Join youth from across the Fairmont region for a day of high energy music and life-changing training. Get down to the basics of what you believe, find power to live what you say, and learn how to share your faith with others.
Lunch is provided.
Please RSVP to MountainState@billygraham.org or call 681-404-6505 by February 24
Lacey Sturm has earned legions of fans worldwide not only through her astoundingly emotive voice and chart-topping songwriting, but also for the sheer sincerity of the uplifting messages pervading her work. Whether fronting multi-million-selling hard rockers Flyleaf or now as a solo artist (not to mention as an author and speaker), she remains uncommonly true to herself while inspiring others to strive for better ways to live and love. Four years after amicably parting ways with the Platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated Flyleaf, Lacey released her stunning solo debut, Life Screams, in early 2016. This self-produced collection of urgent, anthemic and lyrically-timely rock was preceded by the irresistibly optimistic single “Impossible,” which debuted exclusively on SiriusXM’s Octane and helped launch the album to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums chart, marking the first time a solo woman topped the illusive chart. “I was just listening to the radio one day and I said to myself, “If I hear one more song telling people to kill themselves and go to hell, I’m going to have to put a record out!’” exclaims Lacey.
Writing alone, with husband/guitarist Josh Sturm, Skillet’s Korey Cooper, and ex-Evanescence tunesmith David Hodges, Lacey created a record that is the sonic successor to Flyleaf’s celebrated self-titled debut (which spent a staggering 133 weeks on Billboard’s Topv200).