Front man Joel Parisien and drummer Mark Rogers are joined by veteran Canadian bassmaster John Irvine, Motown alumnus Leroy Emmanuel (Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson) and the world-famous Chops Horns (Alicia Keys, the Police), mining over a century of combined experience for their signature sound: inspirational lyrics, an eclectic blend of 60s soul, funk, roots and Gospel, and a live show that can’t be missed.


Growing up in a small town that’s not exactly known for its music scene, Possum Kingdom, South Carolina, NeedtoBreathe (containing Bo Rinehart, Bear Rinehart, and Seth Bolt) always felt like outsiders. This quality has ultimately worked in their favor because it has forced them to step up their game with the music they create.
With their latest album Rivers in the Wasteland (April 11, 2014), which features the song Multiplied, the band continues to inspire listeners with their non-conformist, no-holds-barred approach to their music.

One Sonic Society

One Sonic Society is comprised of producer-songwriters Jason Ingram, Stu G, and Paul Mabury. They have written some of the biggest worship songs in the church today and have individually produced some of the biggest artists in CCM and worship music.  Their latest project, Live At The Tracking Room, gathers worship leaders from across the country along with an array of stellar musicians to record a live worship experience featuring some of the most popular and fast-rising songs of the church including “Forever Reign”, “The Greatness Of Our God”, “Always”, “God You Are My God”.  The album includes brand new songs “Higher Than All” and “Light Shine In”, plus three other songs recorded for the first time by OSS.  This is OSS at their best, leading live worship with a community of musicians, worship leaders, and friends.

Phil Wickham

Phil Wickham’s music has been called every flowery adjective in the thesaurus and some that may have even been made up. And while they are often accurate descriptors they are at the same time distracting. When hearing these buzz words it’s too easy to lump an artist into a meaningless equation consisting of two musical references, a vague genre title and a classic predecessor. Welcome to missing the point.
The point is that Wickham is at his core a humble and sincere artist who writes songs and worships God using the medium of music. It is with that brush that he paints images of a loving and creative God across the canvases of listeners’ hearts and minds. Although the evidence of this gift was apparent on Wickham’s previous release as well as his self released independent record, it has never been clearer and more developed than on the twelve tracks off his sophomore Simple Records album Cannons.

Patrick Ryan Clark

Husband, father and lover of Jesus. I write songs for the Church. Worship Pastor at Providence Road Communities Church. Artist on Word Records.

Ryan Stevenson

The music of Ryan Stevenson blends influences from soul, pop, and some of the great guitarists to create engaging acoustic guitar driven melodies. Embracing the idea that some of the most profound moments of worship emerge not from mountaintop experiences but from difficult, perhaps even catastrophic circumstance gives Ryan’s lyrics a poetic vulnerability reflecting honestly on the difficulties everyone faces.

Robbie Seay Band

Robbie Seay is from Houston,TX.
He is hoping to appear that someone else is writing this bio so please excuse his insistence on writing in third person. RSB has been a band for over a decade, spending most of those years with EMI Music. 2012 marked the release of their independent project “Rich & Poor”.
Robbie loves his family. He loves Tex-Mex. He loves God. And he writes about all of these on the new album (okay, maybe no Tex-Mex songs..but the rest is true).

Rhett Walker Band

Success is often directly proportionate to the amount of work someone’s willing to put in. Hard work has been synonymous with the Rhett Walker Band since they released their debut in 2012. The last few years have proven all four members have a relentless work ethic, rarely witnessed in new bands. Road warriors, the group spends every spare minute off-stage developing their craft, evidenced in their second full-length project, Here’s to the Ones (Essential/Sony).

Relient K

Um. Just the freshest band in the world.

Rebecca St. James

Australian born Rebecca St. James is both a Grammy Award winner and multiple Dove Award recipient, who can count her lead acting role in the November ‘09 film release Sarah’s Choice, among her most recent career highlights. With international success that has driven her record sales into the multi-millions globally, she has been tireless on the concert/ live performance front since breaking as a major artist in the Christian music industry while still in her teens.

Rebecca was in 2008 for the 7th consecutive year named “Favorite Female Artist” in Contemporary Christian Music by readers of CCM Magazine. She has received RIAA certified gold album awards—for her groundbreaking album God and her Grammy Award winning project Pray, certified gold in 2006. A gifted songwriter, St. James’ signature blend of modern pop/rock sensibilities and lyrics of unwavering devotion have blazed the way to seventeen Top 10 singles–nine of which have reached the #1 spot on the charts to date.

A passionate spokesperson for the child relief work of Compassion International, more than 30,000 of the world’s neediest children have found sponsorship through her worldwide concerts.