ACCLAIMED CHRISTIAN SINGER SONGWRITER JENNIFER KNAPP COMES OUT AS A LESBIAN

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Singer songwriter Jennifer Knapp returns from a seven year hiatus with her new album Letting Go (RED) on May 11th 2010. The Grammy nominated, Dove Award winning artist will also perform on this summer’s Lilith Fair Tour and is currently previewing her new music¬† now.¬† Recorded in Nashville, Letting Go is produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Martha Wainwright, Amy Grant) and features ten intimate folk, country tinged rock songs showcasing her astonishing straightforwardness and spirituality.


Knapp’s impressive history includes selling over one million albums with her previous releases Kansas (debut 1998), Lay It Down (2000), and The Way I Am (2001). The Kansas-born musician toured the globe with artists such as Jars of Clay and was featured on 1999’s Lilith Fair tour. She received critical acclaim with The Los Angeles Times calling her “a rising star” and People Magazine describing her as “an uncommonly literate songwriter.” Jennifer went on to win her first Dove Award in 1999 for Best New Artist, scored a Grammy nod in 2002 and another Dove nomination in 2003. With a considerable fan base, critical and commercial successes, Knapp walked away from it all at the height of her career.

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