Foolish Things

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Foolish Things
Origin Aurora, Colorado, USA
Genres Rock
Years active 1997–2008
Labels Inpop Records
Members Mark Labriola II
Isaac Jorgensen
Nate Phillips
Shaul Hagen
James Rightmer

Foolish Things is a Rock/Alternative/Christian rock band previously signed with Inpop Records.


The band took their name from 1 Corinthians 1:27–29 "God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise".[1]

The band won the coveted Music in the Rockies competition for unknown Christian artists in 2000.[1]

They had been putting out demo CDs and EPs for many years when they released a much anticipated full-length album titled Let's Not Forget the Story on July 18, 2006.[2]

Farewell Tour – May 2008[edit]

After 10 years of working together, during their tour, they announced that they would be disbanding.

Upon releasing their second full-length album in early 2008, the band played their last show in Denver on May 15, 2008 at the Gothic Theatre.

American Idol[edit]

Mark Labriola, the groups lead singer, made an appearance on Fox's American Idol in 2010. He was dismissed in the coveted "Hollywood Week."





  • Spirit Come (2006)
  • Who Can Compare (2007)


  1. ^ a b CD Review at, Retrieved March 14, 2007
  2. ^ Let's Not Forget the Story at, Retrieved March 14, 2007

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