CANCELLED! John Tibbs
201 F St. NE
Washington, DC, 20002
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM (event ends at 10:00 PM)
This event is all ages
John Tibbs wants to change the world. As a 20 – something, John has spent the last decade passionately crafting his skill and connecting with people. Today, John not only travels the country sharing his own music, but is also the worship leader at Madison Park Church in Anderson, Indiana.
John’s recent release, ‘Swallowing Death, Breathing Life,’ is a story of hope. In the separation between Heaven and earth, it is easy to forget who Jesus is. That God is alive and active – that He is faithful and just. These songs were created out a place of remembering God’s faithfulness.
‘Swallowing Death, Breathing Life’ has been released for free on Noisetrade. John says, ‘I want everyone to have access to this project. I believe in these songs and want every person to encounter Jesus through them.’
The recording project is also available on iTunes, Amazon, and all other digital outlets.
Michael Knox is a singer/songwriter based out of Northern Virginia.
He recently finished recording his debut album with acclaimed musician/producer Kurtis Parks.
Influenced by the sounds of songwriters Matt Wertz, Dave Barnes and Brandon Heath, Michael’s music can be described as upbeat acoustic pop/rock with thoughtful lyrics and an engaging stage presence. An honest writer and performer, he looks forward to playing his album live and sharing his love for music with others.
Originally from Dallas, Michael picked up the guitar in 2001 after being inspired by fellow Jesuit College Prep classmate Ryan Cabrera. After graduating from high school, Michael went on to play minor league baseball with the Yankees for three years; during this time his passion for music grew as he would he would look forward to writing and playing guitar after practice and games.
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