Since their formation in 1997, Chicago-based Christian
rock/alternative/worship music group Daniel's Window has been hitting
the road hard and eagerly putting their music out for the public to
hear. Their history includes performances at many camps and church conferences,
including Acquire the Fire, Youth Encounter and Planet Wisdom conferences.
In recent years, they have been touring over 120 dates a year and sharing
stages with fellow Christian music artists Third Day, Steven Curtis
Chapman, Skillet, Salvador, and Rebecca St. James. Their sound is similar
to No Doubt, Sonicflood, Garbage, and The Benjamin Gate.
Daniel's Window is comprised of husband and wife Caleb
and Heather King (keyboards, vocals), Alby Odum (guitars/programming),
Bill Coleman (bass), and Jesse Burkhead (drums). Throughout their early
years, Daniel's Window put out many indie records that they sold at
their own shows and at the major conferences and festivals that they
played at. Their first full-length CD, It's a Mystery, was released
in 2001 through True Tunes Records. In 2003, they made the move to Cul
De Sac Records and released Illuminate. Strangely Looking Forward was
released in 2004 through Cross Driven Records.
The band is quite proud of their latest album and feel
as though it is much more mature in presentation and contains stronger
lyrics than their previous two releases. Strangely Looking Forward contains
10 songs that collectively reflect the band's fervent commitment to
their faith and unwavering stance on spreading the Gospel of Christ
wherever they go.
Recently, Daniel's Window has joined the Christian Music
Makeover program in an effort to promote their new album. The program
is reality-based with a spiritual spin and allows fans to see into the
daily lives of the band members through weekly-updated journals, photos,
and devotionals on the web. For participation in the program, Daniel's
Window received some very special gifts including guitars, stage tools,
make-up, and a personal trainer.
Daniel's Window Achievements:
* a spot on Christianity Today's 2002 "10 New Artists
You Should Know" list.
* 1st place finish at the Christian Artists' Seminar in the Rockies
Band Competition in 1999.
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