The group’s website, www.speciald.net, describes the group as “western Kentucky alt-rockers” with “unceasing work ethic and commitment to artistic expansion,” far from the “dime a dozen sound-a-likes and flash in the pan overnight sensations” common in the “modern day music industry.” It describes the music as having “slicing guitar sounds, soaring melodies and infectious party appeal.”
“Regardless of the environment, the ambitious outfit merges the dynamic world of the Killers, Switchfoot and U2’s most recent era to empower, enchant and entrance with unending charisma from all the performers every step of the way.” Their latest CD is called “Over and Over,” and the group recently played at the annual Newsong Christian music festival at Camp Loucon in Lietchfield.
Pastor John Hagan said that members Richie and Debra Boyd had the idea for the show. They had heard of the group and thought it would be a good way to bring in a younger audience, which the church has been planning to focus on lately. Hagan said the church usually holds a “back-to-school bash at this time of year, but they thought this might reach more people.
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