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With a music career that stretches more than 10 years, Audio Adrenaline has achieved a longevity that only a handful of artists experience in today's fast-paced, ever-changing music industry. Fads come and go, and music trends shift endlessly from genre to genre. So when a band can reach a 10-year milestone and still be crafting clever, innovative, compelling music while continuing to develop a massive, loyal audience base, it's an incredible accomplishment. Audio Adrenaline has achieved just that.
In an effort to encourage kids toward action, Audio Adrenaline and MercyMe have partnered to form a foundation called The Go Foundation. The Go Foundation will highlight 10 to 15 "under-the-radar" missions' organizations the bands want to help bring exposure to. The Go Foundation will act as a conduit to help plug kids directly into an organization that matches their strengths. A national Web site will also be accessible for those who choose to register with The Go Foundation online.
"This is all a challenge to the youth of America - specifically the Christian youth of America," Stuart says. "The worship movement is so strong now, and we just want to challenge kids not to fall in love with feeling good about worship so much that they build a wall around themselves in their youth group. They need to take their worship to the streets, get out in their schools and worship with everything they have. It's all about putting worship into motion, putting faith into action - worldwide."
With a total of seven (going on eight) studio albums to its credit, Audio Adrenaline is approaching sales of more than 3 million units and has garnered 4 Grammy Award nominations, multiple Dove Awards, and a career total of 17 number 1 songs.
Audio Adrenaline has continued to build an ever-widening fan base over the years, and that exposure was magnified in 2001 through the band's high-profile stint on the innovative "Festival Con Dios" Tour, the traveling outdoor festival Audio Adrenaline co-headlined with the Newsboys and the O.C. Supertones. The much-publicized tour was highlighted in media outlets across the country, and was featured in a Newsweek magazine cover story. In 2002, the band was asked once again to co-headline the equally successful second outing of the "Festival Con Dios" with label mate tobyMac, MercyMe, and Out Of Eden.
|2013||Kings & Queens||263|
|2007||Live From Hawaii - The Farewell Concert||414|
|2005||Until My Heart Caves In||2695|
|1997||Some Kind of Zombie||2808|
|1997||Some Kind of Zombie - The Single||611|
|1994||Don't Censor Me Extended Play Remixes||631|
|1993||Don't Censor Me||3158|