Recently Joel & Luke released a new name for their band. From now on they will get on stage and make the crowds go crazy under their new name For King & Country!!!
Check out their new site: www.forkingandcountry.com/
* I found this message important enough to put it on top. As I love their music and of their sister Rebecca St. James, so that everybody might have a chance to hear this news. If this message is in the wrong place, just move it down this BIO or paste it in a comment under this artist. Don’t just simply delete it! Thanks! *
NEWSFLASH :::::: ANNOUNCEMENT :::::: NEWSFLASH
“First off, in case you can’t tell we’re brothers. We were both born in Sydney, Australia and we’ve been around music basically since birth. Our Dad was a music promoter and record label owner and introduced us to an eclectic variety of live shows during our growing up years, from acts such as pop star Amy Grant to heavy-metal group Stryper (Good stuff!). For both of us music has always been the natural backdrop of our lives…
In 1991 our Dad got offered a job in Nashville, TN. So with our mum pregnant and our four siblings (so that makes six, without including the baby on the way) we grabbed sixteen bags and moved to the US… Since then, apart from school and playing sport we’ve travelled with various artists all over America and the world singing BGV’s and running different aspects of their lives shows. We’re now 22 (Joel) and 20 (Luke) and have over the last year and a half been writing, performing, and working on music as a duo.
Music is more than just a gig to us. It somehow has the uncanny ability to speak to the heart, and we believe it should be used to convey a positive message. Life is a journey full of ups and downs and we want to write about the real things that we’re going through and hopefully others in our generation will be encouraged that someone else struggles with the same issues that they do. We also want to write music that resonates with people… music that speaks about real life issues, whether that means telling about our honest struggles, asking unanswered questions, or talking about relationships. The truth is that we write what we’re walking through at the time and our hope is that this will be an encouragement to others and something they can relate to.”
Edited by RSJFAN19 on 16 Jul 2011, 12:03
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