Bash-n-the-Code

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Bash-n-the-Code
Genres Christian
Years active 1971–1991
Labels Myrrh/Star Song
Past members Keith Lancaster, Mylon LeFevre, Rebecca Sparks, Greg Sparks, Chris Kearney, Mark Townsend, Scott Charmichael, Trent Dean, Jamie Kearney, Marty MacKeever, Kirk Eberhard, Gary Williams, John Fett James Burks, Rodney A. Gibson, Kevin Stokes, & Scott Beck, Wayne Scott Farley

Bash-n-the-Code, later known as just Bash, was a musical derivative of the band Found Free, a 1970s mellow pop rock unit. The band was founded by Keith Lancaster in 1971, who was heavily involved with the group from its beginnings to its end. With sights set on the teen market, Bash-n-the-Code's albums featured dance-pop music, and their concerts were heavy on theatrics. Their first two albums feature husband-and-wife duo, Greg Sparks and Rebecca Sparks. John Fett and Jamie Kearney provided the lead vocals on More than Enough, while James Burks provided the lead vocals on the fourth and final album.

Mark Townsend often used a ferrari red Jackson soloist, with a burst Gibson Les Paul as a backup, and a Marshall amplifier.

Former members of Bash-N-The Code now reside in cities all over the United States including California, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.

Discography[edit]

  • Bash-n-the-Code (1986)
  • Big Mouth (1987)
  • More Than Enough (1989)
  • Holiday (1991)

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