Hope in Rhode Island: Providence Artist Jon Hope Announces Hybrid Album / Documentary and Tour Dates

Kicking off 2020 with a bang, Providence’s Jon Hope is announcing his new album “Hope All Is Well”. Slated for release in 2020, he plans to show his growth since 2017’s “Savage Beauty” between the album and a making-of documentary shot by HAUSPVD.

This is his newest creative pursuit in a laundry list of accomplishments and expressive artistry since beginning his career.

“My art is driven by the sole purpose of improving peoples lives”

A businessman, artist, educator and visionary, Hope (known in the professional world as Harry Grigsby) is a Providence native who pours his heart and soul into his work, citing his daughter Hope as his biggest inspiration and motivation since her birth a year ago citing how “she’s been able to enhance and clarify [his] life.”

Having released 5 full musical projects, working with artists such as Static Selektah and Nas, and performing at festivals such as A3C and SXSW, one would think his time would be filled to the brim. This however is only one side to the mind that is Jon Hope. Having wrote a book, conceptualized and produced over 30 visual projects, guest speaking at Harvard and other institutions with a constant emphasis on community advocacy, Hope is everything his state’s motto stands for.

Jon will also be showcasing his newest work on the All Is Well Tour thanks to his multimedia business Zayn Butler so one can catch the vibe in person. The dates are listed below. Jon loves to interact with fans and friends so be sure to add him @JonHopePVD on all social media and check his most recent music video “Champain“ here

Tour Dates:
1/19/20 – SOB’s, New York, NY 

1/29/20 – Bourbon and Branch, Philadelphia, PA 

2/09/20 – Bleachers Bar, Bristol, CT 

2/28/20  Black Cotton Club, Boston, MA 

4/26/20  Shaskeen Pub, Manchester, NH

4/27/20 – Flask Lounge, Portland, ME

4/28/20 – Monkey House, Winooski, VT

 * Additional Dates tba


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