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Although bands such as Switchfoot and Jars of Clay are household names, the artists who paved the way for their success by first introducing modern rock to Christian music are all but forgotten by the very industry they created, and equally unknown by fans of the artists who have come in their wake. Now, these neglected pioneers are telling their story, covering both when Although bands such as Switchfoot and Jars of Clay are household names, the artists who paved the way for their success by first introducing modern rock to Christian music are all but forgotten by the very industry they created, and equally unknown by fans of the artists who have come in their wake. Now, these neglected pioneers are telling their story, covering both when they blazed a trail on which others now follow and what they're doing today. This book isn't about where are they now, but who are they now. With frank and sometimes shocking openness, the ones who created a genre that is mostly unaware of who brought it into existence talk about their lives and times. Raise your hands. It's time to fly.


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Although bands such as Switchfoot and Jars of Clay are household names, the artists who paved the way for their success by first introducing modern rock to Christian music are all but forgotten by the very industry they created, and equally unknown by fans of the artists who have come in their wake. Now, these neglected pioneers are telling their story, covering both when Although bands such as Switchfoot and Jars of Clay are household names, the artists who paved the way for their success by first introducing modern rock to Christian music are all but forgotten by the very industry they created, and equally unknown by fans of the artists who have come in their wake. Now, these neglected pioneers are telling their story, covering both when they blazed a trail on which others now follow and what they're doing today. This book isn't about where are they now, but who are they now. With frank and sometimes shocking openness, the ones who created a genre that is mostly unaware of who brought it into existence talk about their lives and times. Raise your hands. It's time to fly.

5 review for First and Forgotten: The Story of Christian Rock's Neglected Pioneers as Told by the Artists Themselves

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kimberle

    That is the second time that I've lost my review... I enjoyed this book very much. It allowed me to reconnect with a part of myself that I'd forgotten about, or perhaps suppressed. In any case, I can honestly say that this book has changed my life. I should explain that by noting how close it has brought me to the members of Crumbächer, particularly Dawn Wisner Johnson, and even Steve Crumbacher. You can read more about said connections on facebook. To anyone who lived through this era of Christia That is the second time that I've lost my review... I enjoyed this book very much. It allowed me to reconnect with a part of myself that I'd forgotten about, or perhaps suppressed. In any case, I can honestly say that this book has changed my life. I should explain that by noting how close it has brought me to the members of Crumbächer, particularly Dawn Wisner Johnson, and even Steve Crumbacher. You can read more about said connections on facebook. To anyone who lived through this era of Christian Music, this book is a must have, a treasure trove of fun interviews and information you'd never have imagined unless you knew the bands personally. Each band member has some amazing stories to tell, and Jerry's interviews are terrific. I want to personally thank Jerry Wilson for sending this to me, out of the blue. You have no idea what this has meant for me, but I'll try and tell you the next time we talk. :)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dave

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    Jeffery

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jill Barnett

  5. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Allen

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