-time worship-leader, a freelance podcast producer, an audio engineer for Art4 theater company, and continues to perform her original music on the side. Her debut EP, "Light", released on March 4, 2016 + chronicles her life until that point. Then in the fall of 2017, Mariah + Mecario released the single, "Frontlines", as a response to the Charlottesville attack. The goal of the song was to unite people of all backgrounds + to encourage reconciliation. 100% of the proceeds from "Frontlines" has been (and will continue to be) donated to Equal Justice Initiative. Her latest release, Learn to Love (Live), came in the middle of the COVID pandemic and released in the summer of 2020.


In the lead song, she asks "who am I when there's no one to entertain?" and dives deep into answering that question through the album. Recorded live, she took it back to the basics with just an acoustic guitar and her voice.

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