Lippmann left 98 Degrees just before they signed a recording contract; he had already signed on to several roles as an actor, but also found himself somewhat uncomfortable with his understanding of religion. After performing in Sweet Valley High and doing commercials for Burger King, Lippmann formed True Vibe in Nashville, Tennessee, and signed with Essential Records. The group released two albums on Essential.
The second album (See The Light) was Grammy-nominated for Best Pop/Contemporary Christian Album. Sometime in 2003, the group parted ways. Jonathan Lippmann told a Christian magazine that he thought about replacing the other three guys but decided against it.
They may be best known to mainstream audiences for appearing on the title track to ‘N Sync members’ Lance Bass and Joey Fatone’s movie, “On the Line.”
True Vibe performed on the David Letterman Show and are featured on the Jimmy Neutron soundtrack.
Member Jason Barton later became lead singer of the band 33 Miles and is still a part of the band to this day.
Edited by SacrificialS on 30 Mar 2009, 04:36
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