Former frontman for The City Harmonic, Elias Dummer opens up on this episode of the Why Me Project podcast, sharing about his life, music and the legacy of the band.

What we talk about:

  • growing up on the “wrong side of the tracks”
  • having divorced parents and dealing with it
  • Elias’ music and church career
  • life before and after The City Harmonic
  • the legacy he hopes the band left

“If this is the thing that kills us, and this tour is the thing that breaks us, because of the money situation, then it’s worth it. This is what we set out to do, and if this is the cost to do it, then that’s what we are going to do.”

The City Harmonic – “Honestly” (Live)

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Hosts of The Morning Spin on Edmonton’s Shine-FM, Johnny Rocket and Hollie Taylor search for life's unscripted moments as part of the Why Me Project, a weekly podcast discussing incredible "Why Me?" moments with God.

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