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Well I love the band Switchfoot, and I was just wondering what genre of music they're considered, I have heard that they are a "Christian Rock" band is that true?

I know that they are all Christian's, but that doesn't mean that they have to a Christian Rock band :huh: .

Your help is much appreciated; THaNX. I'll just hang up and listen. :D
 

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Switchfoot started out as a Christian Rock band, but has sort of drifted into more of a mainstream rock band within the last year and a half.

The band Jars of Clay sort of did this for a while as well, but have since returned to being a Christian band.
 

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I love Jars of Clay -- haven't listened to them in years, but did all during college. Then, and DC Talk, but didn't they break up?
 

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we can't forget the best christian rock band EVAH...stryper
 

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:lol: better yet, i can't forget those stripey tight pants the lead singer used to wear in the videos -- :blink: UGH!
 

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those were the days...see...i just didn't see the work of Jesus in the black and yellow spandex. maybe it's just me.
 

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just realized i'm mixing up the lead singer from Winger with the group Stryker -- either way, they all wore black/yellow stripey pants! How scary! :lol:
 

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Originally posted by michelle@Jul 15 2004, 08:37 AM
I love Jars of Clay -- haven't listened to them in years, but did all during college. Then, and DC Talk, but didn't they break up?
DcTalk News Posted: Feb 25 2004, 02:46 AM
Michael Tait On Dctalk Future
“Are you guys broken up?” The last statement we made was, “We’re taking a break”. Nothing's been said since then, nothing's changed since then, so I don’t know why people still ask that. We made an album, Intermission, which means: the theater is taking a break, and nothing's changed. I think people assume that because Tait has another album out, dc Talk must be through. But to answer your question, no, we’re having a great time exploring. I’ve always said from the beginning of dc Talk- “We will evolve until we dissolve”. This is another step in the evolution of dc talk. - Michael Tait



 
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