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Skillet
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Skillet

Skillet is a Christian rock band that formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996. The band currently cons...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"1029","name":"Skillet","bio":"Skillet is a Christian rock band that formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996. The band currently consists of husband John (lead vocals, bass) and wife Korey Cooper (rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals) along with Jen Ledger (drums, vocals) and Seth Morrison (lead guitar). Two of Skillet's albums, 2003's Collide and 2006's Comatose, received Grammy nominations. In 2019, Skillet released their tenth studio album, Victorious. They have received a number of the Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards. Skillet was recognized on February 1, 2016, as having recorded the biggest digital single in the history of Christian music since their song \"Monster\" had garnered over 2.6 million sales. It was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA, was the number one streaming Christian song of 2015, and was the number eight streaming rock song of 2015. Skillet went through several line-up changes early in their career, leaving founder John Cooper as the only original member remaining in the band. They are known for a relentless touring schedule, which garnered them a top-five ranking in the Hardest Working Bands of 2010 by Songkick.com.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/1029_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
Flyleaf
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Flyleaf

Flyleaf is an American rock band, formed in Belton, Texas, United States in 2000. They originated as...

30,000 - 50,000
{"key":"1024","name":"Flyleaf","bio":"Flyleaf is an American rock band, formed in Belton, Texas, United States in 2000. They originated as a band called Listen, and then changed name to Passerby, but due to an existing band owning the rights to that name, their name was changed to Flyleaf after they were signed to their record label. \"A flyleaf is the blank page at the front of a book,\" explains Lacey Mosley, Flyleaf's vocalist. \"It's the dedication page, the place you write a message to someone you're giving a book to. And, that's kind of what our songs are \u2013 personal messages that provide a few moments of clarity before the story begins\".Their music is a mix of hard rock styles. The band cites influences such as Rage Against The Machine, Foo Fighters, Incubus, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Nirvana.Early on, vocalist Lacey Mosley began playing music with drummer James Culpepper. Later on guitarists Jared Hartmann and Sameer Bhattacharya were recruited. \"Sameer and Jared are really experimental with melodies and pedals, and we all had different influences that were all blending together with the same passionate and hopeful heart, and that brought out this beautiful feeling. It was magical,\" said Mosley. When they were still playing as Listen, they played with bassists Josh C. and Jonathan B.. The bassist was replaced by Kirkpatrick Seals in 2002 after he left his previous band The Grove. All five members of the band are of the Christian faith. This faith in Jesus influences their music, but lead singer Lacey Mosley doesn't necessarily believe that makes Flyleaf a strictly Christian band. \"We all share the same faith. And so when we deal with the whole 'Christian band thing,' we kind of think about something P.O.D. says, like, 'If you're a Christian, it affects everything in your life. So if you're a plumber, does that make you a Christian plumber?'\" Mosley said. \"I don't know the answer. We're a band, it's part of who we are, so it comes out in our music, and it's the fuel for what we do. And finding Christ saved my life. So I'm not ashamed of it at all. And most of our album reflects that\".Flyleaf released a song \"Cassie\" that was about the shooting of Cassie Bernall and Rachel Scott. They were shot in the head after admiting they were Christian. This is just one example of how Flyleaf are touched by events and touch others through their music. Flyleaf released their first full-length studio album, \"Flyleaf\", in October 2005. The album was re-released in United States in October 2007 along with their latest digital EP, \"Much Like Falling\", that was released onto the iTunes store. The re-released version of \"Flyleaf\" contains additional acoustic tracks.On the 10th of November 2009, Flyleaf released their second album, called \"Memento Mori\". The album is a little less heavy than their debut album. Two songs that were released before the official release are \"Beautiful Bride\" and \"Again\".Songfacts reports that their third album will be called \"New Horizons\". The title track premiered on 89X Radio on August 1, 2012, and will be released on iTunes on August 21, 2012.On October the 22nd 2012, Lacey Sturm\/Mosley declared that she was leaving Flyleaf and that the band was splitting up. This was only a week before their new album was due to be released (New Horizons - 30th October 2012).Official site: www.flyleafmusic.com","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/1024_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"30,000 - 50,000"}
Relient K
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Relient K

Relient K is a Christian punk rock band formed in 1998 in Canton, Ohio, by Matt Thiessen, Matt Hoope...

