On their third album, Time, Third Day
intentionally gravitated toward a roostier, looser, more "southern"
feel for Time than was evidenced on their previous projects.
Opting to record in Atlanta at Southern Tracks studios
(Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Black Crowes), Third Day set
up their amplifiers in a circle and recorded all of the instruments
simultaneously in an effort to capture their dynamic live chemistry.
Blending elements of rock 'n' roll, blues, country, rockabilly,
and gospel, Third Day sought with Time to further refine the personal,
honest evocative, no frills sound that produced nine #1 singles,
garnered three Dove Awards and a Grammy award nomination and sold
over 400,000 copies of their first two records.
Third Day's tendency to dwell on matters of faith and relationship
with God has served to create an ever-present, underlying sense
of worship in their songs that audiences have been quick to connect
Recommended Third Day album: Offerings