Posted 15 March 2006 - 04:45 PM
March 26th @ 7:00 p.m. at Hope Church
Tickets $10 advance $12 door (It is highly anticipated that this will be a sell-out)
Tickets can be purchased at Hope Church located at 1970 Marietta Highway (between Macland Road and Highway #92) or through the web at www.placeofhope.org
The members of Skillet are in constant pursuit of variety, as their name so appropriately implies: a sensory overloading hybrid of diverse tastes, scents and styles. Since 1996, the John Cooper-led quartet has bounced between modern rock urgency on its self-titled debut, the electronic domination of Hey You I Love Your Soul, pulsating techno explosions throughout invincible, prayerful reverence on Ardent Worship, and intense industrialization on Alien Youth and Collide. With eight number one radio singles under its belt, eleven Dove nominations, and over 200 jam-packed concert dates a year, the group is amongst Christian music's alternative elite with a solid commitment to artistic and evangelistic relevance.
For more information, call Michael Wahl at Hope Church 770-505-8720 x232.
Posted 15 March 2006 - 09:19 PM
Phillipians 4:12, 13
Posted 19 March 2006 - 06:52 AM
Alternative CCM rockers Skillet formed in Memphis, Tennessee around the nucleus of lead singer and bassist John Cooper, guitarist Ken Steorts and drummer Trey McClurkin. Debuting in 1996 with a self-titled LP, the trio returned two years later with Hey You, I Love Your Soul. Invincible followed in early 2000, and the group contributed three tracks to the Ardent Worship: Live compilation that same year.
With a new lineup of Cooper on bass and lead vocals, his wife Korey Cooper on guitar and keyboards, Ben Kasica on guitar, and Lori Peters on drums, Skillet released Alien Youth on Ardent Records in 2001, followed by Collide, also on Ardent, in 2003. The band re-released an enhanced version of Collide in 1994.
Skillet's website is http://www.skillet.com
Concert is March 26th @ 7 pm
Tickets $10 in advance, $12 at the door.