70x7 reaches out to the world with contemporary music that witnesses to the glory of God.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
70x7 performs a repertoire that includes over 50 original songs and 300 popular praise and worship songs. Keyboardist and songwriter B.J. Collins is backed by gifted musicians like Bo Collins, Al Mosovsky, and Shawn Opfer. 70x7's live performances are powered by the Word of God in scriptures adapted to contemporary music, plus the passionate and heart-felt preaching of evangelist Peter Kusko. Over the years, 70x7 has served a variety of audiences, including an opening night worship concert at the 2000 Creation Festival... In both the concert and worship settings, 70x7 has partnered with many churches and organizations, including the United Methodist Church, Roman Catholic Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, Presbyterian Church of America, Presbyterian Church USA, Assemblies of God, American Baptist Churches USA, Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, Pentecostal Church of God, and Independent Christian Churches.
Your musical influences
70x7 has sought to become "all things to all men" just as the apostle Paul had done. This is reflected in the broad spectrum of musical genres covered by the band, with the intention to reach as many different people as possible.
What equipment do you use?
KEYBOARDS: Roland V-Combo and Roland Fantom. BASS GUITARS: Carvin "Bunny Brunel" BB75 5-string, Carvin "Bunny Brunel" BB75 5-string fretless, Yamaha "Billy Sheehan" Attitude LTDII 4-string, and Schecter Stiletto Diamond Elite 5-string. GUITARS: Line 6 "James Tyler" Variax JTV-89, custom Ibanez, Fender Nashville Telecaster, and Hamer Echotone. DRUMS: 1967 Ludwig Black Oyster Pearl "Ringo" kit with two floor toms, 1980 Ayotte Professional Maple DS kit, and other kits by Gretsch and Pearl.