The Band

 

Originally hailing from rainy Seattle, Mike Romero moved to Texas in 1998 to manage Robbie Seay and practice live sound engineering for his friends Robbie Seay and David Crowder Band throughout their “Can You Hear Us?” Tour. What a ride. 

Soon after, he made the bold transition to full-time student ministry, spending nine years developing not only a love for developing students—but also a passion songwriting and leading others in worship. During his time as a student pastor, Mike created a set of songs that grew out of God’s work and his varied experiences in ministry. 

The songs were big. They were emotional, life-changing testimonies to the Lord’s faithfulness—and Mike knew that they needed to make it to the world. He called on former students—and talented musicians—to support his vision, and reconnected with his friends of the former David Crowder Band (The Digital Age) and recorded his first two albums at their studio Asterisk Sound in Waco, Texas. Mike’s third album, recorded in Nashville with producer Brent Milligan, helps to concrete his vision of creating gut-level honest music that resonates with those inside and outside the walls of the church and ultimately point all to the Throne of Christ.

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Music that deals with real life—our struggles and pains, joys and celebrations—can’t always just be labeled ‘worship music.’ It’s just real music that communicates real life. We know that the Lord is present in those moments and we want to see Christ lifted up through our community with each other.
— Mike Romero
We want to run in our own lane of the Kingdom to impact the Lord’s creation through music, living in community and sharing our journey with His people.
— Tim Williams
Our value lies in our ability to honestly connect with people and the fact that we truly care. We value the relationships that are formed and we want to show you how the Lord has been working in and amongst the lives of the five of us.
— Branden Montgomery
Music is a language that can speak to people in very deep ways. We want our language of music and creativity to point people towards, and bring glory to Christ Jesus through worship. 
— Landon Hook