Jonathan McReynolds is a Dove Award-winning and Grammy and Stellar Award-nominated gospel singer-songwriter and guitarist based in Chicago, IL. At just 28, Jonathan's music has grown from dorm rooms to Christian music's biggest stages over the course of three full length albums and one EP, making fans of music icons from Stevie Wonder, Nicki Minaj, and Tori Kelly to gospel giants like CeCe Winans, Yolanda Adams, and Kirk Franklin, who dubbed him "the future of gospel music."Jonathan's latest, "Make Room," was recorded live in Chicago in May 2017 and follows Jonathan, his band, and an impressive roster of guest artists through a spirited, inspired, and elastic live set. "Make Room" spawned hit singles "Cycles" and "Not Lucky, I'm Loved," which became his first Billboard #1 Single upon its release in October 2017. The album debuted at #1 on Billboard's Gospel Albums chart, as well as #2 on Top Christian/Gospel Albums, and broke the mainstream at #27 on overall Top Albums and #97 on the Hot 200, and later that month a TV special of the concert that would become the album, "Jonathan McReynolds: Make Room," was broadcast nationally on TVOne.Jonathan currently holds his Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies from Moody Theological Seminary and is currently an adjunct member of the Columbia College faculty on top of his work as an official contributor to Huffington Post and the founder of Elihu Nation, a nonprofit organization that promotes wisdom and recently awarded $9k in scholarships. In addition to headlining monster shows as far as Oslo, London, and Port-of-Spain, Jonathan has toured with India Arie and Lalah Hathaway.