Line-up subject to change
“I look forward to teaching and performing at Camp Electric because I get to pour into the next generation of musicians, singers, worship leaders, and artists. There’s something so exciting about seeing the students grow so much in just a week together. It reminds me that the futures bright because all these amazing students.”
Tauren Wells is the former frontman for the band Royal Tailor. The group formed in college, but eventually, life pointed in other directions. The guys began to marry and start families. In 2015, the group parted ways to pursue individual interests.
Tauren debuted his solo music in 2017 with "Love Is Action" and "Undefeated" featuring KB. Those songs were followed by "Hills and Valleys and "When We Pray."
He has a deep desire to draw people closer to their identity in the Lord and it's apparent in his music. Including with the just-released, "God's Not Done With You."
Justin Flom has a magical life. From touring with Country Superstars Florida Georgia Line and creating magic for other stars and companies including Coca-Cola, Hobby Lobby, Lady Antebellum, Super Bowl Coach Pete Carroll and the entire Seattle Seahawks team, John Legend, Nick Jonas, and Chrissy Teigen, Flom finds himself in front of as diverse an audience as any entertainer. His tours take him to buildings like Madison Square Garden to mega-churches across the US.
Whether appearing on Ellen, The Today Show, network late night shows, on his own SyFy show, Wizard Wars, Flom brings magic thru the lens into your home. In addition to national television shows Flom also starred and produced commercials for Coca-Cola, American Airlines, CMT and Kellogg's all with original magic. He moved from the screen to the page authoring two books on magic for children, one titled “Everyday Magic” and another book on his life called "Adventures of A Kid Magician."
The band's success emerged through a pure emotional connection with their audience, the power of their live performances, and most importantly, the passionate, honest dedication of band members Michael Barnes, Anthony Armstrong, and Randy Armstrong. Michael offers, "There is a certain ache in the melody and passion of our music. I feel it can reach emotionally into the soul of the listener and open up places in their heart they didn't know existed. We wear our emotions on our sleeves, and are OK with who we are and telling others about the struggles we are facing." Anthony adds, "We deliver our music and message aggressively using themes of theatricality and delving into the darkest parts of our lives in order to bring out the good. We are relentless and will stop at nothing to deliver great music that will inspire and bring the best we've got in our performances.
For pop worship band I AM THEY, believing in God’s faithfulness is an active exercise in trust. After years of member transition and internal uncertainty with how or even why to move forward, they are leaning on Hebrews 10:23 – “Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for He who is promised is faithful.” The band – made up of Matt Hein (vocals, guitar), Abbie Parker, (vocals), Brandon Chase (vocals, guitar), Justin Shinn (keys) and Nicole Hickman (drums) – poured the challenges of the past, hope for the future and a newfound joy for the present into their third album, Faithful God. More than a collection of new songs, Faithful God is a look back and a look forward, a declaration of promises kept and promises yet to come .The album’s first single, aptly titled “Faithful God,” speaks to those familiar times of confusion, times when you aren’t sure what next step to take, but just as quickly confirms that beyond all hope, God hasn’t let go. The story isn’t over.
From Bristol, VA, Aaron Cole was selected as a part of the Rapzilla's 2016 Freshman Class. Cole knew early on that music was his passion and calling. One day his father decided to write him a rap called “Jesus is the Rock”, which became the title of his first CD, released in July of 2003. Earning him the title “The World’s 1st 4 year old Gospel Rapper. The release of Jesus is the Rock opened up numerous opportunities for Aaron. Aaron's father, Kelly Cole was a "gospel rapper" himself which sort of accelerated Aaron's draw to music.
Most are unaware, but Cole has put out a total of six indpendent projects since those preschool days. However, Cole is known for his EP release from 2016 titled If I Can Be Honest as sort of his introduction to Christian hip-hop (CHH). His dad serves as his current manager to date.
Terrian was born and raised in Memphis, TN where she has rooted herself in community and mentorship being part of AngelStreet Memphis. AngelStreet mentors girls through musical training in areas with limited artistic opportunities while empowering the girls to understand their value, discovering their purpose and becoming creative leaders. In addition to her debut song, Terrian is featured on TobyMac's "Scars (Stereovision Remix)" that released last week and on the praised The Beatitudes Project from Stu G. "She’s a soulful worshipper with a smile that lights up the room and a voice that is huge," shares TobyMac about Terrian. "I am proud and honored to work with her on her art and watch her move forward in her career as an artist."