Sixpence None the Richer made their mark with 1997's 'Kiss Me,' which thrust them into the alterna-pop spotlight alongside such acts as the Cranberries and 10,000. Sixpence None the Richer (also known as Sixpence). Both albums were produced by Armand John Petri, who also managed the band from 1993 to 1997.
Artist Discography •, 2015 [Word] •, 2012 (independent) •, 2010 [Indieblu] •, 2008 [Nettwerk] •, 2008 (independent) • The Best Of Sixpence None the Richer (Re-Issue), 2006 [Word] • The Early Years, 2005 [Compendia] •, 2004 [Word] •, 2002 [Reprise] • Mega 3 Collection, 2002 •, 1999 [Flying Tart] •, 1997 [Squint] •, 1996 [R.E.X.] •, 1995 [R.E.X.] •, 1994 [R.E.X.] • The Original Demos, 1992 (independent) Compilation Contributions •, 2011. 'Kiss Me' [Word] •, 2010. 'Prayer' [FCS] •, 2010. 'Breathe Your Name' [EMI CMG] • What I Want For Christmas., 2008. 'Carol of the Bells' (from The Dawn of Grace) [Nettwerk] • Merry Happy Christmas, 2008.
'Christmas For Two' (from The Dawn of Grace) [Nettwerk] • Peace On Earth: Peaceful Holiday Songs, 2008. 'It Came Upon A Midnight Clear' [SpringHill] • Full Circle: A Celebration Of Songs And Friends by Charlie Peacock, 2004. 'Every Heartbeat' [Sparrow] •, 2004. 'Kyrie Eleison', 'Precious Jesus', 'Beautiful Scandalous Night', & 'With Every Breath' (all from City On a Hill) [Essential] •, 2004. 'Love Is Blindness' [Sparrow] • Maybe This Christmas Too, 2003.
'It Came Upon A Midnight Clear' [Nettwerk] •, 2003. 'Breathe Your Name' [EMI CMG] •, 2003. 'Kyrie Eleison' (Leigh & friends); 'Beautiful Scandalous Night' (w/ Bebo Norman) [Essential] • View From The Top Soundtrack, 2003. 'I've Been Waiting' (from Divine Discontent) • Smallville Soundtrack, 2003. 'Don't Dream It's Over' (from Divine Discontent) [Elektra] • How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Soundtrack, 2003.
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'Kiss Me' (from Sixpence None The Richer) [Virgin] •, 2002. 'Christmastime Is Here' [Word] •, 2002. 'Silent Night;' 'It's Christmas Time' & 'O Holy Night' (featuring Leigh Nash) [Essential] • For The Kids, 2002.
'Good Night Children Everywhere' [Nettwerk Records] •, 2002. 'I Just Wasn't Made For These Times' [Silent Planet] • Felicity: Senior Year, 2002. 'Melody of You' (from Divine Discontent) • Lynne Me Your Ears: A tribute to the music of Jeff Lynne, 2001. 'On The Run' [Not Lame] • Today Presents: The Best Of The Summer Concert Series (NBC’s Today show), 2000. 'Us' (live) •, 2000.
'The Ground You Shook' [Squint] • Snow Day Soundtrack, 2000. 'There She Goes' (from Sixpence None the Richer) • Here On Earth Soundtrack, 2000. 'I Need Love' (new), 'We Have Forgotten' (from Sixpence None the Richer) • One-World Youth Day 2000, 2000. 'Love (Remix)' [Word] • Bounce Soundtrack, 2000. 'Need To Be Next To You' (by Leigh Nash), 'Love' (from Sixpence None the Richer) •, 2000. 'You're Here;' 'Precious Jesus' & 'With Every Breath' (featuring Leigh Nash) [Essential] •, 1999. 'You're A Mean One Mr.
Grinch' [BEC] • Dick Soundtrack, 1999. 'Dancing Queen' •, 1999.
'Breathe' (from Divine Discontent) [Word] •, 1999. 'Breathe' (from Divine Discontent) [Word] • 7ball GAS Collection 13, 1999. 'I Can't Catch You' (from Sixpence None the Richer) [VoxCorp, Inc] • Lilith Fair Volume 3, 1999. 'Kiss Me (live)' • Songs From the Book, 1999. 'Trust' (newer version) [Word] • One Silent Night, 1999.
'Babe In the Straw' (by Leigh Nash) •, 1998. 'Bouquet' [VoxCorp, Inc] • She's All That Soundtrack, 1998.
'Kiss Me' (from Sixpence None the Richer) •, 1998. 'Brighten My Heart' [Rocketown] • 7ball GAS Collection 3, 1997. 'Love' (from Sixpence None the Richer) [VoxCorp, Inc] • Christmas in Heaven, 1996. 'You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch' [Flying Tart] • Splendora EP - by Splendora, 1996. 'Rainy Day Assembly' [Flying Tart] • Artcore Volume One, 1995.
'Leigh And Me' Leigh Nash w/ Starflyer 59 [Tooth & Nail] • R.E.X. 95 [Sampler], 1995. 'Angeltread' [R.E.X.] •, 1995. Livro Novo Cantemos Todos Pdf.
