The Send

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The Send
Background information
Birth nameJoseph A. Kisselburgh
OriginAlbany, Oregon, United States
GenresAlternative rock, Christian rock
Years active2006–2008 (hiatus)
LabelsTooth & Nail

The Send was an alternative rock project of Falling Up ex-guitarist, Joseph A. Kisselburgh of Albany, Oregon, currently signed to Tooth & Nail Records. His debut album, Cosmos, was released on July 31, 2007. Before this was even released, though, his song, "The Fall", was featured on Charlotte's Web: Music Inspired By The Motion Picture, a compilation album with music inspired by the 2006 movie of Charlotte's Web. On June 23 The Send began a winter retreat with labelmate, Hawk Nelson, around Major League Baseball venues. The first single off Cosmos was "An Epiphany," which quickly gained some success, reaching No. 5 on Christian Hit Radio. has links to record label Tooth & Nail, and management companies Third Coast Artists and Paradigm management. However, none of those sites have The Send listed on their active roster. In fact, the only site to have any information on the Send at all is The Send is on their "Archived Artists" page. However, on April 4, 2008, there was a post on The Send's official blog stating that the group is not done.[1] Despite this, no other news concerning the project has been announced.

According to, The Send has begun progress on their next album, which is planned for a 2011 release. The first word of the album's title is "Leaving".[2]

On August 8, 2010, domain expired without renewal, and the domain was purchased by an advertising company. There has been no activity on any of The Send's official pages Myspace since the post, and the last login for the Send Myspace was mid-2010. No word has been given as to whether or not The Send will continue its project, is on hiatus, or has completely disbanded.


Title Year Label Peak Position - Top Christian Albums
Cosmos 2007 Tooth & Nail Records No. 47


Song Year Album Peak Position - Top Christian Songs
"An Epiphany" 2007 Cosmos No. 5
"Need" 2007

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  1. ^ " Archive". The Send Online. Archived from the original on July 2, 2008. I HAVE been on a much needed extensive break, but, no, I'M NOT DONE —Joseph A. Kisselburgh
  2. ^ " Archive". The Send Online. Archived from the original on July 2, 2008. OH! p.s. I DO have a title for the new record, but I will reveal it as slowly as possible. The record title has 3 words, and today I will reveal 1 of them: Leaving ____ _____ If anyone wants to send in some guesses, I would enjoy that! —Joseph A. Kisselburgh