An evening full of worship and song is what Sonicflood
brings on their Fearless Planet Tour. On Friday, April 16, the praise and
worship band along with Building 429 and speaker Michael Franzese, came
to play at Hendricks Hall at Central Missouri State University.
Sonicflood’s lead singer, Rick Heil, was not present as he is
recuperating from an operation but that didn’t stop the band from
delivering an energetic and worshipful set. The fill-in singer, Jason
Ingram, stepped into the position with ease and a great voice.
Sonicflood’s catalog includes contemporary praise songs like “I Want to
Know You” and “Open the Eyes.” Probably the most impressive moment of
the night was the lengthy drum solo by Brett Vargason. That guy can
really play the drums.
Opening for Sonicflood were newcomers Building 429. This band has
tremendous potential, delivering solid rock songs with worship-themed
lyrics. Expect great things from these guys. Their single, “Glory
Defined” is the number one song and the fastest song to reach number
one on the CRW AC charts.
The night was also made special by the testimony of Michael Franzese.
His story of his involvement with the mafia before committing his life
to Christ is both moving and powerful.
The Fearless Planet Tour is a great event that the entire family will
enjoy. Visit sonicflood.com for tour dates and more information.