Casting Crowns is the first studio album by American Christian rock band Casting Crowns. Produced by Mark A. Miller and Steven Curtis Chapman, the album was released on October 7, 2003, by Beach Street Records. It incorporates a pop rock and rock sound, with the main instruments used in the album being guitar, keyboard and violin.
The discography of Casting Crowns, an American Christian rock band, consists of eight studio albums, two independent albums, one holiday album, 16 singles, five live albums and five music videos. Casting Crowns was formed in 1999 as a student worship band in Daytona Beach, Florida, with a lineup consisting of Mark Hall (vocals), Melodee DeVevo (violin), Juan DeVevo (guitars) and Hector Cervantes (guitars).
Casting Crowns is a contemporary Christian and Christian rock band started in 1999 by youth pastor Mark Hall, who serves as the band's lead vocalist, as part of a youth group at First Baptist Church in Downtown Daytona Beach, Florida. They later moved to Stockbridge, Georgia, and more members joined. Some members of the band currently work as ministers for Eagle's Landing First Baptist Church in McDonough, Georgia. The band has won a Grammy and a Dove Award.
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One of the brightest spots on the CCM map in 2005, Lifesong was powered by a second dose of Mark Hall's earnestly challenging worship themes and a penchant for reflective pop. The Florida band's sophomore album was the number two best-selling Christian record in 2005. It nearly went gold after four months in release and came a mere 20,000 units short of overcoming Switchfoot's Nothing Is Sound for the top spot. The mega-hit title track seemed ubiquitous for months on end, culminating in a pair of Dove Awards for Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year and Group of the Year.
The album shines brightest on its earnest ballads and whenever violinist Melodee DeVevo joins frontman Mark Hall in harmony. Standouts include the tenderhearted Does Anybody Hear Her and the confessional Stained Glass Masquerade -the latter a powerful reminder that believers struggle with doubt too. Lifesong Casting Crowns. Undaunted by the surprise success of their debut, Casting Crowns delivered another assured, inspirational blockbuster for the follow-up, Lifesong. Perfectly pleasant in its midtempo adult pop, the album alternates between praising Jesus, gently challenging believers, and calling out hypocrisy within the church. The album shines brightest on its earnest ballads and whenever violinist Melodee DeVevo joins frontman Mark Hall in harmony.