All Above Me will perform at 7 p.m. on March 6 at Heartland Community Church, 4907 10th St. in Great Bend. Admission is free. A love offering will be collected.
All Above Me is an award winning, internationally recognized, Christian hard rock band from Calgary, AB, Canada. The band has had major success on Canadian Christian radio; they have performed at some of the world’s largest Christian music festivals, and have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Christian music, such as Skillet, Switchfoot, For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North and Hawk Nelson.
The band was started in 2014 by guitarist, singer and song-writer, Guiller Contreras. Guiller had a vision to use his music as a tool, to be able to share the Gospel. Britt Harris (vocals) and Tim Wikkerink (drums) joined in the fall of 2015 to complete the band’s line up.
All Above Me began to gain recognition after releasing their first EP called “We Are Outcasts.” The release included their first radio single called “Anthem,” which received a nomination for the YYC “Rock Song of the Year” Music Award. The EP also includes the song “Can’t Stop Now,” which features five-time Juno Award nominee, Manafest.
All Above Me began gaining popularity by touring North America throughout 2016 and 2017. They performed in some of the world’s largest Christian music festivals, such as Creation Fest, Billy Graham Festival of Hope, No Greater Love Fest and Praise Fest.
In 2018, All Above Me released their first full-length album called “Return To The Battlefield.” The album includes their radio single “Sing To You” and it also features Kevin Young from the Christian metal band, Disciple.
“Return To The Battlefield” received great reviews from fans and other sources such as NewReleaseToday. The album helped launch the band forward, opening many touring opportunities, including two European tours, three U.S. tours and a tour in Mexico.
In December of 2019, All Above Me released their latest album called “Long Live The King.” The title track features Christian female rapper Heesun Lee. The album consists of some of All Above Me’s heaviest rock and metal songs, as well as their softest worship songs to date.
Since the beginning of All Above Me, band members have traveled and will continue to travel the world, performing their songs and spreading their message of hope and salvation in Jesus Christ.
For more information visit www.allabovememusic.com