Foolish Things

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Foolish Things
Origin Aurora, Colorado, United States
Genres Rock, alternative rock, Christian 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 rock/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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