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Incomplete 2019

Faith Head rocking Incomplete 2019

Faith Head rocked the stage again for the 3rd weekend in a row at New Salem Baptist Church in Soddy TN for Incomplete a teen suicide prevention rally designed to educate and bring awareness to the growing epidemic their home state. If you missed PFunk’s YouTube message you can watch it right here.

It was a great pleasure for us to take the stage again with SoulGate 7 and the Deux Hommes crew from the rap & hip-hop collective Natural Habitz. It was a great culmination of Christian worship, rock, metal and rap in one diverse evening of music and message.

Our friend and brother in Christ, David Weathers, brought a powerful message about his struggles with depression from his troubled childhood and his failed suicide attempt. A true testimony of the life altering power in the Holy Spirit through a belief in Jesus Christ ..

Thank you all who came out and supported us and the Incomplete event this weekend. The event had a great turn out and things went pretty smoothly. Thank you Katie Beth for the pictures!

If you, your church or organization would like have an INCOMPLETE Event at your location, please contact them via Facebook or you can email them here. #teensuicide #suicideawares #suicideprevention

Nehemiah Fest 2019

Faith Head returned to the Spirit Stage at Nehemiah Fest 2019! It was great to see so many familiar faces and make some new friends as well. Here are some photos from the show.

This show we had a special guest for “Revolution” this past weekend. Bred 4 War’s Daniel Streety brought the brutal to the stage for an unforgettable performance. If you’ve not heard of them, go check out their music! They are legit warriors for Christ who played a killer set on the main stage earlier that day!

The Ignite Festival Part 2 – The Fans

There is a reason why we love the Ignite Festival in Meadville, PA: the fans. Most of the time the band plays in front of a hostile secular audience in our mission to share the Gospel through music but occasionally its nice to be play for our brothers and sisters in Christ who understand and appreciate what we’re doing.

Getting to play on stage is FUN and joyous as we get to lift up the name of Jesus Christ and the Gospel through our God given talents but that only last 30 – 45 minutes and sometimes an hour but getting to meet the fans off stage is a great time and makes doing ALL THIS worth it for us.

Two years in a row, the volunteers and the festival goers have embraced us and encouraged us to stay the course and in tribute to our fans THIS is for you!

If you have a photo of us from Ignite Festival of US with YOU, please email us and we’ll ADD IT to this post! We’d love to see it.

People ask us – WHO ARE YOUR FANS? Well .. simply .. everyone .. male and female .. young and old. We love them ALL!

No doubt we will sign anything you put in front of us. We don’t care what it is within reason (body parts excluded) if it will make you happy and remember us in your prayers we’ll put our signatures on anything.

Look .. we’re not rock stars. We’re people just like everyone else. We’re nobodies from nowhere who God gave some talent and opportunities to do what we do best.

Thank you Nathan Foreman for taking most of these photos and those of you who aren’t getting photo credit .. it’s PFunk’s fault.

PLEASE at any Faith Head show come by and talk to us! We want to meet YOU! God bless you ALL!

Ignite Festival 2019

Faith Head can’t express enough how great and what a pleasure it was to rock the stage at the Ignite Festival again in Meadville, PA!

There were so many familiar faces that were great to see again and so many new ones we were excited to meet. Hopefully we got some good video footage to share on our YouTube channel for you to watch later but for now enjoy these photos from the event.

Thank you Candi Benek with Candi Benek Photography and Holli Waddell with Freedom Expressions Photography for the photos.

If you have any photos that you took at the festival please send them to us. We would love to see them. We hope to see you all again in 2020! Let the Ignite Festival know you want to see us too!

Summer Tour 2019

As promised on our last post our story does have a happy ending. Even though we missed our Memphis, TN show at the High Tone we did manage to secure a Uhaul trailer and humped it all the way to San Angelo for Texas debut at the Dead Horse. We drove 14+ hours straight but we did make it!

Our Texas debut at The Dead Horse was simulcast on Dustin Tatro’s radio show KGNZ at Night across the state and streamed on social and YouTube. You can watch the show that evening on YouTube by clicking here. Thank you Melvin Settlemyre for the photos and filming the show. We appreciate everyone for making our Texas debut so great!

After crashing the night in Abilene, we took off to Norman, OK for our show at Calvary Chapel. It was a great night as we took the stage with Outside the Shadows. Special thanks to 107.1 KOUJ and Calvary Chapel of Norman for hosting, housing and feeding us. We met some of our local fans and some real disciples in Christ. It was also great meeting Captain Matt of God Rock on KKBS and our #superfan Kristi who drove over 4 hours to come see us in Norman, OK! We look forward to coming back soon to see you all again!

