Pocket Full of Rocks

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Pocket Full of Rocks
Origin United States
Genres Christian rock, alternative rock, post-grunge
Years active 1995–present
Labels Warner Bros.
Members Michael Farren
Alisa Farren
Ryan Riggins
Jody Crump
David Rollins
Past members Kyle Lee

Pocket Full of Rocks (PFOR) is an American band formed in 1995.

The band operated independently for 10 years, releasing two albums: Songs to the King (2002) and To Make You Famous (2003). In 2005, they signed with Warner Bros. gospel music entity Word/Myrrh Records.

In 2006, the band was nominated for a Dove Award for New Artist of the Year at the 38th GMA Dove Awards.[1] Their second album with Myrrh, Manifesto, was also nominated for a Dove Award at the 39th GMA Dove Awards.[2]

Band members[edit]

  • Michael Farren - keyboards, lead vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Alisa Farren - vocals
  • Ryan Riggins - electric guitar
  • Jody Crump - bass
  • David Rollins - drums


  • Songs To The King (EP, 2002, independent)
  • To Make You Famous (2003, independent)
  • Song to the King (2006)
  • Manifesto (2007)
  • More Than Noise (2010)


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