Inspirational recording artist, singer-songwriter-musician Jonathan McReynolds is sharing dates for his upcoming fall “Make Room” tour, including dates in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Memphis. Tickets for these dates go on sale publicly this Friday, June 29th.

The tour comes on the heels of a high-profile streaming premiere for his live concert video “Jonathan McReynolds: Make Room” exclusively on global music and entertainment platform TIDAL. As part of the partnership, all ticket sales for the tour will include a free three month membership to TIDAL. The live concert recording was previously broadcast as a network TV special in March exclusively to TVOne, and it’s available freely online for the first time now, exclusively at TIDAL.com/JonathanMcReynolds.

Jonathan will be on tour from September 6th-21st with special guests to be announced. Dates below:

  • September 6th – Detroit, MI at El Club
  • September 9th – Cleveland, OH at House of Blues
  • September 10th – Brooklyn, NY at Knitting Factory (SOLD OUT)
  • September 11th – Brooklyn, NY at Knitting Factory
  • September 13th – Vienna, VA at Jammin Java
  • September 15th – Richmond, VA at Capital Ale House (SOLD OUT)
  • September 16th – Philadelphia, PA at The Foundry
  • September 18th – Decatur, GA at Eddie’s Attic (SOLD OUT)
  • September 19th – Decatur, GA at Eddie’s Attic (SOLD OUT)
  • September 20th – Memphis, TN at 1884 Lounge
  • September 21st – St. Louis, MO at The Firebird

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The Dove Award-winning and Grammy and Stellar Award-nominated artist’s latest album, “Make Room,” was recorded live in Chicago in May 2017 and follows Jonathan, his band, and an impressive roster of guest artists through a spirited, inspired, and elastic live set. “Make Room” spawned hit singles “Cycles” and “Not Lucky, I’m Loved,” which became his first Billboard #1 Single upon its release in October 2017. Upon its debut, “Make Room” landed in the #1 slot on Billboard’s Gospel Album Charts and #2 on Top Christian/Gospel albums, as well as breaking into the mainstream at #27 on Top Albums and #97 on Hot 200. Jonathan’s last album, 2015’s “Life Music: Stage Two,” spent four weeks at #1 on the Billboard Gospel chart. The album is still in Soundscan’s Gospel top ten.

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