Everyday Sunday

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Everyday Sunday
Everyday Sunday.jpg
Trey Pearson of Everyday Sunday performing in 2010
Background information
Origin Columbus, Ohio, United States
Genres Pop punk, pop, power pop, alternative rock, Christian rock
Years active 1997–present[1]
Labels Flicker, Inpop
Website everydaysunday.com
Members Trey Pearson
Past members Kevin Cramblet
Jesse Counts
Tyler Craft
Chris Hines
Nick Spencer
Micah Kuiper
Jon-Paul Kauffman

Everyday Sunday is an American rock band from Columbus, Ohio made up of Trey Pearson (founding member). The old band released two albums on Flicker Records including Stand Up and Anthems for the Imperfect. Wake Up! Wake Up! was the debut album on Inpop released May 22, 2007 on Inpop Records.

On March 13, 2009 the band was involved in an automobile accident in Valparaiso, Indiana. The vehicle and trailer went off the road and flipped three to four times, ejecting Craft and trapping the other three inside the vehicle. They were taken to a local hospital where they were treated and released.[2]

In an interview given to Ohio-based (614) Magazine, in May 2016, lead singer Trey Pearson publicly announced that he is gay.[3][4][5][6][7][8]

Band Members[edit]

Current[citation needed]
  • Trey Pearson


Former[9]
  • Kevin Cramblet
  • Jesse Counts
  • Wade James
  • Tyler Craft
  • Aaron Eikenberry
  • Brandon Eikenberry
  • Chris Hines
  • Dan Hunter
  • Andrew Martin
  • Jason Siemer
  • Chris Saiben
  • Nick Spencer
  • Micah Kuiper
  • Jon-Paul Kauffman
  • Collin Wilbrandt

Singles[edit]

  • "Calculate" iTunes release June 11, 2012
  • "Lies and Fear Go Hand in Hand" (No. 6 on ChristianRock.Net)
  • "Breathing for Me" (No. 1 on Christian Rock 2010 for four consecutive weeks)
  • "Best Night of Our Lives" (No. 1 on Christian Rock 2009 for 5 consecutive weeks)
  • "Wake Up! Wake Up!" (No. 1 played Christian Rock song of 2007)
  • "Find Me Tonight" (No. 1 on Christian CHR, 10th most played song on U.S. Christian Hit Radio stations in 2007)
  • "Let's Go Back" (Top 5 on Christian Rock and Top 10 Christian CHR) (2007)
  • "Apathy for Apologies" (Top 5 on Christian Rock)
  • "I Won't Give Up"
  • "To the Skies"
  • "Lose It Again"
  • "Comfort Zone"
  • "Gypsy Girl (What Love Is)"
  • "Mess With Your Mind" (former Top 5 song on ChristianRock.Net)
  • "Wait"
  • "Just a Story"

Discography[edit]

Album Release date Label
Sleeper 2001 Independent
Stand Up 2002 Flicker Records
Anthems for the Imperfect 2004 Flicker Records
Wake Up! Wake Up! 2007 Inpop Records
Best Night of Our Lives 2009 Inpop Records
A New Beginning EP 2013 Independent

Music videos[edit]

  • "Wait" from their 2001 album Sleeper
  • "Lose it Again' from their 2002 album Stand Up
  • "Comfort Zone" from their 2004 album Anthems for the Imperfect
  • "Gypsy Girl (What Love Is)" from their 2004 Anthems for the Imperfect
  • "Wake Up! Wake Up!" from their 2007 album Wake Up! Wake Up!
  • "Calculate", 2012
  • "Solar" 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Everyday Sunday Discography". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 1 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Rodney (13 March 2009). "Everyday Sunday Hurt in Crash". Stereotruth. Archived from the original on 5 January 2011. Retrieved 1 June 2016. We just got word from our good frined [sic] Mo at Nightvision Managemment about Everyday Sunday. Please be praying for the guys in Everyday Sunday. The guys were hurt a few moments ago in an accident in Valparaiso, IN. They are currently being taken by ambulance to the local hospital.

    Update from Everyday Sunday's manager…
    A miracle took place today in Valparaiso, IN. All four members of the band have checked out okay and are being released from the hospital.
     
  3. ^ Tharrett, Matthew (31 May 2016). "Trey Pearson, Lead Singer of Christian Rock Band Everyday Sunday, Comes Out As Gay". Logo. Viacom International Inc. Retrieved 1 June 2016. The lead singer of popular Christian rock band Everyday Sunday has come out as gay in an interview with the Ohio-based entertainment magazine (614), and published an open letter to fans explaining his decision to live openly and how it relates to his faith. 
  4. ^ Merritt, Jonathan (31 May 2016). "Christian rock star comes out as gay. Here's the letter he wrote to the world". Religion News Service. Retrieved 1 June 2016. Trey Pearson, 35, was overcome with emotion halfway into our first interview, and it is easy to understand why. For the past 15 years, he's been the lead singer of the popular Christian rock band Everyday Sunday. But he decided to put his career on the line this week and acknowledge to his fans that he is gay. 
  5. ^ Zauzmer, Julie (31 May 2016). "'I never wanted to be gay': Christian musician comes out, in moving letter to fans". The Washington Post. Retrieved 1 June 2016. As Trey Pearson toured all 50 states as a Christian rock star, he shared some of his truth – his faith in the Gospel – but not all of it.
    Pearson never told anyone – his fans, his conservative Christian family, his wife – that he was gay. Until now.
     
  6. ^ Ennis, Dawn (1 June 2016). "Christian rocker Trey Pearson comes out in letter to fans". LGBTQ Nation. Retrieved 1 June 2016. He's sung Gospel rock on stage all across the country, but Trey Pearson has never told the truth about his sexuality – until now. Pearson revealed he is gay in a letter to his fans on his website, according to the Independent. 
  7. ^ Zauzmer, Julie (1 June 2016). "Christian musician Trey Pearson comes out in moving letter to fans". The Independent. Retrieved 1 June 2016. As Trey Pearson toured all 50 states as a Christian rock star, he shared some of his truth -- his faith in the Gospel -- but not all of it.
    Pearson never told anyone -- his fans, his conservative Christian family, his wife -- that he was gay. Until now.
     
  8. ^ Urbanski, Dave (2 June 2016). "Christian Rocker Comes Out as Gay: ‘I’ve Tried My Whole Life to Be Straight’". TheBlaze (TheBlaze Inc.). Retrieved 2 June 2016 – via Associated Press. Christian rock star Trey Pearson has come out as gay in a magazine interview. 
  9. ^ Everyday Sunday Biography at AllMusic.com, accessed 3 June 2016.

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