“Music wasn't just something I heard on the radio; music was an outlet.” Dillon Chase grew up holding on to bitterness, anger, and shame.
Living in a home wrecked with drug and alcohol addiction left Dillon conflicted with how a good God could fit in a life so harsh. Music was a coping mechanism, and he created as a survival instinct. In 2004, after being taken in by a christian family, Dillon recognized the most broken part of his story was...him. His rebel responses towards suffering denied Christ and fueled hate. But this came to an end when he joyfully lost shame, hurt, sin, and anger as he gained a right relationship with God. Now married 14 years with four amazing children, inspiration is never lacking in Dillon’s household! He continues to impact the world through his music and performances.