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Jars of Clay are a breakout band whose music has a strong Christian influence. The became instant celebrities when their debut single "Flood" became a a huge hit. The group's lyrics may have been exclusively Christian but their music fits perfectly into pop wing of alternative rock radio. The success of the band led the way for other Christian bands to follow suit. Bands like DC Talk and Sixpence None the Richer were inspired greatly by Jars of Clay.

Jars of Clay were formed in 1993 at the Illinois' Greenville College by Dan Haseltine and keyboardist Charlie Lowell. They soon added guitarist Stephen Mason to their lineup. All three were doing their majors in music at the college's new CCM department. They chose a name for their band from a verse in the second book of Corinthians, which stressed on the weakness of the physical vessels in which God had placed the human spirit. The band expanded when they were joined by second guitarist Matt Bronleewe and drummer Scott Savage.
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The band self-released their demo CD, "Frail," and soon record companies were running after them. This motivated the band to shift base to Nashville permanently. The band lost a member when Bronleewe left but was replaced Lowell's childhood friend Matt Odmark. After considering many offers the band settled with the smaller Essential label. The band released their self titled album and its single "Flood" became a huge hit. The song became a major crossover hit on mainstream rock radio, modern rock radio, and the pop charts. The success of the single "Flood" pushed the sales of "Jars of Clay" past the double-platinum mark, which was an amazing accomplishment for a Christian band.

Jars of Clay signed up with with British producer Steve Lipson, and released "Much Afraid" in 1997. The record was a huge success and won the group their maiden Grammy for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album. The album also went platinum. But Much Afraid did not reach the level of success that its predecessors had achieved. The band came back with their next installment in1999 titled, "If I Left the Zoo." The album was well received. Jars of Clay released their self-produced fourth album, "The Eleventh Hour," in early 2002 and followed it up with a live DVD. The subsequent saw Jars of Clay releasing two more albums, their double-disc set "Furthermore: From the Studio/From the Stage" and their fifth album, "Who We Are Instead" in November 2003. Catch this amazing group in a live performance. Contact your on-line ticket vendor and get the tickets now!!


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Redemption Songs - 2005
Furthermore: From The St... - 2003
Who We Are Instead - 2003
Show You Love - 2003
The Eleventh Hour - 2002
Jars Of Clay - 2002
If I Left The Zoo - 1999
Much Afraid - 1997
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