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{"key":"2885","name":"Relient K","bio":"Relient K is a Christian punk rock band formed in 1998 in Canton, Ohio, by Matt Thiessen, Matt Hoopes, and Brian Pittman during the band members' third year in high school and their time at Malone University. The band is named after guitarist Hoopes' automobile, a Plymouth Reliant K car, with the spelling intentionally altered to avoid trademark infringement over the Reliant name. The group is associated with the contemporary Christian music culture, most notably the Christian rock and punk scene. The group has also performed alongside secular artists. The band has reached critical success with mainstream pop-punk and alternative rock. The band's sound incorporates piano and acoustic elements. Since its formation, Relient K has numerous studio albums and two Christmas albums. The band has received numerous awards including two Dove Awards and a Grammy Award nomination in 2004 for Best Rock Gospel Album. Relient K has found commercial success with their studio albums, three of which peaked in the top 15 of the U.S. Billboard 200 chart: 2004's Mmhmm, which debuted at #15; 2007's Five Score and Seven Years Ago, their fifth and most successful album, which debuted at #6; and 2009's Forget and Not Slow Down, which debuted at #15. The band is also highly successful throughout the Christian albums and contemporary Christian music charts. On July 2, 2013, the band's seventh full-length album, Collapsible Lung, was released. On July 22, 2016, the band's eighth full-length album, Air for Free, was released.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2885_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Switchfoot
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Switchfoot

Switchfoot is an alternative rock band from San Diego, California. The band's members are Jon Forema...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"507","name":"Switchfoot","bio":"Switchfoot is an alternative rock band from San Diego, California. The band's members are Jon Foreman (lead vocals, guitar), Tim Foreman (bass guitar, backing vocals), Chad Butler (drums, percussion), Jerome Fontamillas (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), and Drew Shirley (guitar, backing vocals). After early successes in the Christian rock scene, Switchfoot first gained mainstream recognition with the inclusion of four of their songs in the 2002 movie \"A Walk to Remember.\" This recognition led to their major-label debut, The Beautiful Letdown, which was released in 2003 and featured the hits \"Meant to Live\" and \"Dare You to Move.\" It went on to sell over 2.6 million copies. They have since been noted for their energetic live shows, and their seventh studio album, Hello Hurricane, received a Grammy Award in 2011 for Best Rock Gospel Album. Switchfoot's music straddles the line between Christian and mainstream music. Jon Foreman has compared the Christian undertones of his music to the undertones of C.S. Lewis's books. According to Jon Foreman, the name \"Switchfoot\" is a surfing term. \"We all love to surf and have been surfing all our lives so to us, the name made sense,\" Foreman said. \"To switch your feet means to take a new stance facing the opposite direction. It's about change and movement, a different way of approaching life and music.\"","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/507_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
Thousand Foot Krutch
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Thousand Foot Krutch

Thousand Foot Krutch is a Canadian Christian alternative rock band that formed in 1995 when its foun...

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{"key":"529","name":"Thousand Foot Krutch","bio":"Thousand Foot Krutch is a Canadian Christian alternative rock band that formed in 1995 when its founding members starting putting a praise and worship spin on the popular nu-metal sound of the time. After several personnel changes, Thousand Foot Krutch's current members are Trevor McNevan (vocals, guitar), Joel Bruyere (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Steve Augustine (drums). Thousand Foot Krutch has been nominated for numerous Juno Awards and Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. The band released their eighth studio album, Exhale, in June 2016. The album sold well, debuting at #34 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Chris Major, allocating the album 4.7 stars in a review for The Christian Beat, wrote, \"Exhale is heavy, gritty, explosive, and bold, saturated with uncontainable energy from start to finish.\"","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/529_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
12 Stones
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12 Stones

