For over 15 years Tower Lights has been singing about the Good News of our Lord and Savior. Originally touring under the name First Day, the guys decided to change their name to Tower Lights in 2017 when they released the album Three One Six. Driven by a passion to spread the Gospel through song they tour anywhere and everywhere uplifting crowds at churches, festivals, theme parks, cruise ships, ball rooms and even living rooms with their music. With nearly 100 years of combined experience in the industry First Day is guaranteed to wow and uplift anyone who hears them.
From the "First Day" these vocalists joined forces they have captivated and inspired audiences of all ages with their unique blend of vocal music. Tower Lights is a five-man all-vocal Christian band performing a variety of musical styles from Contemporary to Southern Gospel. They feature tight harmonies, deep bass, amazing vocal percussion, and meaningful lyrics that deliver a bold style of a cappella music with a strong Christian message. They are based in Arkansas.
In the fall of 2000 seven men gathered around a big oak tree in Northern Arkansas and began singing hymns together. All of them had grown up singing acapella in church so they just picked out parts and started to sing. After being asked by a bystander to perform at a Valentine Banquet more requests began coming in to perform at other events. It was obvious that God was working with this group of men and wanted them to use their talents as a ministry to uplift and bring people to Him.
Since that humble beginning around the oak tree God has continued to bless First Day and use them to bless others. First Day shared the ticket with MercyMe, tobyMac, Mark Lowry, NewSong, Fee, 33 Miles, Phil Robertson the Duck Commander, David Crowder Band, Matthew West, Jars of Clay, Lincoln Brewster and more. They have performed from Florida to California and in several foreign countries. Over the years the vocalists have changed but the Gospel message remains the same.
“We don’t know what God has in store, but we feel blessed to be a vessel for His message!”