Telecast (band)

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Telecast
Origin U.S. flag Spokane, Washington, United States
Genres Christian rock
Labels BEC
Website www.myspace.com/telecastmusic
Members Josh White, Bobby Love, Luke Stillar, Brook Mosser, Zach Hodges, John Mark Comer, Ashley Elder
Past members Marquis Ashley, Adam Breeden, Brian Ortize, Nick Tibbetts

Telecast is a Christian worship band. The band began in Spokane, Washington with songwriter, Josh White, guitarist Brian Ortize, Marquis Ashley and Nick Tibbetts.[1] Telecast released its debut album, The Beauty of Simplicity, on BEC Records in 2003, and followed it with Eternity is Now on the same label in 2005. In 2008 they released their third album, Quiet Revolution.

Band members[edit]

Original line-up[edit]

The band members that recorded The Beauty of Simplicity were Josh White (vocals, acoustic guitar), Marquis Ashley (bass guitar), Adam Breeden (guitars), Zach Hodges (keyboards), Brian Ortize (guitars, vocals), and Nick Tibbetts (drums).

Brian Ortize is now the worship pastor at Calvary Spokane, in Spokane, Washington. Marquis Ashley is now the worship pastor at Calvary Spokane, in Spokane, Washington.

Josh White[edit]

Lead singer Josh White recorded a solo project, The Followers, in 2009, which also features former members of Rock and Roll Worship Circus, Ruth, Esterlyn, and Starfield. In March 2010, White began recording another solo project through the church he pastors, Door of Hope, to be released summer of 2010. He would later released a third solo album named Absolution.

White began a church in Portland, Oregon called Door of Hope. He was previously a teaching pastor and lead worship pastor at Solid Rock in Portland. He is married to Darcy White and they have two children, Henry and Hattie Star.

Discography[edit]

  • The Beauty of Simplicity (2003)
  • Eternity Is Now (2005)
  • Quiet Revolution (2008) U.S. Christian No. 49[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sutton, Michael. "Telecast > Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved February 10, 2007.
  2. ^ Billboard, Allmusic

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