Jennifer Lynn Knapp is an American-Australian folk rock, and formerly contemporary Christian musician. She is best known for her first single "Undo Me" from her debut album, Kansas, and the song "A Little More" from her Grammy Award-nominated album, Lay It Down. The Way I Am, was also nominated for a Grammy. In total, the three albums have sold approximately 1 million copies. After taking a seven-year hiatus, Knapp announced in September 2009 that she was returning to music. On May 11, 2010 she released Letting Go with the single "Dive In". The album debuted at No. 73 on the Billboard 200 chart. Knapp's memoir Facing the Music and new album Set Me Free came out in October 2014.
|Born:||April 12, 1974|
|Origin:||Chanute, Kansas, U.S.|
|Genres:||Folk rock, Christian rock|
|Years active:||1994–2003, 2009–present|
|Labels:||Gotee, EMI CMG, Graylin, ThirtyTigers/RED, Righteous Babe|
|Twitter:||Jennifer Knapp's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Jennifer Knapp's Facebook profile|
About Jennifer Knapp
Folk rock and Christian contemporary musician best known for her Grammy nominated albums Lay It Down and The Way I Am. She created Inside Out Faith to advocate for LGBTQ people of faith.
Jennifer Knapp Before Fame
She attended Pittsburg State University on a music scholarship for trumpet.
Achievement of Jennifer Knapp
Her debut album Kansas sold over half a million copies.
Jennifer Knapp Family Life
She and her twin sister Lori grew up in a house without religion. She lived with her father until moving out at the age of 18.
Associations of Jennifer Knapp
Information related to Jennifer Knapp
- LGBT people from Kansas
- Gotee Records artists
- Pittsburg State University alumni
- Converts to Protestantism from atheism or agnosticism
- 21st-century Protestants
- 20th-century Protestants
- Singers from Kansas
- Australian Protestants
- American folk rock musicians
- American emigrants to Australia
- American expatriates in Australia
- EMI Records artists
- LGBT songwriters