The Normals

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The Normals
OriginNormal, Illinois
GenresChristian alternative rock, Punk Rock/alternative
Years active1998 (1998)–2002
Past membersAndrew Osenga
Mark Lockett
Clayton Daily
B.J. Aberle
Cason Cooley
Mike Taquino
Steve Hindalong

The Normals were a Christian alternative rock band formed in 1998 by Andrew Osenga, Mark Lockett, and Clayton Daily. The name of the band honors their hometown of Normal, Illinois. The band's lineup also included B.J. Aberle, Cason Cooley, Mike Taquino, and Steve Hindalong. The Normals released three albums with ForeFront Records and garnered two GMA Dove Award nominations before disbanding in 2002.[1]


  • Better Than This (1998) - The Phantom Tollbooth
  • Coming to Life (2000)
  • A Place Where You Belong (2002)


  1. ^ Contemporary Musicians: Profiles of the People in Music - Page 117 Angela Pilchak - 2005 "Signed to ForeFront Records, April 1998; released debut album Better Than This, 1998; released albums in 2000 and 2002; ... band members bid mutual au revoirs to one another and ended the first phase of The Normals' performance career.

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