Something Like Silas

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Something Like Silas
Origin San Diego, California
Genres Christian alternative rock
Years active 2000–2006
Labels Sparrow
Associated acts Future of Forestry
Website somethinglikesilas.com
Past members
  • Eric Owyoung
  • Nick Maybury
  • Luke Floeter
  • Spencer Kim
  • Ben Wurzell
  • John Luzzi
  • Malina Owyoung
  • Lenny Beh

Something Like Silas was an American Christian alternative rock band from San Diego, California.

Background[edit]

The band played at the Hume Lake Christian camp before being signed onto Sparrow Records in 2003. They were also the regular band at Flood, a ministry that met at Kearny High School in San Diego, and was pastored by Matt Hammett. In late 2006, the band members regrouped, with a different musical direction, as Future of Forestry.[1]

Members[edit]

Final
  • Eric Owyoung - lead vocal, guitar, keys
  • Nick Maybury - guitar, vocals, keys
  • Luke Floeter - bass, keys
  • Spencer Kim - drums
Former members
  • Ben Wurzell - bass
  • John Luzzi - bass
  • Malina Owyoung - keyboards, vocals
  • Lenny Beh - drums

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Creation's Call - Independent (2000)
  • Something Like Silas Live - Independent (2001)
  • SL Silas EP - Independent (2002)
  • Glimpses - Independent (2003)
  • Divine Invitation - Sparrow Records (2004)

Singles[edit]

  • "Prayer for Santana" - Independent (2001)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Something Like Silas Official Site". somethinglikesilas.com. Retrieved 2006-12-16.