This past week Bread of Stone
took to the trail encouraging Evangelicals to be involved in this year’s upcoming election.
For the next seven weeks, Bread of Stone will actively promote voting on November 4th from the stage and through major national media. One of their first media stops was at WHO Radio
, a Clear Channel
station and Iowa' largest talk radio station, with Steve Deace in the afternoons. The listeners of this popular afternoon drive time show heard Bread of Stone’s testimony of coming from Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country, starting a Christian band and how their careers have reached a new level this past year.
Ben Kristijanto, lead singer and co-founder, told how the band became involved with an organization, Redeem the Vote,
who encourages young Evangelicals, 18-35 years old, to vote based on Godly principals. The band is joined by other artists including, Mercy Me
, Natalie Grant
and Casting Crowns
in sharing this message.
Bread of Stone has recorded a video about the importance of voting which is being serviced to media and churches and will be played from now until Election Day on November 4th. The video can be seen on www.youtube.com/BreadOfStone
In October, Bread of Stone
will tour with Me In Motion
and Nate Huss
on The True Love Revolution Tour visiting key election states, Ohio, Florida and Wisconsin.
Bread of Stone consists of Ben Kristijanto (lead vocals, guitar, keys), Bill Kristijanto (lead guitar), Jeremi Hough (drums), and Tim Barnes (bass).
For more info about Bread of Stone, including tour dates, please visit http://www.BreadOfStone.com