Zach Williams wears many hats: from husband and father to church staff and worship leader. Most recently he can add recording artist to the list. Zach is no novice to the music industry. He had spent a majority of his life traveling with various bands. It was while on the road that the Lord grabbed a hold of him and he decided to leave the rock star life behind. After that, Zach transitioned in to a position at the Refuge Campus of Central Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Arkansas in which he still serves. It came as a shock when the opportunity to sign with Provident Label Group as a new Christian artist arose. Never in his wildest dreams did Zach Williams think that he would be in this place of writing and recording music in the Christian music industry, especially from years of hard living on the road while in a rock & roll band. His personal testimony of receiving freedom in the Lord is so beautifully reflected in his debut single "Chain Breaker." The song came from a place of wanting to reach people who had been struggling and it undoubtedly has. Over the course of it's release in the summer of 2016, an influx of stories have been shared on his various social media pages by people who have experienced the life changing power of broken chains.
Sporting pop-rock influences, infectious lyrics and a creatively ambitious sound, the band, Citizen Way, carries with it a decided level of maturity and vulnerability. Band member, Josh Calhoun shares the desire of the group: "Knowing when we're on stage and when we're sharing the Gospel, we believe the Holy Spirit will waters the seeds of those listening and lets them grow." The group prays their latest offering can meet people where they are, offering encouragement, uplifting their spirit and reminding them of the power of God's promise. "My goal is always to put a hook around God's word and let people sing it," Calhoun says. "I want people to fall in love with Jesus. I just want them to know that the word of Jesus is something worth following and I'm going to spend my life and my energy on it because I believe in it that much."
Proceeds from this event will benefit the The Hands and Feet Project