We love getting the chance to share meaningful music here at the Rabbit Room. It is an honor to be able to showcase different artists in the community who are not only great singer-songwriters but also great friends.
The Local Show is a live, in-the-round concert held at North Wind Manor—also streaming on Facebook and YouTube! While this month’s show is sold out, join us on Tuesday, November 1st at 7:30 PM (CT) on our live streams to share in this inspired night of songs and stories.
We’re proud to present this next Local Show’s line-up of artists: Andrew Osenga, Leslie Jordan, John Lucas, and Zach Bolen. Check out more about each performer below.
A long-time Nashville musician, Andrew Osenga’s strong vocals and smooth guitar riffs accompany his authentic lyrics and storytelling. His music ranges from soft acoustic melodies with atmospheric harmonies to head-bangin’ ballads with electric guitar solos. He has toured with Steven Curtis Chapman, Andrew Peterson, and Jars of Clay. Bonus: if you were at Hutchmoot, you got a preview of some new music on the way.
After working as a worship leader for a decade, Leslie Jordan released her first EP this year, titled All That I Need to Know. Her experience leading worship carries itself into her songs. With calming vocals and accompaniment, she seeks to nourish others with music that points to Christ.
John Lucas is a singer-songwriter from North Carolina. His style ranges from bare-bones acoustic to cinematic melodies, with lyrics honest yet gentle. He has had his work licensed for TV shows, corporate ads, small businesses, and wedding films.
Zach Bolen is a singer-songwriter with an alternative rock style. He is the lead singer for the band Citizens, some of whose songs have become incorporated at church gatherings in recent years. He recorded his first solo album, 1001, in 2016.
Livi Goodgame is a native Nashvillian, a fiddle player, and an aspiring poet who teaches line dancing on the side. She is currently studying English and French at MTSU.