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OriginFranklin, Tennessee, US
GenresContemporary Christian music
Years active2005–present
MembersJason Barton
Past membersCollin Stoddard
Chris Lockwood

33Miles is a contemporary Christian band with country music influences from Franklin, Tennessee.


The band began playing in Nashville and signed to INO Records, who released the band's debut album, 33Miles, in 2007. The album peaked at No. 8 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers albums chart and No. 16 on its Top Christian Albums chart.[1] In 2008, their next album, One Life charted at No. 161 the Billboard 200[2] and No. 4 on Billboard Top Christian Albums chart.[2] In 2009, they released their Christmas album, Believe. Their 2007 song, "There is a God", was played as the wake-up call music for the Space Shuttle astronauts on their STS-128 mission on September 3, 2009.[3] Pianist Collin Stoddard left the group in 2009 to become a pastor. In 2010, Barton and Lockwood continued on and released Today. In 2014, Lockwood left the band.



  • Jason Barton – lead vocals (formerly of True Vibe)


  • Collin Stoddard – piano, backing vocals (2005–2009)
  • Chris Lockwood – guitar, backing vocals (2005–2014)



Year Single Album Hot Christian
Songs Peak
2007 "What Could Be Better" 33Miles 11
"There Is a God" 25
2008 "Thank You" 12
"One Life to Love" One Life 10
2009 "Jesus Calling" 26
"Joy to the World" Believe 17
"Finally Christmas" 22
2010 "Where I Wanna Go" Today 46
"Arms That Hold the Universe"
"What Grace Looks Like"
2013 "Let It Be Glory" Let It Be Glory
2019 "Angels We Have Heard on High" non-album single



  1. ^ a b Billboard, Allmusic.com
  2. ^ a b "33Miles One Life Chart History". Billboard.
  3. ^ "Discovery and ISS wake up for Patrick G. Forrester". You Tube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-21. Retrieved December 2, 2019.
  4. ^ "The Visionary Awards". hallmuseum.com. Archived from the original on December 29, 2010.
  5. ^ 39th GMA Dove Award Nominations Announced on CBN.com

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