FaithHead debuts in His Favor Magazine! Page 56 you can read this interview on the band. Thank you Shenee’ Edwards and staff for choosing to interview us and share our music to their subscribers and tell our story.
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Faith Head played their first Alabama show at Munky’s in Hartselle, AL on March 24, 2018 with Never Mind the Damage and 53 Judges. We had an awesome time sharing a stage with these awesome bands. Here are a few shots from the evening.
Faith Head rocked Nashville for the first time on St. Patrick’s Day with fellow bands Never Mind the Damage and Daze of Broken Fate at Bellshire Pizza. It was a great night of music and food! Don’t worry if you missed us in Nashville, we’ll be coming back soon! Here are some pictures from the show.
On the road to Nashville ..
Everyone again ..
Who was in charge of the drummer? Now he’s the lead singer in another band!
Faith Head .. post show
Never Mind the Damage
The whole crew ..
Load in ..
Daze of Broken Fate
Being paid in pizza isn’t not a bad thing.
Stop by Bellshire Pizza if you’re in the area and tell them Faith Head sent you!
Faith Head enjoyed hitting the stage to help raise money for the Gonzalez family to bury their two-year old child. Faith Head shared the stage with Jon Kinsey, SoulShine, Rushing Wind, Virginia Ave and Cheering Tokyo! Thank you to all who came out to support us and the event. Below are some images from the show.
Happy New Year Faith Heads! We hope you are all having a great start to the year.
As with all things “new” comes inevitably “change”. Faith Head super-fan, supporter and singer, Jimmie Webb, will be commanding the role of singer in the band. After a few auditions with different people we knew we already had the man for the job. After filling in on December 2nd at Ziggy’s with only two rehearsals, Jimmie brought a high level of energy, presence and aptitude that our fans deserved. We are looking forward to starting the new year with him on stage with us!
After much prayer and consideration, Jason Beavers has left the band. It wasn’t an easy decision he made but Jason is leaving us with much love and appreciation for all his contributions to Faith Head. Jason, as well as all the entire Beavers clan, are still very much part of our family.
Keep the faith Faith Heads as we celebrate this new year with even more energy, ministry, and fan involvement than ever before. Pray for us as we start work on album #2. We thank you for your continued support. We are just as honored to have fans like you while venturing this year with such great ambition.
God bless you all and we hope to see you from the stage soon!
What awesome good time we had rocking out the Spin Awards at the 3D Complex in Atlanta, GA on October 28th. Thank you Minstrel Appointed for having us and allowing us to represent the Kingdom in our style.
To watch our performance click here to watch it on YouTube.
Special thanks to Latrice Kizzie for the interview on the red carpet and Christina Lockett for having us on A Message of Hope shortly thereafter. You can listen to the interview by click here and you can listen to it on their website. November 14th Episode.
We’re late posting these images but there are so many gigs of them its hard to pick the best ones.
Thanks to all of you who supported Faith Head on the 2017 Extreme Tour in the Southeast. We’ve made so many friends we can’t hardly wait to see again! Special thanks to Samuel Kinslow, Cameron Robertson, Matt and Robin Davis from the Extreme Tour who made the tour happen in the Southeast. Plus much love and appreciation to our fellow Extreme Tour artists The Surrendering, Arms of Mercy, Ron Jon, BWise and Natural Habitz. We miss you all everyday and hope to share a stage again with you soon!