Jars of Clay: Please play a StageIt concert in September to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Much Afraid!

*Either that, or they could release Blame. That’d be cool, too.

Much Afraid is one of the greatest albums of all time. Of all time!

In 2014 Jars of Clay celebrated their 20th year as a band with much fanfare; we think Much Afraid deserves a little love, too. This informal petition asks the band to perform an online concert sometime in September to commemorate this monumental anniversary.

It’s been over two years since the band’s last StageIt. If you’d like to see another web concert from Jars of Clay, add a comment to this post!

If we hear from the band, we’ll send you an e-mail letting you know about their response. We promise not to use your e-mail for anything else. (You will not be added to a list!)

While you wait, check out this old promo video for Much Afraid:

Introducing Hollow Hum!

HHCharlie’s new project debuts today with the release of its first single! Learn more about the project and where to buy “Something on Fire (feat. REMMI)” in our latest feature, Introducing Hollow Hum.

You can purchase Hollow Hum’s first single, “Something on Fire (feat. REMMI)” on iTunes and other digital outlets.

New Feature: Frail Retrospective

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As we continue to pursue Jarchives’ vision of becoming a true archive for Jars of Clay content, we will periodically publish a special feature highlighting a unique aspect of the band and its history. Today we are pleased to announce the release of our Frail Retrospective, a series of articles dedicated to Jars of Clay’s college demo. Click here to begin.

Stream the Music City Roots Concert Anytime!

The video of Jars of Clay’s performance at Music City Roots in Nashville last night has been archived on the program’s livestream page. Click here to launch the page and watch it anytime! Jars of Clay’s set begins at 2:18:48.


Jars of Clay to Perform on Music City Roots Tonight

Tonight, August 24th, Jars of Clay will be performing on Music City Roots, a two-hour live concert and radio show produced in Nashville. The concert will be streamed live from Music City Roots’ website at 7pm CDT.


Jars of Clay will be joined by Willy Tea Taylor, Geoff Achison, and Violet Delancey on the program. Click here for the event page, which includes the web stream link.

Having trouble with the stream? Click here to go directly to Music City Roots’ page on livestream.com
Killing time before the show? Check out what Music City Roots has to say about Jars on their blog. (They’re complimentary to Jars, so we’ll forgive them for mixing up Granville with Greenville 😉 )