Pocket Full of Rocks
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|Pocket Full of Rocks|
|Genres||Christian rock, alternative rock, post-grunge|
|Past members||Kyle Lee|
Pocket Full of Rocks (PFOR) is an American band formed in 1995.
The band operated independently for 10 years, releasing two albums: Songs to the King (2002) and To Make You Famous (2003). In 2005, they signed with Warner Bros. gospel music entity, Word/Myrrh Records.
In 2006, the band was nominated for a Dove Award for New Artist of the Year at the 38th GMA Dove Awards. Their second album with Myrrh, Manifesto, was also nominated to a Dove Award at the 39th GMA Dove Awards.
- Michael Farren - keyboards, lead vocals, acoustic guitar
- Alisa Farren - vocals
- Ryan Riggins - electric guitar
- Jody Crump - bass
- David Rollins - drums
- Songs To The King (EP, 2002, independent)
- To Make You Famous (2003, independent)
- Song to the King (2006)
- Manifesto (2007)
- More Than Noise (2010)