We are excited to host Kyshona Armstrong as guest music artist in our Sunday morning services on May 2! Kyshona and Jim will co-preach, sharing the message in word and song.
Kyshona Armstrong is a musical therapist and solo artist who gives her voice to those often silenced and forgotten. She is also a familiar voice during Fall for Greenville. Kyshona began her career as a music therapist, writing her first songs with her patients—the students and inmates under her care. She soon found the need to write independently and find her own voice, an endeavor which led her to the fertile ground of the Nashville creative community and songwriting culture. Since then, she has learned how to balance her music career with her passion to heal the hurting. Audiences will find a common thread of empowerment, overcoming adversity, and finding hope in her work.
In February, Kyshona released Listen, co-produced with Andrija Tokic (St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Alabama Shakes, Hurray For The Riff Raff) and recorded mostly at his famed Nashville studio The Bomb Shelter. Kyshona blends roots, rock, R&B, and folk with lyrical prowess to uplift the marginalized and bring awareness to the masses. It’s for every silent scream, every heavy load, every fearful thought, and the simmering sense of anger that the silenced, the lost, and the forgotten try to hide from the world. Concertgoers often ask, “What can I do?” Her response? “Listen.”