Remedy Drive, a modern rock four-piece band of brothers from Lincoln, NE will perform on Sunday, March 30 at 7 PM at Summit Church in Alta.
Advance tickets are $10 or $12 when doors open at 6:30 PM.
The band "Open Road" from Mason City, will open the concert.
Remedy Drive, a Word Records group, "combine an edgy, guitar-driven sound with incandescent melodies and brilliant vocal harmonies in a style evoking the best of the past and the brightness of the future - proclaiming truth at high volume."
The group began in 2001 with brothers Daniel (drums), David (guitar, piano, vocals), Phillip (bass, vocals), and Paul Zach (electric and acoustic guitar, vocals). Their tours have built a devoted grass-roots following while playing over 150 shows each year with energy and passion. They will appear in Alta as part of their spring tour of western, southeastern and midwestern states.
"Music is a powerful tool for evangelism and generating excitement about eternity and eternal things," says Remedy Drive. "Lives are changed and commitments are made for Christ at our concerts and worship times. We also always share from God's Word, and every song we sing is inspired by His Word, because we know it is the only thing powerful enough to change lives."
"Open Road" plays Indie-Acoustic-Folk-Rock-Christian music, with Jesse Wunderlich (guitar, vocals); Betsy Storlie (bass, vocals), Brett Schoneman (drums).
Tickets are available at Summit Evangelical Free Church, 1000 South Main Street, Alta 51002. or call 712-200-2200 or email email@example.com.