Jen Ledger (from the bands Skillet and LEDGER) shares her favorite things including her side hobby, surprising favorite movie, and how the person she looks up to inspired one of her favorite LEDGER songs.
April 22, 2019
Wally, from The Wally Show, has been trying to be a part of the band Skillet ever since his 80s hair band days. So when Jen Ledger (from Skillet and Ledger) stopped by, he decided it was time to get creative in his quest to join the band… by literally becoming her drum set.
April 08, 2019
Written from a very personal experience battling with anxiety and fear, Jen Ledger puts her story to song and video.
When faced with the question, “What if this is something that just never goes away for me?” Band mate Korey Cooper gave her the advice that inspired this song. “Then you fight, Jen. While there’s breath in your lungs and until the day that you die, you never stop fighting. You do not let fear rob you of your own life.” – Korey Cooper (Skillet)
April 02, 2019
Jen Ledger’s advice on how she personally battles fear and anxiety needs to be heard. After battling intense anxiety during a Skillet tour, band mate Korey Cooper gave her the most beautiful and tangible advice on what to do when anxiety comes back for another fight.
“What if this is something that just never goes away for me?” “Then you fight, Jen. While there’s breath in your lungs and until the day that you die, you never stop fighting. You do not let fear rob you of your own life.” – Korey Cooper (Skillet)
Jen added her own solo project to the mix. It’s called LEDGER.
April 04, 2019
***EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE***Why God by Austin French is a powerfully honest song that will remind you it’s ok to ask God tough questions. The song came from a very personal place.
Why God started in a season of my life where I was on my knees screaming out those words for myself, and I remember feeling like it wasn’t allowed. Like it made me a bad Christian.But it was through his son that Austin began to realize God wants to hear our tough questions.
My son asks me all these questions about anything and everything and he doesn’t always get my answers. But what he does get is that he can sit in his daddy’s lap and ask me anything, and I want every single question, and I love him no matter what. I believe that asking, “Why God?“ doesn’t make us a bad Christian, maybe it just makes us a kid who needs their dad and that’s ok!