Strange Celebrity

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Strange Celebrity was a Christian rock band, formed in Nashville, Tennessee, composing of four members: Luke Brown (lead vocals, guitar), Rick Wilson (drums), Quinton Gibson (guitar), and Tracy Ferrie (bass guitar). The band is now defunct, as Luke Brown has pursued a solo career.


Strange Celebrity formed after founding member Luke Brown relocated from Chattanooga to Nashville.[1] Initially the group was known as Flipside.[2] They released one album in June 2003, titled Remedy, produced by Dan Wilde of the Rembrandts.[3][4][5][6][7] Chris Rodriguez was a musical consultant for the album.[8] Tracy Ferrie has since joined award-winning band Stryper.


Remedy, June 2003 (Squint/Warner)


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