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Leo G Biography
Leo G is an amazingly gifted worship leader and songwriter who looks to Jesus Christ for his inspiration. In early 2007 he released his second powerful worship album, Autonomy Fades Away, and the Lord continues to work through him daily, producing more and more songs that glorify God and bring honor to Him.
After earning a bachelor's degree in computer science from Devry University in 2003, Leo briefly pursued a career in the field of Information Technology before heeding the call of God to engage in full-time music ministry. As a result, God has abundantly blessed Leo's talent and efforts. In addition to the release of two CDs, Leo has accomplished an impressive number of achievements in his young musical career. He served for 3 years on staff as a worship pastor for Victory World Church, an organization comprised of over 5000 members. He also served for 3 years as a worship leader under Billy Humphrey, the current director of the Atlanta International House of Prayer.
"Never Have to Say Goodbye," a song featured on Autonomy Fades Away, was recently selected out of thousands to be included on an album produced by Download for the Cure, an organization backed by The American Cancer Society. This album will be released worldwide in 2008. Finally, Leo has shared the stage with various talented musicians, including Vicky Beeching, Jeff Deyo, Todd Ganovski, Isa Couvertier, Merchant Band, Yancy, and more. Leo's greatest desire and aspiration is to produce music that will inspire and lead people into the presence of Jesus Christ..
Joey Feci - Drums
Starting out on his mothers womb Joey began pounding on everything from his crib rails to pots and pails before his parents finally got sick of listening to it and bought him a real kit at age 7. Soloing until he was 14, he joined his first band in Virginia Beach and was thrown into the secular world of music. Two or three bands later he ended up in Inertia Creep, and headed to Nashville to play with the big boys. Inertia Creep later fell through the pits of Nashville, weed, and.......Inertia, and eventually dis-banded. At the time he was filling in for another band called The Issues who actually got pretty big around the Nashville music scene. Joey found himself in the midst of the real music scene playing for thousands, with a backseat of sex, drugs, and hanging out at after-parties with players like Kid Rock.
"I was always around the stuff, but there was something pulling me away from being a part of it, like God had been protecting me from the beginning. I had my moments of giving in with sex and drugs, but i always regretted it later and learned a lesson from it. People get no significant satisfaction from these things, no matter who they are..."
The Issues later moved to Atlanta to escape the wrath of country music, where through a job he met his later to be wife, Joanne. Joanne introduced him to a world of vision, purpose, and purity through Jesus Christ. Being burnt out of the secular sex and drug music scene already, it wasn't very hard to drop it and get on with his life through Christ. With a passion to know God more, Joey began playing for Christ, and met Leo G, a song writer and worship leader at his church. "Hold On" was born a couple of months later, and their passions to introduce a new style of Xtian worship was created.