Voices 4 Epilepsy Concert

Saturday June 04, 2022
06:00 pm
1113 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC, USA (View Map)

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Voices 4 Epilepsy Concert

Voices 4 Epilepsy Concert

June 4th, 2022

Charleston Elk's Lodge #242

1113 Sam Rittenberg Blvd

Charleston 29407

Featuring:  Jordan St. Cyr

Doors open at 6pm

Music starts at 7pm

Ticket price: $25 per person

VIP ticket:  $50  (concert ticket and meet & greet for one artist)


Jordan St. Cyr

Has been nominated and won several awards and competitions including CM United Christian Artist of the Year (2018), Western Canadian Music Awards nominee (2018), Nashville Rising Star winner (2017). Most recently, Jordan was nominated for eight GMA Covenant Awards (2019) and walked away with five including Song of the Year, New Artist of the Year, Recorded Song of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Pop Song of the Year, making it a very exciting start to the year and confirmation that he is doing what he has been called to do. 

In 2018 he released a song called In My Lifetime, co-produced by Ben Calhoun (Citizen Way) and Micah Kuiper (Hawk Nelson), and received international attention while winning 1st place in the Nashville-based Unsigned Only Competition in 2017. April 10, 2020, he released a brand new record called Fires with an EP to follow in the summer.

Be sure to check out Jordan's recent release of "Weary Traveler."


Leanna Crawford

For the past two and half years, singer-songwriter Leanna Crawford has been writing, touring, and performing with some of the biggest names in the Christian music industry. She's gained more experience than many artists do in a decade, and while her latest EP certainly displays the vocal and songwriting talent of a rising star in CCM, her grounded and honest lyrics make her feel more friend and confidante than star, more approachable than untouchable. 

"I hope [listeners] feel that I care about them even if I don't know them," says Crawford, "that they would feel loved and encouraged."