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Rock: 90's Rock Rock: Acoustic Moods: Christian
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Broken ... Whole

by Broken

Edgy rock/alternative, ecclectic and versitile with deep lyrical content. Styles range from heavy distorted "Nirvana" like to classic "Neal Young" flavor to light acoustic.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Twenty Questions
6:02 album only
2. Reach
4:28 album only
3. Drown
5:16 album only
4. Worship in the Wilderness
3:43 album only
5. Amy's Song
6:02 album only
6. Coal
3:31 album only
7. Desire
4:01 album only
8. Empty Heart
5:05 album only
9. Dry Bonz
4:04 album only
10. Broken Whole
4:46 album only


Album Notes
We met at our church where three of us played together on our rockin' church worship band. Our principal song writers were looking for a vehicle to make our songs sound in our ears like they sound in our heads :). We met our drummer and bassist/violinist and started to jam. We clicked!

Musically we range in sounds/styles from classic rock to alternative rock to "Alice in Chains" sound to acoustic ... and a few we simply can't classify :)!

Our vision with this project was to put a real edge to the lyrical content of our songs, in order to relate to and bless anyone who has ever gone through tough "breaking" times. We have been there and found that there is nothing like the healing touch of God's tough love to make something better and Whole out of a broken heart or life.

Bev Thomas (or Lee depending on where you know her from) - songwriter, lead vocals, BGV's, acoustic and electric guitars. Special Education teacher and consummate beach bum/surfer by day, local Myrtle Beach area performer by night. She is in the process of "officially" registering her record label, Hidden Recordz.

Jim Renaud - songwriter, lead vocals, electric solos and lead guitars, beverage and entertainment consultant. Jim plays James Tyler electric guitars. Jim is an account manager by day, and versitile gutsy lead guitar player by night. He also leads worship for the kids service at church in Harrisburg, PA. (Jim just got married in July :) ... congrats!)

Ben Nystrom - all drums, drum stylings, drum tuner, drum stick breaker, good advice man. Ben plays Keplinger Snares, Ayotte Drums, Zildjian Cymbals. Ben has recently moved to Minneapolis from Harrisburg, and he also got married last spring, and is expecting (he looks so sweet pregnant:) He owns and operates his own construction materials distribution company.

Dave Berger - bass guitar, violin, neck beard man, "weirdo" vocals. Dave plays ... well ... everything, but for this project he played a Fender P bass he fished out of the ocean, and the violin he rented in elementary school. Dave is a jack of all trades and instruments and an incredibly great guy!

Jim Zitch - keyboard, keyboard stylings. Jimmy Z. is an instructor at a local computer school. He plays in the church worship band in Harrisburg, PA and has recently played on a movie soundtrack!

*For Myrtle Beach area booking information, email Leemusic77@aol.com, or call 843-651-7412



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Ron R.

What can I say ... ??
I've known Bev/Lee and Jim and Jim for a VERY long time, having played in bands with all three--and I was shocked...! The depth of playing skill is amazing! this truly speaks from their hearts and will totally tantalize your ears as well! You'll love it!!

Lyndon James

Hot vocals and very creative styles.
I found this project to be deep, wonderfully diverse and well produced. Strengths ... vocals, especially female, gutsy lead guitars and haunting use of violin. Weaknesses ... could have used more BGV's.