Come Alive Release Show

Funks Pub
5956 Executive Dr
Fitchburg, WI 53719
United States

Event Description:

Join Jourdan Hines for the official Madison release party of Jourdan Hines' new EP Come Alive. It will be a stellar evening of laid back tunes, good vibes, with great friends.

Come Alive is now available online on all popular streaming/download platforms ( but stop by this FREE show to get a limited edition CD designed and handmade by Jourdan himself. This may be your only chance to get a physical copy before they're gone and it won't be available for purchase online!

Jourdan Hines with special guest Mary Elizabeth Wallin (acoustic #feelgoodmusic singer-songwriter) - Born and raised on a mid-western dairy farm, Jourdan learned the importance of dedication and hard work. Applying this focus to his music, he combines positivity, philosophy, and passion to create a unique mix of originals inspired by life's lessons. Armed with an acoustic guitar and the two loves of his life by his side, Mary and their dog Jaya, this contemporary troubadour speaks from the heart and is ready to take the world on at large. Jourdan is excited to debut his first solo release Come Alive. Come Alive is part one of a three part trilogy about finding love, happiness, and believing in a dream. With a passion to create and make fairytales come to life, Jourdan shares his positive perspective through life stories with a dash of eclectic covers.

Tortoise and the Finch (catchy pop duo) - Anna and Jeremy are long time friends who first started playing music together in 2010. Jeremy is a guitarist and songwriter who has played in bands such as The Riffs Poser, Roughneck Grace, Catch Kid, and Giant Zero. Anna is a songwriter and pianist who has a penchant for all things pop. In 2017 they reunited to form the duo The Tortoise and the Finch. They were winners of Project M 2017!

Jacob Grace (bluegrass acoustic singer-songwriter) - Jacob Grace is a musician, writer, and graduate student based in Madison, Wisconsin. His songs touch on a variety of topics, ranging from an 1839 war between Iowa and Missouri to the similarities between dating and the game "Uno". He sees guitar solos as an opportunity to get his recommended 30 minutes of daily physical activity. While not playing music, he researches effective cattle grazing in the Midwest.