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Who is in the band Switchfoot?
Tim ForemanDrew ShirleyGuitarChad ButlerAcoustic Drum KitJerome FontamillasGuitar
When was Switchfoot formed?
San Diego, CA based alt-rockers Switchfoot formed in 1996 by brothers and main songwriters Jon (lead vocals) and Tim Foreman (bass) along with Chad Butler (drums) and later Jerome Fontamillas (keys, guitars) and Drew Shirley (lead guitar).
Who started Switchfoot?
Switchfoot Bio The guys formed a band (originally known as Chin Up) and they released three albums before making their major label debut in 2003. In 2001, Jerome Fontimillas joined the band playing keys, guitar, and singing background vocals. Drew Shirley started touring with the band as a guitarist in 2003.
How many Switchfoot songs are there?
This is a complete list of the 127 songs done by Switchfoot.
Where did the band Switchfoot get their name?
After playing a few shows including the Foreman brothers’ dad’s megachurch North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad, California, the band was contacted by music industry veteran Charlie Peacock and eventually signed to his indie label Re:think Records under the current moniker, Switchfoot.
When did Jerome fontimillas join Switchfoot band?
In 2001, Jerome Fontimillas joined the band playing keys, guitar, and singing background vocals. Drew Shirley started touring with the band as a guitarist in 2003. He officially joined Switchfoot in 2005. Oh!
Is the lead singer of Switchfoot a Christian?
Foreman maintains that while he can define himself as a Christian, the term simply can’t apply to any of his work. Here’s why: Christ didn’t come and die for my songs, he came for me. Yes. My songs are a part of my life.
What kind of music does Switchfoot listen to?
Anthemic San Diego rock outfit that has enjoyed success on both the mainstream and Christian charts. After gaining a foothold in the contemporary Christian music scene, alternative rockers Switchfoot went mainstream with 2003’s The Beautiful Letdown, a double-platinum album that straddled the line between sacred and secular rock music.