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Shane Claiborne: An Irresistibly Missional Revolution
Since the wild success of his book, The Irresistible Revolution, Shane Claiborne has become the poster child for missional living; however, Claiborne would humbly argue that he’s just following Jesus.

Relient K: Building On The Best Things
Hours before their tour bus caught fire along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Matt Thiessen and the other members of Relient K were discussing with Switchfoot ways the bands could support the non-profit Habitat For Humanity in their upcoming fall tour.

Tree63: Sunday! Has Come
Amy Sondova interviews Tree 63. Passionate about his roots, Ellis explains, “So many South Africans are dying of AIDS. South Africa is such a mess and you wonder if it’s ever going to become okay. No matter how bad it is right now, someday it’s going to be okay.”

Grey Holiday’s Glorious Revolution
Rarely, if ever, do musicians start a band with a bass player that’s never played bass and a drummer that’s never actually drummed. Yet that’s exactly how Grey Holiday got its start—with four friends.

Thousand Foot Krutch: Igniting Our Flames
Canadian rockers Thousand Foot Krutch have released their fourth album, The Flame in All of Us (Tooth & Nail) to critical acclaim. “We tried to delve deeper into what we love about music,” explains lead singer Trevor McNevan from his home in Brentwood, TN.

Rush of Fools’ Confounded Plans
Releasing their self-titled debut album in May, Rush of Fools has made quite an impression with listeners with the release of their first radio single, “Undo.” The song, a ballad about God’s forgiveness for His wandering children, has caused the band’s inbox to be inundated with e-mails from fans.

Conquering the Fear of Flight with Wavorly
Life on the road for rock bands isn’t all glamor and glitz. True, there are adoring fans, concerts galore, and opportunities to travel. But then there are also down days, like the one that Wavorly was having the day before Matt Lott’s interview with YMX.

Getting Real with Jake Smith
When New Orleans’ levees broke in August 2005 after Hurricane Katrina, singer/songwriter Jake Smith remembers sitting in his one-bedroom apartment in Baton Rouge, Louisiana watching the news.

Do You Feel with The Rocket Summer
Bryce Avary, the brains behind The Rocket Summer, released his first album when he was only 16, an EP titled The Rocket Summer. Luckily, the name stuck and Bryce just released his third full length album, Do You Feel on Island Records.

Ian Eskelin’s Creative Output
For some people creativity comes easily, but Ian Eskelin has a need to create. One could even say that he breathes creativity; whether playing with his band All Star United, producing albums for artists like Everyday Sunday and Stellar Kart, or writing/co-writing songs with singers like Krystal Mey