“The feeling of helplessness as you see those you love struggle drives my music and ministry. Being onstage means more than just singing songs or providing an opportunity to lead people in worship. It’s a longing to share with everyone the hope and healing we have through our relationship with God.” -Dave Pettigrew
The new album “Faith & Gasoline” is a reflection of life on the road. The ministry is fueled by the faith & love for God and the gasoline used to get from place to place. The album features a new version of the song “There Is Hope” along with the stand out tracks “Love Is Here,” “Undertow” and “Why Won’t You Love Me.”
This album was produced by hit-maker Scotty Wilbanks who has been the keyboardist and an integral part of the band Third Day for the past 20 years. Partnering together on both songwriting & production, Dave and Scotty worked together to create this new album and take Dave’s music to a new level.
Dave and his band have opened for and shared the stage with MercyMe, For King & Country, Jeremy Camp, Big Daddy Weave, Michael W. Smith, Phil Wickham, Rend Collective, Brandon Heath, Tenth Avenue North, Lincoln Brewster, Mark Schultz and more. The band has toured with Sidewalk Prophets, Brandon Heath, Paul Baloche, Kutless, Love & the Outcome, the JJ Weeks Band and many others.
The artist continues to push deeper into the hearts of his listeners through regular nights of worship in and around the Northeastern United States. “The touring doesn’t stop. We want to reach more people with the message of hope that has taken over our ministry.”