Hey there. I spent the entire week at camp Jackson listening to this rad band called Skyhook, and I have to say I was absolutely blown away by the ministry that you all were able to convey through song. You guys were so blessed, and a blessing to the campers. I (we) particularly loved the song "With Everything." It was so powerful and moving, but alas, when I went to youtube to find the song played by you guys, IT WAS NOT THERE. I don't believe I'm alone when I say that, if it's possible, you all should seriously consider playing the song on a worship album, or even releasing it as a single. Good luck, keep jamming, and God bless.
Hillsong wrote that beautiful worship song. We love playing it, though. Thanks for the thought. We’ll definitely keep this in mind. :) Glad you had an amazing week at Camp Jack!
So I want a Skyhook tank top. Yes, a Skyhook tank top. Not just any tank top, but a free one. I know I know this may sound a wee bit ridiculous, but I'm willing to do whatever it takes. And by whatever it takes I mean whatever it takes.
We have something we’d like to share with you guys:
Starting this week, we go into the studio to start pre-production on our new EP! We’ve been writing new material for a while now, and are beyond stoked to get these new tunes out there! We have more to tell about this project and how YOU can be a part of it. Stay tuned…
Summer-infused pop/rock that takes me back to my younger years…pretty good stuff. Skyhook is starting to make some waves around Nashville and the surrounding area and are some pretty cool dudes with a heart for ministry. The EP they recorded last year is available for free on Noisetrade right now too if you want to pick it up.
Also, their drummer, Seth Wharton, builds custom drum sets. Check them out.
If you would have told me seven years ago, when I started learning guitar, that drug addicts, suicidal students, and sexually abused teenagers would break and come to have a personal relationship with Christ through the efforts of a band that I would play in, I would have smiled at you and nodded my head to gently disregard anything you said to me.
Today I met a guy named Jay. Jay had been addicted to a various assortment of drugs. That is until this past Tuesday night. Jay grew up watching his dad sling and use narcotics every night in their home. Now living with his mother, Jay made the decision to go to youth camp this week.
On Tuesday night I cracked sitting right over there on the floor, listening to Skyhook play.
Jay didn’t make some huge, elaborate statement on how Skyhook changed his life. I didn’t need him to because what he did say meant just as much to me. Thank you, Jay, for allowing Skyhook to see success in our ministry and purpose. I will always remember you.