Switch Debuts The Video For Their Hit “Count Me In” Today

The video for “Let Me In” by The Blast Blender band Switch debuts later today.  Check it out here:

 

Kingdom Come Festival 2020 Is On! New Dates: July 10th And 11th

Kingdom Come Festival IS going to happen in 2020.  Due to Indiana’s current Covid-19 restrictions, the festival cannot happen on the originally scheduled dates in June.   A new set of dates has been worked out with the venue and the bands, and it is Friday and Saturday, July 10 and 11.  The Blast Blender plays several of the bands involved, including Disciple, Spoken, Random Hero, Seventh Day Slumber, Danger Scene,  and Forsaken Hero.

This free festival is located at the Howard County Vietnam Veterans Organization’s “Healing Fields”
8.5 miles east of Kokomo, Indiana on State Road 26.

Online Concert From Remedy Drive’s David Zach Tonight

There is an online concert tonight from Remedy Drive’s David Zach.   Details from the band:

8pm CST tonight I’ll be on my piano at our house.  Tune in and send some requests my way.  Chrystal Sea, Hope, Daylight and Throne have been the most requested songs in these uncertain times.

You can log in now to FB and get a reminder at this link:

https://www.facebook.com/remedydrive/videos/260466928455758/

Working on new songs during this time in exile.  Excited to share new music this year!

Random Hero Releases Video For Their Song “Outgrown”

Random Hero releases the music video for their song “Outgrown”, which spent half a year on The Blast Blender current hits chart in 2019-2020:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95ZEy_EMyhc

 

 

 

KJ52 Free Online Concert Friday Night

KJ52 says…

YOOOOOOOOO.

Just wanted to let you know that I will be doing a free online concert this Friday April 17th @ 7pm (EST) with my good friends @ crossover church (www.crossoverchurch.org) on the crossover FB page  click here to RSVP or here on youtube click here to watch

You can also search Crossover813 on FB or Youtube to bring it up.

Remedy Drive’s David Zach Talks About The Fight Against Human Trafficking At The U.S. Capitol

What was Remedy Drive’s David Zach doing at the U.S Capitol this week?  He was speaking to over 200 members of Congress about human trafficking and the band’s fight against it, in partnership with Safe House Project.

“We were honored to have David join Safe House Project at the Capitol and visiting offices of more than 200 members of Congress as we activated cultural leaders, corporations and communities to unite against child sex trafficking in America,”  said Safe House Project CEO Kristi Wells. “David is the embodiment of ‘freedom requires action,’ and we value his deep understanding of this issue that has been learned in the trenches in the fight for freedom. In his undercover work he has seen the horrors of trafficking and uses his art to impact culture and affect change. We have already seen national impact from this event. David was part of a spark that has ignited a wildfire to once again burn the flame for freedom in our country.”

The Ruins “Deliverance” Video

Blender band The Ruins…which we played before they were signed…recently inked a record deal with Dream Records.   We added their song Deliverance “right out of the box”.   Here is the music video for this song:

Rapture Ruckus Enjoys Christmas Concert At Home

There’s no place like home.  Especially at Christmas.  Rapture Ruckus was privileged to do a hometown show in Cambridge, New Zealand and they got to spend the holidays on the north island of their home country.  This is especially sweet for a band that spends much of its time touring the United States, which is the biggest market in the world for Christian music.

Remedy Drive And Exodus Road Work To End Sex Slavery

Remedy Drive’s David Zach writes:

Last night I met a 14 year old girl (or so) inside of a brothel in Southeast Asia. She wore on her wrist a Hello Kitty bracelet. Her mannerisms were reminiscent of a child. She was playful and put the bracelet on my wrist and smiled. Her hands were so small, barely reaching from the bottom of my palm to the bottom of my fingers. She didn’t speak English so I did my best with the few phrases I knew in her language to get her story. I also talked to the woman in charge of her. This little girl watched as the cost of taking her for an hour or an evening was discussed. For her, at this point in her life, there is nothing out of the ordinary about two people twice her age discussing her price as if she were a mere product.

Why is this girl here in this place a child has no business being near? She is one of thousands systematically being relocated from the poor country side into the city. There are evil men rounding up these girls from the poor villages either through fraud, force or coercion.

Why am I here in this place where good men can’t ethically justify stepping into? I’m here to find her and capture evidence of her captivity using covert gear and to add that evidence into a case file on the club that is selling her. We want to find the mechanism, the supply chain, the patterns of recruitment and delivery. And as I head back home to go back on tour with the band, The Exodus Road continues to use this evidence that we are collecting to begin to paint a more complicated picture of the crime syndicate that brought this precious baby into that brothel that I sat in last night. And then, if we are successful, we will partner with local authorities and arrest those trafficking her and bring her to freedom.

I will write more about this girl and others. And why, as hard as it was, I had to leave her there. Looking back at her from the doorway with a sorrow so profound I can’t even begin to put it into words. But for now – if you want to hear more about what we’re doing or get involved you can text the word remedy to 51555