John Tibbs

Murray Hill Theatre Presents

John Tibbs

Dylan Gerard (Contestant on NBC's The Voice Season 13/ Don't Sigh Daisy), Jacob Hudson

Fri, February 16, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

Murray Hill Theatre

Jacksonville, FL

$10:advanced; $25:VIP, $12:day of show

This event is all ages

STANDING ROOM with limited seating available on a first come, first serve basis.


Sound at the Murray Hill Theatre provided by AVL Productions

John Tibbs
John Tibbs
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.
Dylan Gerard (Contestant on NBC's The Voice Season 13/ Don't Sigh Daisy)
Dylan is a singer/songwriter from Macclenny, FL. As part of a folk pop-rock band he co-founded called Don't Sigh Daisy, he has released a number of E.P.'s and singles. The latest single is "Better Man" and presents a newer direction for Dylan. Steeped in southern soul and the crooning styles of Sinatra and Martin he is now creating music that could be defined as a representation of Americana Blues. Dylan caught his biggest break recently on Season 13 of NBC's The Voice where he made it to the knockout rounds. At 28, Dylan is beginning to tour and record more music in hopes of entertaining and inspiring a larger audience.
Jacob Hudson
Jacob Hudson
Jacob Hudson's new record The Tomb is a beautiful merging of heartbreak and triumph. Taking nods from singer-songwriters like William Fitzsimmons and Sufjan Stevens, Jacob Hudson's Sophomore album features ornate acoustic guitar harmonies, elaborate vocal arrangements, and introspective lyrics. More than a mere collection of songs, The Tomb tells the story of love, heartbreak, finding identity, and, in the end, mending. The album traverses many genres: Folk ( I Miss the Times), Americana (If I Were to Blame), Experimental post-rock ( The Dirt), and more. Its understated nature will draw you in immediately while its lyrical prowess and energetic moments will make it a classic.

Most of Jacob Hudson's recordings took place in unconventional places like cabins, living rooms, and closets. This let the natural environment bleed over into the recordings, which has greatly intensified the realistic nature of Jacob's songwriting. When it comes to his production, he chose two of his good friends to assist him in refining the direction of each song to most accurately represent the message of the song, and of the record in its entirety. Searching for the balance between authentic and polished recordings was a group effort to ensure these songs would be creative as well as honest pieces to listen to.
Venue Information:
Murray Hill Theatre
932 Edgewood Ave. S.
Jacksonville, FL, 32205