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The video of Jars of Clay’s performance at Music City Roots in Nashville last night has been archived on the program’s livestream page.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
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 😉 )

One-of-a-Kind Memorabilia on eBay

Dan Haseltine is currently auctioning one-of-a-kind items via eBay, including a couple of Polaroid photos used for album and single artwork during the Eleventh Hour era. Awards and tour laminates are also up for grabs. Shown below is a photo that was used for the Fly single:

Fly Polaroid

Check it all out on Dan’s eBay Seller Page.

The Making of If I Left the Zoo

It’s been a while, but we’re back with a new video on our Youtube Channel! Check out this compilation of “making of” videos that Jars of Clay posted to their website leading up to the release of If I Left the Zoo:

While you’re at it, why not join our weekly discussion of Jars of Clay’s albums over at the Jarchives Facebook Group?

Fewer than 25 Pre-Orders Needed to Bring TLFBTE Back to Vinyl!

Jars of Clay’s campaign to bring The Long Fall Back to Earth back to vinyl ends this Friday. Fewer than 25 pre-orders are needed for the band to reach their goal!

Pre-order your copy here.


Don’t forget to tell your friends and family about the campaign – if this project is successful, there’s a good chance we’ll see more classic Jars of Clay albums on vinyl in the future!