After driving almost every US highway, and playing over 2,000 shows worldwide, Kiernan has unusual stories to tell. Over the past 11 years, he has shared the stage with Ed Sheeran, Mat Kearney, Dave Mason, John Butler Trio, and many more. Kiernan was born in Hong Kong, to an Irish father and Australian mother. “We moved around a lot,” said Kiernan. “My parents met on a plane, which set the precedent that travel would fuel each chapter of my life.” Kiernan wrote and recorded his 2013 EP Company faster than anything he ever completed. In one day, he collaborated with friend and label co-founder, Logan Buerlein, to record in East Nashville. He immediately moved to finish his next full-length album. Common Sense started in Ireland during the sessions for Two Years, but it took traveling to solidify the record's direction. “We started working on this album three years before its release,” said Kiernan. This was the fourth record he and his long-time friend and producer, Owen Lewis, would finish together. Released in 2014, the record put Kiernan back on the road until 2016. His next full-length album is currently in production. He's growing up, and it’s showing in the new material. This next record will be full of stories that map the transitions we go through as we grow. They show a sincere wisdom, fortified by ten years of relentless touring and recording. Kiernan's new music is proof - he's developed, and his music has also. This event is free. All ages welcome.