The 2008 Sunbury Christian Academy graduate said his time on stage was “great.”
“It felt like I was supposed to be there, and I was doing what I was supposed to do. It was just very fun. I just act like a fool on stage, and that’s easy for me. And it was definitely something different. I haven’t experienced something quite like that before. I had two giant video screens on both sides of the stage. So while I performed, they were playing my music videos of me smashing an ice cream cone in my face to thousands of people….”
Koble said he can cross Creation off his “to-do list” and now aims to one day be on such a stage, equal to the professionals.
He said he feels Christian music sometimes gets behind musically in its appeal and style and he is aiming to change that. “There are a few game-changers rising up that are winning Grammys and making Number One on iTunes and Billboard though. I want to be a part of that. ..I want to hit the Top 40 chart. I want the general market to see us setting trends and try to keep up.
“Plus, I want to always be weird, a little crazy, and to always have fun.”