Go Fish (band)

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Go Fish
Genres CCM, children's
Years active 1998–present
Labels Ross, Inpop, GFK
Website www.gofishguys.com
  • Jamie Statema
  • Jason Folkmann
  • Steve Goold
  • Jeremy Sanoski
  • Aaron Fabrini

Go Fish is an American contemporary Christian band, originally formed in 1993 by Eric Spickelmier and Jamie Statema, based in Minnesota. For 10 years their music was geared primarily to a teen and adult market, until 2003 when they released Splash!, an album aimed towards children. Since then Go Fish has released several more children's products. They are acapella.


  • Jamie Statema
  • Jason Folkmann
  • Steve Goold
  • Jeremy Sanoski
  • Aaron Fabrini

Former Members[edit]

  • Eric Spickelmier
  • Andy Selness
  • Paul Burmeister
  • Jarred Dove


In May 2007 Focus on the Family's children's magazine, Clubhouse Jr, featured Go Fish on their cover. The same year, Go Fish launched a weekly radio called Go Fish Kids Radio.[citation needed]

Go Fish have release curriculum for Vacation Bible Schools in several years. "Backstage with the Bible" in 2009,[citation needed] "Kickin' it Old School" in 2010,[citation needed] "Praise" in 2012,[1][2] "Gotta Move" in 2013.[citation needed], and "Shine" in 2014.


  • Out of Breath (1997, Ross Records; Acappella)
  • Acappella (1998, Ross Records; Acappella)
  • Part of the Proof (1999, Ross Records; Acappella)
  • More Than a Story (1999, Christmas; re-released 2001 under Inpop Records)
  • Live: Created for this (2000, Ross Records)
  • Infectious (August 1, 2001, Inpop Records)
  • Parade (January 7, 2002, Inpop Records)
  • Splash (2003, under the Go Fish Kids label [GFK])
  • Superstar (2004, GFK)
  • Snooze (2005, GFK)
  • Showtime (2005, GFK)
  • Snow (2006, GFK)
  • Snazzy (October 2007, GFK)
  • Party Like a Preschooler (2008, GFK)
  • Kickin' It Old School (August 2010, GFK)
  • Christmas with a Capital "C" (2010, GFK)
  • The Best of Go Fish Kids (Summer 2011, GFK)
  • Kids Music (2012, GFK)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Go Fish - VBS 2012 "Praise"". YouTube. September 19, 2011. Retrieved August 4, 2013. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]