Then later with funk/blues/rock band named Sugar Foot Mansion. Skills were improved and songs kept coming to fuel the journey. With his compadre, Geno Stroia, the band, Groove Junkies, was finally birthed. Groove Junkies achieved local acclaim and even had a song selected as the theme song for the ESPN World Volleyball Championship. After a much needed break and transition into a life of love and family, Vance is back with songs written on his bones by God.
His latest release, Coming Out Of The Closet, speaks to his own personal transition and growth in his relationship with God. Keep an eye, ear and heart tuned into Vance's next move. He's currently playing with several local worship teams and looking for the right time to launch a concert series partnered with his Dad, Jimmy Faulks, to continue to bring others into deeper relationship with God. "I just want to share a little of my life. I've experienced God in my life.
He's a good God all the time. There's so much, and it's more adventurous than anything else I could imagine although it likely doesn't look that way from the outside. I've seen broken people completely healed and living with levels of hope and faith that blow me away. HE is filling me up with His love, power and wisdom.
It's still not completely clear where this ride is going at the moment, but, if you ever think being a follower of Jesus is boring, I have a few testimonies that can provide a quick challenge to your theology. Funny how that happens when God shows up! "....Vance Faulks Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..