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Editors’ Notes

A fulfillment of the promise shown on earlier small-label projects, the band sounds on top of their game here, reveling in brash power-pop on the upbeat tunes and embracing a shimmering, classically-tinged feel on the ballads. Front and center is singer Jenny Simmons, who matches indie-rock spunk with impressive vocal command. (Think Fireflight’s Dawn Richardson crossed with Margaret Becker.) Her ebullience makes tracks like “This Could Be Our Day,” “All That Matters,” and “Sticking with You” sparkle, with able support provided by Ryan Simmons’ chunky yet deft guitar lines and Jeff Sutton’s kit-punishing drum work. The band executes a funky strut on “It Just Takes One” and slides effortlessly from acoustic pop into a propulsive dance groove on “Always Love.” The album’s slower numbers display both lyric depth (particularly the contemplative pop hymn “What Do I Know of Holy”) and elegant sonic texturing, and Chris Stevens’ boldly-delineated production heightens the impact of the tracks.

Customer Reviews

Great Album!

I LOVE this band, I have been waiting for this album for soooo long! If you don't buy the whole album (which you definintaly should do), the songs that you should totally get are All That Matters, What Do I Know of Holy(my all time favorite), and Run. Those are my favorites. But all of the songs are AMAZING!!!!!! And you need to check out their podcast, it's hilarious! Thanks for taking the time to read this! ~me

Simply Fantastic

I saw Addison Road at a Planet Wisdom Conference for the second straight year just a month ago and I was blown away by how much they had progressed musically since the other time I had seen them and how much they were able to progress me spiritually. It was a mesmeric experience that can only be expressed in the very music it has come by. I would recommend this album to anybody who needs to get in touch with the roots of their faith as well as anybody who appreciates good music. I cannot wait to see how far this group will go and how many lives they will touch.

A Blessing from God!

I just bought the cd three days ago, and I've listened to it countless times since then. Addison Road has a distinct sound and style, which really makes them enjoyable to listen to. I really love the positivity that is enforced throughout their songs. After listening to their album, I was curious to learn more about the band...and I stumbled upon Jenny Simmon's blog. I definitely recommend reading it. It's fun, entertaining, and honest...most of all, it provides a perspective that really deepens the listening experience.


Formed: 2001 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Addison Road's combination of alternative pop/rock and Christian sensibilities took root in 2001, when Baylor University students Jenny Chisolm and Ryan Simmons (who later married) were approached with a lucrative offer to play a youth group event. Although the two did not have a band, they quickly assembled a lineup comprised of bassist Travis Lawrence, drummer Jeff Sutton, and guitarist Ryan Gregg. The gig was successful, and Addison Road continued onward as a quintet, relocating to Dallas after...
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