Addison Agen is an Indie-Folk singer-songwriter best known as Season 13’s first runner up on NBC’s The Voice. Based out of Nashville, Tennessee, the 22-year-old’s powerful and heart-wrenching voice welcomes listeners of all kinds to be grateful and self-reflective. Addison has shared the stage with artists such as Bob Seger, The Band Joseph, Gordon Lightfoot, Brandy Clark, Liz Longley and May Erlewine while performing at top venues/events including The Winter Jam Tour, The Philadelphia Folk Festival, Nashville’s Famous Bluebird Cafe, The Ark and Caffe Lena. Her music is woven together with themes of nostalgia, acceptance, and hopefulness. Addison’s debut full-length album, When The Morning Comes, is available on all major streaming platforms.

Special Guest

Skye Peterson

Skye Peterson is every bit as thoughtful and sincere as her songs are. Raised among a close-knit community of singer-songwriters who don’t fit the standard mold of Christian music, she has been long in sharpening her unique gift for truth-telling to an edge that cuts to the heart of it all: who is God, and why does it matter? The result is a gently piercing style of alt-folk, steeped in the mysteries of Scripture yet concerned with the stuff of a knowable life. Her debut full-length, Where the Winter Was, reads like a poet’s journal, grappling, unsure, yet full of a deeply-rooted hope that calls the listener to stand wide-eyed before the ordinary, where there is more flower than snow, more resurrection than death.

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