Julianna Zobrist

Julianna Joy Zobrist (born October 5, 1984) is an American Christian musician who performs a Christian pop style of electronic move music. She has discharged two extended plays, The Tree (2009) and Say It Now (2012), with her first studio album, Shatterproof (2016). The collection’s two singles, “The Dawn” and “Alive”, have graphed on the Billboard magazine charts.

Early life

Zobrist was conceived in Orlando, Florida, on October 5, 1984, as Julianna Joy Gilmore, the little girl of Pastor Jeff and Cheryl Gilmore (née Kauk). She is the fourth offspring of six. Her senior kin are Liz, Rosie, and Jeffrey Paul, and her two more youthful kin are Caroline and Jonathan. Zobrist was brought up in Florida for a long time before her dad took a position in Iowa City, Iowa at Parkview Church, while she went to Heritage Christian School.

Julianna Zobrist
Julianna Zobrist

While in secondary school at Iowa City High School, Zobrist ended up captivated with style. She moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for her university examines at Belmont University, where she would take on the fall of 2003, graduating in May 2007 with her baccalaureate in business voice.

Music career

Wrigley Field as Zobrist sings “God Bless America” before the fourth round of the 2016 World Series

Her music recording profession started in 2008 with the chronicle of the extended play The Tree, discharged on January 8, 2009. She released Say It Now, another all-inclusive play, on April 17, 2012. The first studio album, Shatterproof, is planned for a May 6, 2016 discharge date. Her two singles from the collection, “The Dawn” and “Alive”, both outlined on the Billboard magazine charts. Her single “The Dawn”, topped at No. 30 on the Christian AC Indicator chart.

Julianna Zobrist
Julianna Zobrist

The second single, “Alive”, crested at No. 48 on the Christian Digital Songs chart. She was named in the best 10 autonomous craftsman that ought to get marked by a noteworthy Christian music record name by 365 Days of Inspiring Media. She got the opportunity to sing the national hymn for the Kansas City Royals, a group for which her significant other played, and in 2016, with her better half playing for the Chicago Cubs, she sang “God Bless America” before diversion 4 at Wrigley Field of the 2016 World Series.

Individual life

Zobrist and her significant other celebrating after he won the 2016World Series MVP

Zobrist married Major League Baseball player Ben Zobrist in 2005. They have three kids together: a child and two daughters.

On May thirteenth, 2019, court records demonstrated that she was petitioning for divorce.


Studio collections

Shatterproof (July 1, 2016)


The Tree (January 8, 2009)

Let’s assume It Now (April 17, 2012)