Chris Taylor (Christian rock musician)

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Chis Taylor
Origin San Antonio, Texas, United States
Genres Christian rock
Years active 1997–present
Labels Rhythm House
Associated acts Love Coma
Website www.christaylorworld

Chris Taylor is an American singer-songwriter, based in San Antonio, Texas. He is the former lead singer of Love Coma and later a solo performer.

Taylor's 2000 album, Worthless Pursuit of Things on the Earth, was nominated as Rock Album of the Year for the 2001 Dove Awards.[1]


  • 1997: Good Thing single (Rhythm House)[2]
  • 1998: Down Goes the Day (Rhythm House)[3][4]
  • 2000: Worthless Pursuit of Things on the Earth (Rhythm House)[5]
  • 2001: The Lo-Fi Project (independent)[2]
  • 2001: Brand New Ache (independent)[2]
  • 2004: Under the Sun (independent)[2]
  • 2008: Rock and Roll Heart (independent)[2]
  • 2010: Twilight Sunrise (independent)[2]
  • 2010: Music is the Engine (independent)[2]
  • 2011: Everything Begins Here (independent)[2]
  • 2011: Songs Along the Way compilation[2]
  • 2012: Frame the Light[2]
  • 2013: Stranger's Clothes[2]
  • 2013: Postcards From the End of Time[2]

Chris Taylor and Dave Stewart (formerly of the Eurhythmics, worked with Mick Jaggar, Bono, Sinéad O'Connor, etc.) have co-written a song called "Here and Gone (But Everlasting)".[citation needed]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ EP News. "Third Day leads Dove nominations with nine". Christian Times. Christian News Association. Archived from the original on July 22, 2012. Retrieved April 13, 2008. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Chris Taylor: Biography
  3. ^ "A Review by The Phantom Tollbooth". Retrieved February 10, 2014. 
  4. ^ Communiqué Journal: Down Goes the Day (review) Archived April 8, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ CMT: Worthless Pursuit of Things on the Earth (profile)

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