John Mark McMillan’s “Tongue’s of Fire” Tour rolled through Atlanta’s Vinyl. Read up about the night!
We recently caught up with John Mark McMillan in Chattanooga, TN to discuss what’s on the horizon for the indie artist.
“If I wanted to sing about speaking in tongues, relationships, The Walking Dead, or Jesus… Then done. If I wanted 2 drummers, a dulcimer, and a string section… Done.” -JMM
“Running on the edge, reaching the center, exiled and included, with his Borderland, John Mark McMillan, it seems, has arrived.” -TBI
“Packed with intensity, emotion and a heart laid bare, it seemed that McMillan could hold his peace no longer in these tracks that burst forth from a ready pen and a fiery soul.” -HE
John Mark talks about touring with David Crowder, his new album Economy, how he deals with criticism, and the importance of personal relationships.
McMillan gives us a powerful acoustic version of “Murdered Son” off his latest record, Economy.
Holly believes this is an important record and McMillan’s best! Find out why…
John Mark plays an exclusive acoustic version for The Blue Indian of his new single off the upcoming release ECONOMY.
Here are a few videos from John Mark McMillan’s set at The 567 in Macon, GA!
Come support a prolific songwriter as he makes his debut in Macon, GA this Saturday, March 12th!
“I believe it is one of the most important recordings I have had the privilege to hear in my lifetime thus far. It is the stuff of revolution, revelation.” -HE