Thank you Preston Bell (guitarist / vocals) of Outside the Shadows for some great photos.

We closed our summer tour dates in Huntington, AR at The Good Fight. It was another great night of music and fellowship with the local youth. Thank you Travis Pettus for having us and feeding us. We will definitely be back to rock you again in 2020!

Thank you Jennifer Walter for all the great photos. Click here to visit her Facebook Page to see them all.

We made it home safe and we’re still finding and repairing damaged gear. But we have no doubt that it was a great trip and that the Lord was glorified!

Remember us in yours prayers as we hit the road again on our Fall tour dates to finish the Genesys tour.

Click here to see if we’re coming to town near you!

Report on the Road Crash

Hey Faith Heads .. first we want to thank all of you that were following us on social media on the start of the last dates of the summer leg of the Genesys tour. Without your immediate support we wouldn’t have had the encouragement nor the financial support to push forward. We would thank you all individually by name but there are so many of you we’re afraid we might forget someone accidentally, but trust us we know who you are and are eternally grateful for your support.

People asked if we are going to setup a GoFundMe for this but it would take too long to get the money as we hit the road again at the end of August. Instead we’re asking to send any donations for repairs to faithheadband@gmail.com via PayPal. We hate to ask after everyone has been so generous but we’re up against the clock and insurance will only cover so much. We’re not wealthy people and don’t have label support. Any amount would be a huge assistance.

We keep getting asked “what happened” that day. We were driving down I-65 in Alabama to pick up our guitarist, Brian Montgomery, and were about 10 miles from his home. We noticed that Yukon started wobbling funny. We pulled over, checked all the tires on the Yukon and the trailer. We didn’t see anything wrong so we started rolling again. As we got about a half mile down the road we realized there was an issue. As we started to slow down to pull over the driver’s side rear tire blew.

As we tried to ease the vehicle off on to the side of the road the trailer started to fish tail. We slid into the grass as PFunk tried to keep us from flipping. As we slid to a halt the trailer broke from the hitch and started to flip. The trailer should have landed on top of us considering the laws of physics and the position of the vehicle to the trailer. Only by the mercy and grace of God not only did it miss our vehicle it rolled right past us.

After we all checked our underwear, we got out and thanked the Lord Jesus Christ that none of us were injured. No other vehicles were involved. We were all in shock about what had just happened and not sure what to do in the moment. After a few minutes of catching our breath we called 9-1-1 and started making phone calls. The police showed up after 15 minutes (thank God we weren’t injured) and wrecker was called.

We managed to unload most of our gear out of the trailer with it still on its side. We had to cut most of the ratchet straps to get the road cases loose.  Friends and family came to assist us to get our stuff off the side of the road. We had to go the wrecker yard to get the lighting trusses we couldn’t get from the trailer on its side, our luggage and personal items out of the Yukon. Special thanks to the wrecker driver for meeting us after hours to get our stuff.

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While we were dealing with the wreck, Donny’s wife was driving his truck down from Chattanooga so we could either have a means to get home or continue. Once we got all the gear to Brian’s we started inspect all the guitars and equipment to make sure everything worked. We wouldn’t be able to test the lighting until we got it to our show in Oklahoma. After checking all the essentials we determined that we had everything we needed to continue forward. Running solely on adrenaline and the power of the Holy Spirit, the five of us piled into Donny’s truck.

If wasn’t for a local Uhaul representative we knew, the next part of the story would be much different. This person working from home, after hours, was able to get us a 6 x 12 trailer so we could load all our gear and get back on the road just before midnight. We drove for a few hours until we couldn’t go anymore and got a hotel.

#GoUhaul #UhaulFamous

Unfortunately, we did miss our show at the Hi Tone in Memphis, TN with Wither & Bloom. We will get a make-up date on the calendar as soon as possible.

We will finish the rest of the story in our next post. Needless to say, without our fans and several of our fellow bands and artists we wouldn’t have been able to accomplish the next part of this story. God bless you all!

Faith Head & SoulShine rock Cafe Agape!

Middle Tennessee got very loud Saturday night with Chattanooga’s own SoulShine & Faith Head at Cafe Agape in Tullahoma! It was great to share the stage again with our brothers in SoulShine as they kicked off the night with a killer set. We appreciate all who came out and supported us! Here are some photos of what you missed!

Thanks to Brent & Stephanie for the photos!