T J Stevens

TJ Stevens (then known as James Stevens) was a disturbed young man who opened fire inside his Virginia high school in 1982, injuring no one. After doing time in prison and being miraculously paroled, he embarked upon a remarkable journey that included playing the role of Jesus in a national-acclaimed Passion play in Washington D.C. and other major cities, and working in various music and video production roles on multiple projects in television and film. A songwriter and singer, he has performed on many military bases, at many music venues around the country, and even at the American Country Music Awards.

He is the owner of Global Network Solutions and the president of Christian Concert Promotions (Stevens Music Group.) He works with many well-known Christian artists, events, and tours. He has worked with artists like Big Daddy Weave, Chris August, Group 1 Crew, Dara McClean, Unspoken, Ryan Stevenson, Austin French, Mandisa, Danny Gokey, Newsong, Tenth Avenue North, Hawk Nelson, Dan Bremnes, Mathew West, and Jason Gray.

TJ lives in Winchester, Virginia with his wife. He has two children and five grandchildren.