Kimberly Dunn

Sam's Burger Joint Presents:

Kimberly Dunn

Jeremy McComb

Thu, December 7, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10.00 - $45.00

This event is 18 and over

Seating NOT GUARANTEED. Any Seating Available is on a First Come, First Served Basis. NO REFUNDS all sales final. 

All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only. - $10 Advance/ $13 Day of Show/ $45 Reserved Booth


Kimberly Dunn
Kimberly Dunn
For convenience’s sake, we can go ahead and call Forever On the Run Kimberly Dunn’s official “debut.” We could split hairs and call it her full-length debut, acknowledging that the vibrant young artist already has a couple of EPs and countless performances under her belt and didn’t just spring up on the Texas music scene with these 15 polished songs from seemingly out of nowhere. But the fact of the matter is, Forever On the Run will still be a lot of people’s first introduction to Dunn, and when it comes to the best musical discoveries, nobody likes to be late to the party. So in the interest of letting everybody catch up at once, we’ll push the back story down just a bit and reset the clock on Kimberly Dunn’s already off-and-running music career to right this moment. Now press play, and watch her go.

“Sunrise over fields of clover
As far as my eyes can see
Oh I’ve been waiting, anticipating
That feeling to set me free …”

That first song on the album is called “So Good,” and it sounds just like that: a giddy rush of unbridled joy and wide-open possibility. Indeed, even when she admits that her “life’s work is owed to the jerk who dared to break my heart,” there’s not a lick of regret in her casual confession. Because whether she’s strumming her guitar “in a shot-slinging bar” on a Saturday night or singing heart-felt hallelujahs from the church pew on Sunday morning, this is clearly a woman feeling empowered and set free by her muse, her faith, and perhaps most crucially, her own belief in herself.
Jeremy McComb
Jeremy McComb
“Fiercely Indpendent” is now the only label Jeremy McComb puts on himself.

“It took a long time to figure out who I was. I wasted time as a younger artist comparing myself to people who didn’t inspire me.”

Inspiration is something this road-worn Story-teller is finding quite a lot of these past few years.

“The minute I just became Indifferent to things that made No Difference I was free. I found my voice, my happiness and this amazing path we’ve been on for the last 8/9 years.”

Jeremy’s Path is a unique one:

Sleeping behind his Dad’s Guitar amp as a child-

dropping out of school at 16 to play clubs-

Working in Radio as a music director-

Tour Managing the biggest Comedy tour in the world-

Writing songs for projects selling over 6 million copies and Movie sound tracks (one of which was nominated for a Grammy)

to finally making his own records and touring with reckless abandon-

“It’s been an insane ride to get to this point. To be honest Every step of this has shaped the connection I have with my audience. Without the comedy Tour or the radio experience I would’ve never been able to craft my approach and find my voice of connecting with my crowd. ”

And that “Crowd” is growing. With over 170 Tour stops in 2017 (220 Days on the road) He is a modern day troubadour who has built a rabid fan base through the years “a handful of people at a time.” – “Every Tour has just gotten bigger, every year more people, more tour dates and we’re making more friends.” He adds.

That growth caught fire with his 2016 Self released album “FM” (which he pronounces Eff’em)

The release has over 1.1 Million Streams and features some of his most inspired writing. “These are real listens, I don’t have a promo team or people running up our numbers, I wanted everything we do to be 100 % real and organic.”
Venue Information:
Sam's Burger Joint
330 East Grayson Street
San Antonio, TX, 78215