In just a few short weeks, John Tibbs will be releasing his latest album, “Homeland.” This album is being co-produced by Ben Shive who has worked with Rend Collective, Colony House, and Ellie Holcomb. He will be touring with Matt Maher, Jonn Diaz, JJ Weeks Band and Dave Pettigrew this Fall.
Here are a couple of reasons why you want to check out John’s new album. For one, John Tibbs is an artist with a message to offer to us all. His music is an acoustic driven, rock and roll response to all the heart-ache and strife we see in the world today. Listen to what John has to say:
“I grew up in a coal-mining town and fell in love in Indiana. The heartland represents home to me,” reveals Tibbs, the son of a preacher and teacher. “And yet, I realize that this world is not my home. This song is a response to the strife I see every day and a reminder to myself to carry the love and kindness of God wherever I go. No amount of war, famine, anger, disease or political division can overcome the love of God.”
Secondly, Tibbs has a great heart. Listen to Tibbs’ heart as he opens up to us about his past, his struggles, and his hope for our world: “Having also toured with Tenth Avenue North, Audrey Assad and Gungor, Tibbs, who has had a stutter since his childhood, spends time encouraging others like himself everywhere he travels.” John says:
“I believe we need to normalize things like that and encourage folks, especially children, that the way we are made is beautiful in and of itself.”
He has a strong and powerful message to share with the world. So be sure to check out his music by clicking on the following link: