Max Joins Audio Adrenaline

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Wednesday 22nd August 2012

Kevin Max now lead singer of re-formed hitmakers Audio Adrenaline

IN A SURPRISE move CCM hitmakers Audio Adrenaline, who disbanded in the spring of 2007, are to re-form with former dc Talk singer Kevin Max taking on lead vocals. The original Audio Adrenaline broke up with lead vocalist Mark Stuart experiencing serious voice problems. Max will join original band member Will McGinniss (bass), guitarist Dave Ghazarian of the group Superchick, Jason Walker, who has played recently with Mark Stuart in Know Hope Collective, on keys and drummer Jared Byers, formerly with Bleach. Audio Adrenaline will be playing various festivals and are planning al album release for 2013. CR

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Reader Comments

Posted by Dave in LA @ 11:51 on Jan 11 2013

It'd be so amazing if TobyMac, Audio A and Newsboys could play at a show now. Revive DcTalk!

Posted by A. Vandalay in Cincy @ 21:31 on Sep 15 2012

Everybody lighten up. Mark's still involved in the group, the other guys were asked to be involved but were busy. Who cares? Life is too short. Dctalk, newsboys and audio a we're my three favorite bands growing up. I love the new newsboys, I love peter's solo stuff, love Max's solo stuff, and I'm sure I'll enjoy the new AA music. Don't take everything so seriously, and just enjoy the music. Or, don't, and life goes on.

Posted by Dr.Praveen in India @ 12:52 on Aug 25 2012

Wow! Praise God! It's truly amazing n exciting to hear Two legendary names joining together't wait to see some great performances n great music..God does have a plan to rock the world thru these guys..I ve been a huge dc talk fan since my teens n I ve been missing them very badly n prayin if they reform .Any ways it's cool n great news.At Least dc talk should come together periodically to make great music again.

Posted by Brent in Lexington KY @ 05:02 on Aug 23 2012

I hate when bands do this. This won't be Audio A- it'll be a whole new band trading on an old name. Same thing happened with Tait and the Newsboys. They're new stuff doesn't even come close to sounding like the Newboys- it's a new band. Just come up with a new name and start fresh.

Posted by Timothy Favelle in Canada @ 04:23 on Aug 23 2012

I want to see Mark Stuart, Peter Furler and Toby Mac to try and re-form DC Talk. That would be sweet.

Posted by J.M. in Los Angeles @ 01:14 on Aug 23 2012


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