Urban contemporary superstar and singer-songwriter Jonathan McReynolds has returned to #1 on the charts more than six months after the release of his latest album Make Room, following a steady climb back up over the last few weeks ending on the star’s 29th birthday on Monday. The album, Make Room, is currently sitting at #1 on Nielsen’s Current Gospel Albums and #2 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums, with the album’s lead single “Not Lucky, I’m Loved” (released last September) currently back at #1 on Top Gospel Airplay. A return to the top of the charts for an album and its lead single, 6 months and a whole year, respectively, after their initial release is a huge move for any artist, and yet with an artist like Jonathan McReynolds we’ve largely come to expect these sorts of moves.

Jonathan is known for a bottomless energy and work ethic, and fans have continuously showed not only an interest but a dedication to Jonathan unlike any artist in his field, keeping his songs on the charts and showing up in droves as he brings his Make Room show on the road to sold-out crowds all this month.

The Make Room tour kicked off September 6th in Detroit and will end later this week on September 21st in St. Louis, MO. After two nights at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory, two nights in Virginia, two nights in Ohio, Philadelphia, and a show in Decatur, GA last night, Jonathan will finish out his tour with another sold-out show in Decatur tonight at Eddie’s Attic, with Memphis and St. Louis later this week. Find more info on these dates and future shows

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