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Audio Adrenaline at Corpus Christi, TX in American Bank Center 2017
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Fan Reviews

Michelle
February 6th 2017
I love the range of their music and it translates to a great live performance. The stage was too small for them (I missed their normal energy that comes with having more space on stage).
Corpus Christi, TX@
American Bank Center
Tony
September 22nd 2016
Kinda disappointed that original lead singer wasn't with them?
Crystal Springs, MS@
Chautauqua Park
Tasha
June 22nd 2016
The concert was awesome!!!!
Springfield, MO@
Dayspring Church
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About Audio Adrenaline

Audio Adrenaline was a Christian rock band formed in the early 1990s at Kentucky Christian College in Grayson, Kentucky, USA. Along with dc Talk, Newsboys, and Jars of Clay, they quickly became one of the most successful Christian pop/rock bands of the 90s. They are best known for their 1993 hit "Big House," and were a main attraction at the annual Creation Festival, Spirit West Coast festival, and Agape Music Festival. Audio Adrenaline was also a staple at the Alive Music Festival where it taped its live concert DVD "Worldwide."

The band was formed under the name of A-180 by Mark Stuart, Barry Blair, and Will McGinnis. (As of 2005, Stuart and McGinnis were the only remaining original members.) The three men, along with Ron Gibson and Mark's brother, David, became a popular local band—booked by the school nearly every weekend.

The band's big break would come in the form of Bob Herdman. Bob went up to Audio Adrenaline with two songs he had written, "My God" and "DC-10". After "My God" was recorded—under the band name Herdman had created, "Audio Adrenaline"—it was sent to radio stations and scaled the charts quickly. Forefront Records decided to offer a record deal to A-180 but had them change their name to Audio Adrenaline. Bob joined the band, and David left to focus on his family.

Audio Adrenaline, after over 10 years as a band, have decided to call it quits. The Reason given was that lead vocalist, Mark Stuart, is having "ongoing vocal challenges". Their final album appropriately titled 'Adios' was released 1 August 2006. The band was to play their final show on April 28, 2007 at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu, Hawaii. At least that was the plan. But when their steadfast fans just couldn't let them go there, Audio Adrenaline extended their tour with MercyMe and came back to the mainland, playing their final shows in Spokane Washington and a few other cities on the west coast.
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Genres:
Christian, Gospel, Christian Rock, Christian-gospel, Christian/gospel
Band Members:
Jack Campbell, Adam Agee, Dave Stovall, Brandon Bagby
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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Live Photos of Audio Adrenaline

Audio Adrenaline at Corpus Christi, TX in American Bank Center 2017
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Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
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Fan Reviews

Michelle
February 6th 2017
I love the range of their music and it translates to a great live performance. The stage was too small for them (I missed their normal energy that comes with having more space on stage).
Corpus Christi, TX@
American Bank Center
Tony
September 22nd 2016
Kinda disappointed that original lead singer wasn't with them?
Crystal Springs, MS@
Chautauqua Park
Tasha
June 22nd 2016
The concert was awesome!!!!
Springfield, MO@
Dayspring Church
View More Fan Reviews

About Audio Adrenaline

Audio Adrenaline was a Christian rock band formed in the early 1990s at Kentucky Christian College in Grayson, Kentucky, USA. Along with dc Talk, Newsboys, and Jars of Clay, they quickly became one of the most successful Christian pop/rock bands of the 90s. They are best known for their 1993 hit "Big House," and were a main attraction at the annual Creation Festival, Spirit West Coast festival, and Agape Music Festival. Audio Adrenaline was also a staple at the Alive Music Festival where it taped its live concert DVD "Worldwide."

The band was formed under the name of A-180 by Mark Stuart, Barry Blair, and Will McGinnis. (As of 2005, Stuart and McGinnis were the only remaining original members.) The three men, along with Ron Gibson and Mark's brother, David, became a popular local band—booked by the school nearly every weekend.

The band's big break would come in the form of Bob Herdman. Bob went up to Audio Adrenaline with two songs he had written, "My God" and "DC-10". After "My God" was recorded—under the band name Herdman had created, "Audio Adrenaline"—it was sent to radio stations and scaled the charts quickly. Forefront Records decided to offer a record deal to A-180 but had them change their name to Audio Adrenaline. Bob joined the band, and David left to focus on his family.

Audio Adrenaline, after over 10 years as a band, have decided to call it quits. The Reason given was that lead vocalist, Mark Stuart, is having "ongoing vocal challenges". Their final album appropriately titled 'Adios' was released 1 August 2006. The band was to play their final show on April 28, 2007 at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu, Hawaii. At least that was the plan. But when their steadfast fans just couldn't let them go there, Audio Adrenaline extended their tour with MercyMe and came back to the mainland, playing their final shows in Spokane Washington and a few other cities on the west coast.
Show More
Genres:
Christian, Gospel, Christian Rock, Christian-gospel, Christian/gospel
Band Members:
Jack Campbell, Adam Agee, Dave Stovall, Brandon Bagby
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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