Dayz to Come was founded in the fall of 2001 by Curtis and Gordon Carver. The first group was organized for a youth worship concert at Living Waters church. After spending weeks rehearsing for the event the guys in the band decided that they wanted to achieve much more than just a concert, they wanted a music ministry that would glorify and honor Jesus Christ and leave the people that attended each event with a message of hope and love. After adopting the name Soul Purpose the band quickly added bassist Jonathan Knight, lead guitarist Roger Tomlin jr., drummer Curtis Carver, and lead vocals/rhythm guitarist Gordon Carver. After several years as Soul Purpose the band made the decision to change their name to Dayz to Come, and became the voice crying out that there's going to come a day when all others will fail you and only Jesus will be there for you to rely on. After a six-month sabbatical of rehearsing and re defining their sound DTC hit the road in June of 2008 with a new message and sound. Writing songs based on true life experiences of band members and fans DTC quickly hit its stride as not only a ministry but a giant family. The band has been blessed to have spent time on stage and off with other Christian artist such as The Rhett Walker Band, All Things New, Rush of Fools, Third day, New Song, Toby Mac, Brandon Heath, Red, Echoing Angels, Revived, RED, Skillet and many more. Through all the accolades and praises that DTC has received the most prized accolade is when one person makes a commitment to Christ and another child is added to the Kingdom of God. The current focus of DTC is not stardom but that every person will hear the message they are trying to get across.Whether its through the music or someone observing their everyday lives this group of guys is committed to letting each life they touch know that even when every one has left you as long as you have Jesus, you too will stand in the Dayz to Come.
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Dayz To Come will provide all of their own back line gear, however the hosting venue will be asked to provide all front of house live sound equipment. Consisting of: A clean stage, front of house Sound Board (16-24 Channels), 2 main front of house speakers, 2 subs if available and a sound tech with basic working knowledge of your equipment. For indoor venues we also recommend stage lighting to help enhance the ambiance of your event. For questions about our sound needs or for a technical rider please feel free to contact us, we will make every effort to work with the equipment you have available when possible. Manager: Chris Colon [email protected]