At volt we are all about originality. We have tried to create a truly unique banking experience, and we know that there are plenty of people in the 417 area that are doing extraordinarily unique things. We want to support these individuals by highlighting the amazing things that they are doing.
We believe in live music, original art, and good food; and that’s why we support it. Do you have a thing? Do you want to show it to the world? Bring it to volt and we will help you spread the word, promote your next show, and maybe even sponsor your next album. Because life is too short to live without local artists!
Nominate yourself or someone you know to be featured as a #417 Original and we might just help fuel their fire.
The world needs two things: good coffee and hope. Victory Mission Coffee is roasted locally in small batches, preserving freshness and unique flavor notes. Your coffee is packaged by men who are overcoming addiction, homelessness, and poverty. Inspire life change as you sip your morning cup.
100% of coffee proceeds provide spiritual support, emergency shelter, mental health counseling, case management, and job training to empower struggling people to get back on their feet.
Victory Coffee beans are locally roasted by independent roasters, and packaged by men in the Victory Mission + Ministry Restoration Program.
Shaun is a one-of-a kind talent. He blends soul-drenched vocals with show-stopping bass guitar technique. Shaun captures audiences with a full band sound and plays the bass better than most people play a guitar.
He is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music in Boston, MA where he studied and performed with some of the greatest artists and educators in the industry including John Mayer, Esperanza Spalding, Matthew Garrison (Herbie Hancock), Antonio Sanchez (Pat Metheny) and Jetro Da Silva (Whitney Houston).
Shaun released his self-titled debut album in March 2017 to rave reviews. Bass Player Magazine said, “Munday proves that he’s going to be a bass heavyweight, as his flawless slap work and his melodically challenging lines are only ever outshined by his buttery crooning.”