When five band members and three vocalists combine to make music, you get the uplifting sound of Redemption Flood. The live band formed in October of 2015 and God is opening doors to minister into new locations and venues. The band’s sound is a mixture between Mercy Me & Jesus Culture.   


Redemption Flood’s fresh sound of Contemporary Christian & Worship music started when the members joined together to start a Worship Band at their home church. When they soon realized that God was putting them together for a reason, they prayed and decided to start Redemption Flood as a ministry tool to reach the youth and people that may never hear the Gospel. Jeremy states, “We love singing and ministering, Being a part of Redemption Flood gives us an avenue to minister and it has helped us reach new people and new places.”   


Jeremy does a lot of the lead for Redemption Flood and serves as the keyboardist. Jeremy is also joined on stage by his wife, Ashley Kirk, who contributes to the lead and harmony vocals as well. Ashley states, “I am excited to be on this journey with my friends and husband and I can’t wait to see what God has in store!” 


Dave Bowens also does a lot of the lead and plays the acoustic guitar. His voice, along with the harmonies of Ashley & Jeremy give the authentic sound of Redemption Flood.    


Matt Thompson serves as the band’s drummer and has deep roots in the music world. He has worked with several bands and Matt enjoys Christian Rock and his drumming style adds to the fulfilling sound of Redemption Flood.   


Allen Lackey, the lead guitarist, has a rock background and his ability to play different styles brings a variety of sounds to the stage.  


Lastly, the newest band member is our bassist, Jim Ackerman.  Jim has been a huge blessing to Redemption Flood and his smooth bass playing has added so much to the sound of the band.   


As new doors open, Redemption Flood will continue to walk through them and will continue to bring Christ’s message to the stage. The band is thrilled to be on this endeavor and to see what God is going to do.