Kings & Queens CD
Grammy Awarding Christian Rockers Are Back!
by Audio Adrenaline;
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Christian pop rock act Audio Adrenaline are back with a new band line up and more passionate songs to jump around to
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Kings & Queens CD
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Audio Adrenaline are back! ‘Kings & Queens’ is the Grammy-Award Winning Christian Rockers 9th studio album, and is setting the stage for a new beginning for the mission-focused band.
With a fresh line-up – including Kevin Max from dcTalk, Superchick guitarist Dave Ghazarian & ex-Relient K/Bleach drummer Jared Byers – the rebooted band are back with an explosive new album and a refreshed vision. The single, ‘Kings & Queens’, is an anthem for their children’s non-profit project in Haiti, getting kids jumping up and down for social justice.
With a distinctly pop-tinge to this new album, the band will undoubtedly please diehard fans whilst winning over a new generation of music lovers.
Kings & Queens CD by Audio Adrenaline was published by Provident Integrity Europe in March 2013 and is our 19955th best seller. The ISBN for Kings & Queens CD is 736211604897.
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Sharing a common goal, to be a voice for the Orphans of Haiti, the lead single 'Kings and Queens' is an anthem dedicated to Orphans around the world.
Audio A has Toby Mac to thank for their big break, when the dcTalk member handed the executives at ForeFront Records a demo. The label signed the band, but asked them to change their name from A-180 to Audio Adrenaline. They went on to receive 5 Dove Awards, 2 Grammy Awards and a Gold Album for ‘Bloom’.
But the bands greatest achievement wasn’t in the recording studio or the big stage, put in Haiti. In 2004 the band founded The Hands & Feet Project, which builds homes for orphaned and abandoned children. The project houses more than 100 children and provides jobs for 80 Haitians.
After much success the band parted ways back in 2006, when lead singer Mark Stuart contracted spasmodic dysphonia, which causes involuntary spasms of the muscles around the larynx (commonly known as the voice box). The 2012 reformation sees 4 new faces join the one remaining original member.
Audio Adrenaline’s New Line-Up:
• Kevin Max — lead vocals (2012-present, former member of dc Talk)
• Will McGinniss — vocals, bass guitar (1986–2007, 2012-present, founding member A-180/Audio A)
• Dave Ghazarian — guitar (2012-present, former member of Superchick)
• Jared Byers — drums (2012-present, former member of Bleach and Relient K)
• Jason Walker — keyboards, vocals (2012-present, member of Know Hope Collective)
Kevin Max explained the bands new direction. “This album is really a bridge album for people that loved Audio Adrenaline in the past and have no concept of where we're going… If we came out with a rock record where radio couldn’t play anything we thought it would defeat the purpose, so if anything this album kind of steers on the side of being a little more pop than what I’m used to.”
The heart of their band continues to beat for the Hands & Feet Project, blending music and mission. In fact the music video for the first single, ‘Kings & Queens’, was actually filmed in Haiti. “This is really the anthem for the Hands & Feet project,” said the new lead singer. “We wanted to let people know that we are doing this for more than just getting back out there and rebooting the brand, we’re about raising awareness for the non-profit.”
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|Page last updated||4th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Audio Adrenaline|
|Publisher||Provident Integrity Europe (March 2013)|