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"Crusade Worship"

“We have really enjoyed working with Soulstice at crusade events. They have a passion for young people and adults alike, and their blend of old favorites and the latest worship songs speak to young and old alike. We look forward to partnering in ministry with them in the future.”-Franklin Graham Crusades - Billy Graham Association

"Operation Asheville"

“I have worked with Soulstice on many occasions and it has been a truly wonderful experience. I’ve have booked them the past three years to lead worship for a missions conference located in Asheville, North Carolina and New Orleans, Louisiana. The not only lead us in worship, they developed real relationships with our students.” -Phillip Holiday, Minister to Students
-Trinity Church Pinopolis - Jubilate Deo

"D'NOW Project"

Throughout the last 8 years in student ministry I have had the amazing opportunities to hear numerous groups, bands, and worship leaders. When looking at Christian music there are numerous factors that I look for: Genuine Faith, Charisma, Christ Centering Lyrics, God Glorifying Presence, and lastly Musical Talent. There are few groups that embody all of those characteristics. After hearing Soulstice lead in worship and building friendships with them over the past year, I can genuinely say that they are a band who have all of those characteristics. They are one of the best live worship bands that I have ever had the opportunity to sit under.
-Casey Williams, Student Pastor
-Temple Baptist Church - Baptist Print


The "Soulstice" EP 2007



This is the latest sound in rock with a mission. Though their roots formed years ago, the boys in Soulstice have only recently dedicated themselves to making the unique blend of rock and praise they're becoming known for. Soulstice hails from Summerville, SC, a coastal town near Charleston. The band has been around much longer than it's had a name, but their vision has always been the same. Soulstice's first incarnation was as the church band at Summerville Baptist, where the boys met in a youth group. Though their musical backgrounds are all very different, they find great harmony on stage and in their personal lives.

After more than a year of touring, playing at church summer camps across the South and practicing, their big break came in 2005 when James won a contest to sing on stage with prominent Christian rock outfit Third Day in front of about 30,000 audience members at Carowinds amusement park in Charlotte. The "American Idol"-style call-in contest saw James win the honor in a landslide. Originally, he was only supposed to sing the second verse of a song, but Third Day frontman Mac Powell was so impressed that he stood back and let James finish the song. That's where Soulstice was introduced to Third Day's sometime ensemble musician and award-winning producer, Scotty Wilbanks.

Scotty saw the raw talent in these young men and took them into his Atlanta studio to temper their sound. The soaring energy of James' songs is balanced by the clean, crisp production Scotty contributes. Scotty took a slightly different tack with Soulstice than he has with other rock acts, not trying to add more driving energy to the music but instead layering rich electronic textures and deep vocal effects to give the music a postmodern kind of lushness recalling indie mainstays Ester Drang and Starflyer 59. With Scotty's help, the trio self-released a four-song, self-titled EP and even made it available on iTunes Music Store. They plan to continue touring and shop the album to record labels until they find the right deal.