The Sunriver Owners Association presents a concert featuring singer/songwriter Jobe Fortier in SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater.

As a child, Jobe Fortner grew up singing hymns in church alongside his family in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Dahlongea, Georgia. He also recalls listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd blasting in the car while his stepdad drove him to school.

After moving to Monroe, Georgia, Fortner traded playing football for learning music in high school after picking up a guitar and taking lessons from his English teacher. Although his original dream was to play football, Fortner ultimately realized his true calling was music.

Fortner’s roots run deep with soul and Southern rock, and he blends these early influences into his music and songwriting. Touring the country since 2015, Fortner has performed with some of today’s top music talents, including Luke Combs, Riley Green, Dwight Yoakam, Cody Johnson, Whiskey Myers, Billy Currington, The Cadillac Three and more.

An up-and-coming artist in his own right, Fortner’s latest release, “What I Believe,” screams his passion for his gospel, mountain living and Southern rock upbringing. Fortner moved to Nashville in 2016, and the rest is history.


Date of Event
Start Time
05:30 pm
End Time
10:00 pm
John Gray Amphitheater at SHARC
Cost, if any.
$45/general admission