The Great Romance Release 'Still Small Voice' EP

Oct 08 2015

The Great Romance, a worship/rock band from the St. Louis, MO area, have released their new EP 'Still Small Voice'.

The group travel the country spreading the gospel of Christ through music and more. The band consists of Matt Vollmar (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano), Chase Weber (lead guitar), and Cory Wilkinson (bass).

The band has shared the stage with some of todays's biggest Christian acts including: Switchfoot, Kutless, Audio Adrenaline, David Crowder, and Gungor. They have also played a ton of festivals including AGAPE/Greenville, IL, Kingdom Bound/Buffalo, NY and Disney's Night of Joy/Orlando, FL. They continue to travel the country, California to New Jersey, Michigan to Florida.

The Great Romance are currently enjoying radio success with their singles Stolen Me and Bigger Than the Odds. Both songs also have videos playing nationally on JCTV and UPtv. Their first full length album 'Matt Vollmar and The Great Romance' was produced by Dove Award winning producer Rusty Varenkamp (10th Ave North, Toby Mac), Allen Salmon (Mute Math, Sanctus Real) and co-written by Doug McKelvey (Switchfoot, Jason Gray).

Matt Vollmar and The Great Romance play concerts, worship, camps, retreats and more. The band feels that the greatest relationship anyone can have is with their Savior Jesus Christ and it is their mission to share that message with the world.

"The name The Great Romance comes from our goal of telling others about the greatest relationship they can have", explains Matt Vollmar.

"That relationship is with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and it is our mission to share that message with the world."

Other News

Natalie Cleveland Releases Debut Single 'I See You'
Oct 20

Natalie Cleveland Releases Debut Single 'I See You'

Pop/rock indie artist Natalie Cleveland has released her debut single, 'I See You'. Natalie says the song is "written about God being there for us in our darkest times and how in turn we get to be Jesus to other people by being…

 Back to Top