VT Christian Music is proud to announce our very diverse line-up for this year’s VT Christian Rock-toberfest. We have a little bit of everything for the whole family!Our headliners STARS GO DIM are an amazing break-out group now featuring two radio hit songs “You Are Loved” – which hit #1 last year on Christian Radio charts and “Walking Like Giants”
Another up-and-coming artist MALLARY HOPE just released “NOW” – which is currently in the top 40 top Christian Radio charts. With her fusion of “heart” and vocals with a little country twang, she’ll be a pleasant addition.
Ben Walther is a singer, songwriter, worship leader, husband and a father. In addition to writing and recording music, he travels across the country leading worship and sharing his gifts with God’s people.
And we have a local up-state NY boy to help open-up the show – Frank Palangi. With his strong Rock influence, booming voice, and poignant message – he is sure to ROCK the evening!
** SAD NEWS: Christian Comedian Judy McDonald will not be able to join us on October 14th due to recently being diagnosed with breast cancer. Her doctors have scheduled her surgery during this time. PLEASE PRAY for her and her quick recovery. For more information go here.
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STARS GO DIM
Sometimes, the decision to stop…starts everything.
It’s exactly the situation Chris Cleveland found himself in when the previous iteration of his band Stars Go Dim came to a close. What started out as a simple side project, became a successful recording and touring entity, all while Cleveland maintained his “day job” working as a worship leader at a church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
As the original SGD began to fade, everyday life became more and more integrated into Cleveland’s reality and norm –marriage, two kids, a steady job – a sense of newness and contentment.
While Chris knew that music would always be a part of his life, in the stillness of the moment, when touring was no longer his career, he was more able to get focused on the role music would and should have in his life moving forward.
And that’s when everything started.
And now, here’s what Stars Go Dim is in 2015 and moving into the future: an immersion of modern pop, infused with both deep meaning and well-honed fun, merging layers of guitars, keys, loops and percussion to convey timeless messages
Mallary grew up in Dalton, Georgia and by the age of sixteen had a loyal following for her music. Now, well into her career as a singer/songwriter, Mallary is transparent about the joy she experiences when a new song hits radio, posting this on her Instagram: “I’m totally crying sitting at Starbucks! In my 12+ years of trying, I’ve never actually caught myself on the radio like this… Thank you Air1 Radio for giving my song “NOW” a chance.”