Posts Tagged ‘Jason Roy’

What Building 429 Thought was a Robbery was Actually a Miracle

When your laptop, favorite Bible, and 1 1/2 years worth of songwriting work are stolen, the last thing you think is, “God is doing something awesome.” But that’s exactly what happened to Building 429. Hear the lead singer, Jason Roy, tell the story. Jason got a call from a man who is homeless on the streets of San Fransisco. He’s not really walking with the Lord, but his brother loves the band Building 429. He… … Continue reading

Did Jason Roy From Building 429 Listen To My Band’s CD I Gave Him 10 Years Ago?

Jason Roy from Building 429 joins me on the More Than The Music Podcast to share the stories behind their album, “Unashamed.” Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed I gave Jason a CD of my very first band over 10 years ago at concert. (Pictured below: He’s in the black shirt and I’m in the brown shirt.) I always wondered if he listened to it. I actually remember this day… The answer… … Continue reading

How to Build a Summer of Parenting You Can Be Proud Of

Summer gets busy for every parent, but, thankfully, we have 6 reminders to help you make everyday life with your kids extra special this summer. To top it off – each idea is brought to you by one of our WAY-FM artists! Enjoy. 1. Embrace the unexpected. Thanks Jason Roy (from Building 429) for sharing this wonderful photo of fun with your daughter! We may not all be gutsy enough to let our daughters cut… … Continue reading

This Week in Tweets

Twitter is a happenin’ place for WAY-FM artists! Here’s a weekend re-cap of the tweets you might have missed. 1. Meredith Andrews measures success! 4 kiddos under the age of 4 asleep at the same time? I consider that great success.— Meredith Andrews (@MereMusic) July 9, 2014 2. Who inspired Brandon Heath? What Christian Artist Inspire You? – Brandon Heath – #ASKBRANDON: http://t.co/1sNUv5fEpe via @YouTube— Brandon Heath (@brandonheath) July 9, 2014 3. Some food for… … Continue reading