NASHVILLE, Tenn.—BEC Recordings artist and Christian radio hitmakers 7eventh Time Down marked another career milestone last weekend with their debut on the Grand Ole Opry. The band performed their signature hits “Just Say Jesus” and “God Is On The Move” before a sold-out audience at the Opry.
The evening’s star-studded lineup also featured GRAMMY® Award-nominated breakout vocalist Cassadee Pope; singer/songwriter and star of the former hit ABC and CMT television series “Nashville,” Sam Palladio; and Opry members Jeannie Seely and Riders In The Sky.
Kentucky natives 7eventh Time Down first catapulted into the spotlight with “Just Say Jesus,” the hit title-cut from their 2013 sophomore set which spent a total of 52 consecutive weeks on Christian radio charts. In addition, the band’s multi-week #1, “God Is On The Move,” was one of 2016’s most played singles at Christian radio, according to Billboard. Comprised of lead vocalist Mikey Howard, drummer Austin Miller, bassist Cliff Williams and guitarist Scoop Roberts, 7eventh Time Down has shared the stage with such artists as Newsboys, for KING & COUNTRY and Matthew West, among others. The band’s BEC discography includes 2011’s Alive In You; Just Say Jesus (2013) and God Is On The Move (2015). Their latest recording, Brand New Day, featuring the single “The 99,” released in March.