The Kry are an independant contemporary Christian rock group from Quebec, Canada. They have seen moderate success with their solid albums which have provided listeners with both poppy rock to sing along with and emotional worship to fit even the most conservative of the Christian audience.
Ana Laura Chávez (born February 18, 1986 in Brownsville, Texas, United States) is an American singer of Christian pop music. She released a self-titled debut album in 2006 and had two hit singles on Christian radio, ("Water" and "Completely"). She also contributed to the Christmas compilation Come Let Us Adore Him.
Brother and sister duo Marcus and Sara Acker began Inhabited as a Christian worship band in 1999. Passionate about reaching the young generation for Christ by using the music ministry, the four soon branched out as an independent act.
Christian 5-piece band Foolish Things hails from Aurora, Colorado. The band consists of five members: Mark Labriola II (Vocals/Guitar), Isaac Jorgensen (Vocals/Guitar), James Rightmer (Vocals/Guitar/Keyboad), Nate Phillips (Bass) and Shaul Hagen (Drums). Labriola and Jorgensen are the bands main songwriters and cite being influenced by bands such as Switchfoot, Coldplay and DC Talk.
Monday Morning is an Christian alternative rock band from North Carolina, U.S. In 2005 they released their major label debut through Selectric Records, Fool's Paradise, and are known for their number 1 hit song "Wonder of It All (Next Year)".
Forever Changed (1999 - 2006) was a Christian rock band from Tallahassee and Orlando, FL. The band consisted of:
Dan Cole (Vocals, Guitar & Piano)
Ben O'Rear (Guitar & Vocals)
Tom Gustafson (Bass)
Nathan Lee (Drums) In February 2006, Dan Cole prayerfully considered leaving the band on behalf of his family's future. He ended up leaving the band soon after.
Lee has performed locally in NYC’s music circuit (CBGB’s, The Bitter End, The Lion’s Den, The Cutting Room, Kavehaz to name a few) as well as colleges, universities, churches, and cafes on both coasts.
Jami Smith grew up in the small town of Chickasha, Oklahoma. She proudly recalls her life as a kid on a farm running with abandon through golden wheat fields, riding ATV's with her brothers and singing at church.