Kari Jobe Performing Live on FOX show "Huckabee" Saturday June 7th
Grammy-nominated artist Kari Jobe will be stopping by FOX show "Huckabee" on Saturday (June 6) to perform a new song from her recently released album Majestic on Huckabee. You can catch it live on FOX at 8 pm ET on Saturday or catch the re-airing of her performance Sunday at 8 pm ET and 11 pm ET on Fox News.
Jobe released new album and DVD, Majestic (Capitol CMG) on Tuesday (March 25, 2014) and it shot straight up the iTunes charts. The all-new album recorded live at the historic Majestic Theatre in Dallas, TX is resonating with fans as it climbed to No. 4 this week on iTunes Overall Albums and No. 1 on iTunes Christian & Gospel charts. Majestic is also Jobe's first-ever full-length live concert DVD. The DVD is also a part of the physical deluxe edition of Majestic featuring bonus songs in addition to the full concert footage.
Jobe has been on the road with the MAJESTIC TOUR the past month performing to near capacity crowds as well as four sold-out dates in New York City, Birmingham, Raleigh/Durham and Toronto, Ontario Canada. The tour features special guests Rend Collective and continues through April 8th. She also has international dates coming up this May visiting her large fanbase in South America.
With the writing process for Majestic, Jobe reached out to like-minded worship leaders who share her passion for writing songs for the Church and who have become personal friends through their common vision. The end result is an album full of co-writes from some of the most admired songwriters around the globe, including Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Brian Johnson, Jason Ingram, Paul Baloche, Reuben Morgan, Marty Sampson, Mia Fieldes, Jenn Johnson and Christa Black Gifford, in addition to several co-writes with her band. Many of the album's 13 tracks have as many as eight writers on one song, revealing Jobe's heartbeat for community.
After being established as a well-respected worship leader with her Dove Award-winning, self-titled debut, Kari Jobe released her follow-up album, Where I Find You, which earned Jobe her first GRAMMY nomination.