FFH (Far From Home) is a Contemporary Christian band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania in the United States.
This group plays upbeat, encouraging music with a Christian theme.
They have released six independent projects, plus six studio albums through Essential Records, along with a "Best of " album and a praise and worship album in 2007.
The group formed as Four For Harmony, an a cappella group.
Over time they developed a vocal acoustic pop style, similar to that of the Smalltown Poets, and changed their name to Far From Home.
The group toured for six years before signing to Essential Records and releasing their major label debut I Want to Be Like You.
In 2006 at Toad Suck Daze, an annual festival in Conway, Arkansas, the band made several statements indicating that they would soon retire the band and pursue individual goals.
They assured the audience, however, that they would be parting on the best of terms. The exact date of any 'final show,' however, was not mentioned.
Numerous of the band's singles have charted, including "Watching Over Me" which hit the number one spot on Adult Contemporary radio and the Top 5 on Christian Hit Radio, "On My Cross" which had a two-week run at number one inspirational radio, "One of These Days," "Big Fish" and "I Want to Be Like You."
Jeromy, Jennifer, and FFH bring their layered harmonies and acoustic pop sound home for your holidays! Includes classics such as "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel"; "Winter Wonderland"; "I'll Be Home for Christmas"; "O Little Town of Bethlehem"; and "Jingle Bell Rock"; plus originals "Glorious Impossible"; "Heaven and Nature Sing"; and the title track---a wintertime concert favorite.
FFH's greatest musical moments to date have found a home together on the ten track Far From Home. Combining the band's best signature harmonies and upbeat, acoustic pop sounds in one place, this project is one fans will not want to miss.
Following a string of successful releases, FFH's Jeromy and Jennifer Deibler went on sabbatical, mentoring and training musicians in Cape Town, South Africa. In the midst of this, Jeromy's world changed forever when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. These joys and struggles are chronicled in their latest effort, Wide Open Spaces, regarded as their most personal album to date. Includes "Undone," "What If Your Best," and others.
This Daywind Contemporary Series soundtrack features a demonstration, and accompaniment in high (Bb) and low (F) keys, with and without background vocals. Also includes printed lyrics. Original artist listed for reference only.
FFH fans---this is the CD you've been waiting for! The band brings their signature harmonies and upbeat, acoustic pop sound to original and classic worship songs including "Beautiful One," "Holding On," "Be unto Your Name," "In the Waiting," "Days of Elijah," "God of the Promise," "You Are God Alone," "I'm Free," "Coming Home," and "In Christ Alone."
FFH's distinctive brand of acoustic rock takes you to a place where many bands dare not go---straight to the center of the human heart. Rich vocals, sizzling guitars, and solid backbeats combine with poignant lyrics in "I'm Alright," "Fall to You," and more.
Sound Performance Tracks are accurate reproductions of popular songs. Although not the original tracks, they strive to present the most accurate instrumentation and production style. The CD features a demonstration as well as a performance track (with and without background vocals). The artist who originally made the song popular is listed for reference only. Key: Gb
Mastertrax are the original artist performance masters in three keys. Includes the artist's original background vocal track, plus a high, medium and low key track without background vocals. Demonstration is in the medium range as originally recorded by the artist. Lyrics and sheet music included.