In the heart of each member of SUMMIT TRACE is the desire to present Christ in song and in life. Their mission is to spread the word of God through song with joy to the believers and a message of hope to those in need. Through the leadership of God and his anointing and uplifting music, they testify to those looking for an answer and for peace that only God can give.
The year 2006 would mark the beginning of fulltime ministry for lead vocalist Keith Casstevens with the Anchormen Quartet. During his tenure there the quartet led many souls to accept Christ as their savior. With Keith as lead vocalist they also enjoyed the success of such top 20 radio singles as 'I'll Meet You On The Mountian,' 'Almost Time To Fly,' 'All In A Sunday's Work,' 'Everything But Time,' most of which were cuts off of their 2009 CD release "Always A Road" produced by renowned song writer, arranger, and producer Donna Beauvais King.
Keith joined The Dove Brothers Band in 2011 and performed as tenor vocalist until late 2012. During this time he made a lot of new friends and enjoyed traveling with a full live band with a more country style of Christian music. They performed the classics such as 'Get Away Jordan,' 'Didn't It Rain,' and 'One Day At A Time,' as well as the more mordern sounds like 'I Can Pray,' 'He Is Here,' and 'I Won't Let Go.' They also did many events honoring our military veterans.
In late 2012 Keith felt the Lord impressing him to start a new ministry. One that would reach a broader audience in a new avenue of Christian music. This vision was shared by former Anchormen vocalist and son Alex Casstevens as well as producer Donna Beauvais King. This ministry brings together some of the most important thing in life: God, family and friends. The vocal blend consists of brothers Alex and Jacob Casstevens, and dad Keith Casstevens. So begins the music ministry of SUMMIT TRACE.