12 Stones is a post-grunge band that formed in 2000 in Mandeville, Louisiana, a suburb north of New ...

10,000 - 30,000
{"key":"2956","name":"12 Stones","bio":"12 Stones is a post-grunge band that formed in 2000 in Mandeville, Louisiana, a suburb north of New Orleans. The first line-up consisted of Paul McCoy (vocals), Kevin Dorr (bass), Eric Weaver (guitar), Stephen Poff (guitar\/vocals) who left to finish One Like Son's Goodbye and Patrick Quave (drums) who was later replaced by Aaron Gainer.After performing no more than 12 live shows, the band recorded a demo and went to New York City where they performed at an industry showcase, where the band encountered some minor difficulties,:\"Here we are, our first few hours in New York City,\" McCoy recalls, \"and Kevin is puking in the bathroom and I'm chasing some guy who stole my wallet just a few hours before we play the showcase. It was crazy.\"After that, the band was signed up by Wind-Up Records. The situation improved once 12 Stones signed with Wind-up and began recording with producer Jay Baumgardner (Papa Roach, Alien Ant Farm), who helped pump up Eric Weaver\u2019s searing guitar solos in the belief that a new guitar hero might be born. Combined with the propulsive rhythm section of Dorr and drummer Aaron Gainer and McCoy\u2019s distinctive lyrics, the 12 Stones sound conveys real emotion with a visceral punch.The band's eponymous debut album was released in 2002, produced by Jay Baumgardner. They gained more fame when vocalist McCoy performed in Evanescence's song \"Bring Me to Life\" opposite Amy Lee. The song was included in both Evanescence's album, Fallen and in the Daredevil film soundtrack. McCoy quotes:\"Our songs are about some of the really tough times I went through growing up as a kid,\" McCoy says. \"I really wanted to target subjects in our songs that kids going through tough times can relate to and help them get through tough times. It doesn't mean you can\u2019t be angry and the songs powerful. We just want to stream negative energy in a positive way.\"In 2004, Kevin Dorr quit the band and touring guitarist Greg Trammell later became an official member.Their second album, Potter's Field came out in 2004. Both albums were supported with heavy touring. Clint Amereno and then Aaron Hill were brought in to play bass for the shows. After the tour, the band decided to take a break from the band to be with their respective families.Trammell left prior to the recording of the next album, leaving the band without a second guitarist. After completion of the CD, one of its collaborators, ex-Breaking Point guitarist Justin Rimer, took over this position. The new lineup was later completed with the addition of former Presence bassist DJ Stange.Their third album, Anthem For The Underdog, was released in 2007. The album is said to be inspired by the effects of Hurricane Katrina on their hometown.Shortly after the album's release, Stange quit and was replaced by Shawn Wade, formerly of the band Silence Is Broken.12 Stones released an EP entitled \"The Only Easy Day was Yesterday in the summer of 2010. Shortly after its release, the band left Wind-up Records. After a lengthy search, they found a new home with EMI. EMG's Jacob Capricciuolo said of the latest expansion move of the company, \"signing 12 Stones marks a pivotal turn for Executive Music Group to not only continue its established rock success, but to now elevate its presence in Rock to a much broader audience. Myself and VP Jimmy Swan believe 12 Stones has been underrated within the music industry for far to long. We live for radical movements and artists ready to make radical changes within those movements such as 12 Stones. The excitement to work with their amazing talent is more than exhilarating to say the least! It's an honor to have on our roster a group of hard working guys stopping at nothing for global success!\"They entered the studio in the spring of 2011 to record their 4th full length LP. The first single \"Bulletproof\" from the new album entitled \"Only Human\" was released on July 11, 2011 to much fanfare.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2956_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"10,000 - 30,000"}
Hillsong United
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Hillsong United

Hillsong United is a Christian worship band that originated as a part of Hillsong Church. They are b...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"2891","name":"Hillsong United","bio":"Hillsong United is a Christian worship band that originated as a part of Hillsong Church. They are best known for their 2013 single \"Oceans (Where Feet May Fail),\" which has been certified platinum three times over by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Formed in 1998 as part of Hillsong's youth ministry, the band consists of several rotating worship leaders from the church, including Joel Houston, Taya Smith-Gaukroger, Matt Crocker, Jonathon Douglass, Jad Gillies, and Benjamin Hastings. Hillsong worship leader Darlene Zschech recommended that they record an album, which resulted in their 1998 debut extended play, One, which was released alongside the Hillsong Worship album Touching Heaven Changing Earth. Since then, the group has released over 10 annual live albums, as well as several studio albums. The band composes songs and performs in church services as well as concerts on worldwide tours. In 2014, they won five Dove Awards, including song of the year for \"Oceans (Where Feet May Fail).\" In 2015, they won a Billboard Music Award in the category Top Christian Artist. The band won three Dove Awards in 2016 and Recorded Worship Song of the Year for \"So Will I (100 BillionX)\" in 2018.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2891_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
Elevation Worship
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Elevation Worship

Elevation Worship is a contemporary worship music band from Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Car...

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{"key":"77080","name":"Elevation Worship","bio":"Elevation Worship is a contemporary worship music band from Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to performing in concert and touring around the United States, Elevation Worship leads worship in weekend church services. Their music is rooted in both pop and rock influences, with the sweep of classical music; their performances are polished and atmospheric but full of passion, speaking powerfully to their Christian values and beliefs. The band often records music in Spanish as well as in English in an effort to reach a wider audience with their powerful music. Elevation Worship is known for their songs \"O Come to the Altar\" and \"Do It Again,\" which both landed in the top five of Christian radio in the United States. The band has previously toured with other contemporary Christian bands including Hillsong Worship, Lauren Daigle, Bethel Music, and Passion.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/www.aaemusic.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2020\/02\/Elevation-Worship.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Aaron Gillespie
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Aaron Gillespie

Aaron Gillespie is the former songwriter, clean vocalist and drummer of metalcore band Underoath an...

20,000 - 50,000
{"key":"77158","name":"Aaron Gillespie","bio":"Aaron Gillespie is the former songwriter, clean vocalist and drummer of metalcore band Underoath and the lead singer of the pop punk band The Almost.He released a solo worship album titled \"Anthem Song\" on 8 March 2011, which he co-wrote with worship artists such as Paul Baloche and Delirious?. He is currently touring in support of the album.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/77158_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"20,000 - 50,000"}
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