Since the release of their debut album, "What Will They See", many doors have opened for this Shelbyville, Kentucky based Christian Music ministry. The high energy of their music and thought provoking lyrics have captured the ear of several in the local...
Since the release of their debut album, "What Will They See", many doors have opened for this Shelbyville, Kentucky based Christian Music ministry. The high energy of their music and thought provoking lyrics have captured the ear of several in the local and tri-state area. They have had the opportunity to give of themselves to festivals, benefits and concerts to a broad range of audiences. The group says that the comment they hear most from their listeners is with regard to the lyrics penned by lead singer Jeff LaFollette.
In 2008 they were tapped to play at the Ichthus Festival in Wilmore, KY. This experience was one they would never forget. Having the opportunity to share the stage with highly respected local, regional and national up and coming bands lifted their spirits to a new level. "We learned a great deal from this opportunity", says the band. "We found out that we were not as prepared as we needed to be at the marketing level in order to compete for the attention of the festival goers." However, they say, the treatment and hospitality they received from the festival organizers was top notch.
The group receives local air-play from 93.3 WXLN radio, a satellite station of WAY FM through Nashville and is looking to broaden their listener base through other local Christian radio stations in their area. You can catch them on streaming radio through The Spirit Radio and find their music on iTunes, Rhapsody, Napster and eMusic.
Our goal for this music ministry is to lift up the name of our Lord Jesus Christ in song and music and make him known by serving Him excellently in all we do, not just in our music, but also in our actions. His word tells us to "Be excellent at what is good and innocent of evil."-Romans 16:19- We believe that faith and integrity should be what sets Christians apart from the "world". We should be the standard bearers, the ones that raise the bar high. It is this type of ministry with which we wish to partner and promote.