Embed Copy About this project New Release Tuesday and Calvary Chapel Quakertown, PA are excited to host this "Rock & Roll" event at Bethlehem Skateaway in Bethlehem, PA on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. It will be a night of roller skating and music featuring live performances by Dove Award nominated band Satellites & Sirens and opening band Universal Royalty.
RISE is a unique event for long island teens. This incredible all day event features worship, main session and workshops taught by long island youth pastors. Teens get to choose workshops that they feel are best suited for them.
Calvary Chapel Birmingham are hosting Universal Royalty for a 'one night only' concert at the Custard Factory, Birmingham. Supporting acts: To be announced Cost: FREE for all to come, all costs have been covered Doors open: 6:30pm www.universal-royalty.com www.calvarychapelbirmingham.co.uk www.custardfactory.co.uk
Playing worship at The Zone.
Sounds Like: Jars Of Clay, The Roots, Mumford and Sons
Manager: Universal Royalty
Bio: Born and raised in New York City, this seven piece band of brothers, blends Acoustic, Rock and Hip-Hop music into what they call "Urban Indie." Their focus is to glorify Christ and music is their method.
“The mission statement of UniversalRoyalty is to be a ministry of music, labored in love, founded and rooted in the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ. The band’s goal is to intimately love, diligently obey, and humbly submit to the will of our Lord. They have committed to use their gifts to edify and encourage the body of believers, as well as, esteem and evidence the person of Jesus in their character, singing, teaching, and lifestyle, all of this established through the absolute truth of the Bible. Their prayer as a ministry is to usher others closer to Jesus and bring glory to God. I can’t say I’ve ever heard more diverse musical styles on one album. All 7 songs are interesting, filled with faith-based lyrics and for me the highlights are “Feel It,” “Swing Low” and bonus tracks “Someday Soon” and “142 Blues Remix.” If you like alternative rock with gospel-infused lyrics, look no further than UniversalRoyalty.”