Shaded Red

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Shaded Red
OriginColorado, U.S.
GenresAlternative rock, Christian rock
Years active1993–2000
LabelsCadence
Past members

Shaded Red was a Christian alternative rock band from Denver, Colorado, in the United States. It was formed in 1993 by brothers Jamie Roberts (vocals and guitar) and Jonathan Roberts (guitars, bass, trumpet, piano). In 1997 they released their debut self-titled album through Cadence. On January 17, 1998, the band was struck by tragedy when their van hit a patch of black ice returning from a concert. Drummer Chris Yeoman was killed[1] and Jon Roberts was left with a shattered pelvis. It was at this time the band considered calling it quits but decided to press on instead.

In 1999, the band released their second album, Red Revolution. The album was a moderate success and features a remake of the Benny Hester song "When God Ran". The band has since broken up, and brothers Jamie and Jonathan currently reside in Los Angeles.

Discography[edit]

  1. Caught
  2. Collide
  3. Let It Out
  4. Faker
  5. Found Someone
  6. Something
  7. Falling For You
  8. Dreamin
  9. Fear Not
  10. Far Away
  11. Sunk
  12. Use Me
  • Love, Peace and Joy (1997) Christmas compilation
  1. Silent Night
  2. Angels
  • Red Revolution (1999)
  1. Revolution
  2. Hello
  3. Innocence
  4. Wait
  5. When God Ran
  6. About My Love
  7. Slow Suicide
  8. One Year
  9. Touch
  10. Rat Race
  11. Endless Summer Days
  12. Tonight

References[edit]

  1. ^ Obituaries, nwi.com, 19 January 1998

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