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Wednesday 4th January 2006

Rock worship band Pocket Full Of Rocks sign to revamped Myrrh Records.

WORD'S relaunched Myrrh Records subsidiary has signed the band Pocket Full Of Rocks as the first act on its new roster. The group has led worship around the US since 1995 and its songs "Let It Rain" and "Let The Worshippers Arise" have been recorded by Michael W Smith and Phillips, Craig & Dean respectively. Pocket Full Of Rocks' debut Myrrh album will be released in the US in March 2006.  CR

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Posted by Janet B in Sugar Land @ 13:59 on Jul 6 2010

PFOR relates to today's generation and its thirst for the truth. Their music is fresh and their leadership in worship is sincere. We sing along in the car on our road trips!

Janet B

Posted by Madison Risner in Clinton Ky @ 15:21 on Nov 23 2008

Hi I went to fall festivel this weeked and you were great I loved your music. I ask my mom if i could have your CD for christmas. Thank you for this weekend it changed my life and not only did the speakers but the music did too.

Posted by Sally Williams @ 19:18 on Oct 25 2007

Is the music to Let the Worshippers Arise available free online?

Posted by Sherry Ruslink in Lake Fork, Texas @ 19:20 on Jun 1 2006

My son, who goes to Grace Church, introduced me to PFOR - Song to the King. I have just about worn out my CD listening to the beautiful music and songs that they have recorded. Keep up the great work for the Lord!

Sherry Ruslink

Posted by Brandon in Oklahoma @ 05:44 on May 15 2006

This cd is amazing. Our praise team listens to it every Sunday morning before worship. Best Christian cd of the year.

Posted by orville farren in nash tx @ 15:20 on Feb 10 2006

you will not find a band that is anymore annointed in worship than PFOR. every song on the cd will draw you into a deeper intimacy with God.

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