Grammy-Winning Christian Band Jars of Clay
Perform at Hope College on Saturday, Jan. 11
Posted December 17, 2002
HOLLAND -- Two-time Grammy-winning and multi-
platinum-selling Christian musicians Jars of Clay will
perform an acoustic show at Hope College on Saturday, Jan.
11, at 9 p.m. in Dimnent Memorial Chapel.
Jars of Clay's self-produced and critically
acclaimed recording, "The Eleventh Hour," has generated two
number-one singles, "I Need You" and "Fly," and has been
covered by media outlets such as the TV Guide Channel, The
CBS Early Show, Music Biz Magazine, Teen People and both
CNN's "Music on the Road" and "Headline News."
Jars of Clay released its first DVD, "11 Live:
Jars of Clay in Concert," in mid-September. The DVD, also
available on VHS, features two hours of performance footage,
including a full-production concert set and an intimate
acoustic set, plus behind-the-scenes interviews with the
The successful Christian band has also found
success in the mainstream music business, without changing
its Christian basis. The group has headlined at several
festivals, and opened shows for Sting in the past year.
The concert is being sponsored by the Hope College
Student Activities Office and Veritas Forum, and is part of
the new Hope College Christian Music Series.
Tickets for Jars of Clay are $20 for the general
public, and will go back on sale beginning Monday, Jan. 6,
at the DeWitt Center Box Office, which will be open from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m.
The DeWitt Center Box Office can be called at
(616) 395-7890, and is located in the DeWitt Cultural Center
on Columbia Avenue at 12th Street.
Dimnent Memorial Chapel is located on College
Avenue at 12th Street.
Additional information may be obtained by
contacting the college's Student Activities Office at (616)