Archive for the ‘Religious’ Category

MikesChair is signed with Curb Reccords and is an American Contemporary Christian band. They formed at Belmont University in Mike Grayson’s dorm room.  In 2007 they recorded soundtracks, with the band Plumb, for the movie Evan Almighty. It was Spirit in The Sky.



In 2002, schoolmates Isaac Slaad and Joe King formed The Fray. The band is best known for their hit single, How To Save a Life, which was released in late 2005. This song was top charted as number 3 of Billboard Hot 100 and was also a top 5 hit in Canada, Australia, Ireland, Swedan, and the United Kingdom. With How To Save a Life, came Over My Head(Cable Car) which became a top ten hit in the United States as well as Canada.



Posted: April 14, 2009 in Religious, Rock/Alternative

tobymac-3TobyMac, also known as Kevin Michael “Toby” Mckeehen is a grammy award winning artist, producer and song writer. Up until the year 2000, TobyMac was involved in Christian musical group DC Talk. After DC Talk broke it off, TobyMac took on a solo career and produced three albums; Momentum, Welcome to Diverse City, and Portable Sounds as well as two remix albums of those songs. Those two are called, Re: Mix Momentum and Renovating Diverse City. Holding six number one hit singles, two of which include Made to Love and Lose My Soul. In 2009, at the 51st Grammy Awards, TobyMac was awarded Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album for the album Alive and Transported.


Posted: April 13, 2009 in pop rock, Religious


You’re in the moment now
A bitter root
A wandering eye and then
The ties that bind start wearing thin


Senses Fail(CAN’T BE SAVED)

Posted: April 13, 2009 in Punk, Religious, rock

Senses Fail


The band Senses Fail was formed in ’03 when Buddy Nielsen began recruiting band members through and ad on the internet in 2002. Their musical influences include Punk and Hardcore with a mix of emotion, spirituality and literature. Lead singer Nielsen explains, “In Buddhism, they believe that being alive is hell, and the only way to reach Nirvana is to ultimately have no attachments to anything. So, people go out and live in the middle of the woods and they don’t eat and don’t drink. They just meditate because they’ve reached such a high level where they’re not attached to love, relationships or anything. And if you want to reach the highest level of being and see God, you have to have all your senses fail.”

b000aa7hgk_01__sclzzzzzzz_Casting Crowns is a Grammy Award and Dove Award winning Christian band that was created in 1999 by youth pastor Mark Hall from First Baptist Church in Dayton Beach, Florida. Although they’ve become a well-known and popular band, some members are presently working as ministers for Eagles Landing First Baptist Church.

Jeremy Camp(TAKE YOU BACK)

Posted: January 26, 2009 in Religious, rock

Jeremy Camp is a great musician and always sings the most origional music. He has 17 number one hit singles and six albums; three of which are certified at Gold Albums.

Camp has been married twice. Him and his first wife were married in October 2000 and when she was diagnosed with Ovanian Cancer, she died in 2001 at age 21. Most of Jeremy Camps earlier songs relfect his emotions during his wife’s illness. “I Still Believe” was the first song he wrote after her death and “Walk By Faith” during their honeymoon. In 2003 Camp remarried and had two daughters, Isabella Rose and Adrianne Mae Camp.