'Road to Zion' [Star Song] •, 1994. 'Bouquet' [R.E.X.] • Can You Dig It?, 1994. 'Falling Leaves' [R.E.X. Download Cooking Academy 4 Free Full Version. ] • ACM Journal’s 3rd Anniversary Compilation CD, 1992.
Sixpence None the Richer performing in in 2013 Background information Origin, United States Genres, Years active 1992–2004, 2007–present Labels,,,,, Members Justin Cary Rob Mitchell Past members T.J. Behling Dale Baker Joel Bailey James Arhelger J.J. Plasencio Sean Kelly Jerry Dale McFadden Jason Lehning Sixpence None the Richer (also known as Sixpence) is an American that formed in, eventually settling in. They are best known for their songs ' and 'Breathe Your Name' and their of ' and '. The name of the band is inspired by a passage from the book. The band received two nominations, for 'Kiss Me' and for. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • Biography [ ] Origin of the band's name [ ] Vocalist described the origin of the band's name on the: It comes from a book by C.
Lewis called. A little boy asks his father if he can get a sixpence—a very small amount of English currency—to go and get a gift for his father. The father gladly accepts the gift and he's really happy with it, but he also realizes that he's not any richer for the transaction. Lewis was comparing that to his belief that God has given him, and us, the gifts that we possess, and to serve him the way we should, we should do it humbly—realizing how we got the gifts in the first place. Formation and early years (1992–1996) [ ] Guitarist/songwriter met Leigh Nash in the early 1990s. They recorded a demo, which circulates as 'The Original Demos', with bassist T.J.
Behling at Verge Music Works recording studio in Dallas, and eventually an album,, for the independent label REX Music in 1993. The record featured Chris Dodds (a member of, in which Slocum also played guitar). Shortly after the release of The Fatherless and the Widow, Slocum left Love Coma to pursue Sixpence None the Richer full-time. The band added (guitar), Joel Bailey (bass) and Dale Baker (drums) to tour in support of The Fatherless and The Widow. On this tour the band traveled the US, opening for the Choir, the newly reformed 10,000 Maniacs, Audio Adrenaline, Pray For Rain, Over The Rhine, and more.
In the fall of 1994, the band left for their first tour of Europe. The club and festival tour saw them performing with bands such as the Proclaimers, Newsboys, Julie & Buddy Miller, and many more. The band added J.J.
Plasencio (bass) for 1995's. Both albums were produced by Armand John Petri, who also managed the band from 1993 to 1997. Shortly after the release of This Beautiful Mess, Wiley left the band. Into the mainstream (1997–2003) [ ] In 1997, the group signed to 's label and released, which slowly began garnering attention from a wider audience in the mainstream industry.
Although Placencio played bass on most of the album, he left the band in May 1997, before it was released and was replaced by Justin Cary, who joined the band around the same time as second guitarist Sean Kelly. In 1998, ' was released as a single, propelling Sixpence None the Richer into the national pop spotlight. In 1999, the band released their cover of ' ', which became their second hit single and propelled them into the limelight again. Sixpence appeared on the,, and numerous morning talk shows. 'There She Goes' was added to subsequent pressings of the self-titled album.
In 2000, Sixpence None the Richer contributed the song 'Us' to Today Presents: the Best of Summer Concert Series CD, which raised money for the National Research Alliance. Later that year, the band recorded a Japanese version of 'Kiss Me', which was released exclusively in Japan on an EP with numerous versions of the song, as well as remixes of other songs on the self-titled album. The band had a follow-up album ready to release, but their label started to fall apart, leaving the band in limbo for several years.
Finally, Squint Entertainment folded and that album,, was released in October 2002. Baker left the band before that album's release and was replaced by Rob Mitchell. The album itself differs significantly from the first pre-release version of it that had circulated: the songs 'Us', 'Deeper', 'Don't Pass Me By', 'Too Far Gone', 'Northern Lights', and 'Loser Like Me' were cut, and 'Down and Out of Time', 'A Million Parachutes', 'Tonight', 'Waiting on the Sun', and a cover of 's ' were added. All of the unreleased songs were eventually featured on singles or compilations, with the exception of 'Deeper'. Two of Divine Discontent's singles, 'Don't Dream It's Over' and 'Breathe Your Name', received significant radio airplay and appeared on various charts. Disbanding (2004) [ ] On February 26, 2004, Matt Slocum announced that the group had disbanded.
On July 22, 2004, it was reported that Matt Slocum had started a new band, the Astronaut Pushers, with Lindsay Jamieson (of the band Departure Lounge) and Sam Ashworth (son of influential musician ). John Davis (of the band Superdrag) joined the band in 2005. The Astronaut Pushers released a self-titled, four-song EP on their own label, Runway Network, in 2005. Sam Ashworth reported via MySpace that he and Slocum had acquired and were operating a recording studio in Nashville in early 2006. Leigh Nash solo work (2005–2007) [ ] Leigh Nash began work on a solo album titled with producer in the fall of 2005. Nash's first single ' was released on July 14, 2006. The album Blue on Blue was released by under Nash's own imprint, One Son Records and the album's official release date was August 15, 2006, she also released the Christmas EP Wishing For This on November 14, 2006.
In 2007, Nash worked a collaboration with and of called. Nash contributed vocals to 'All the World', 'Some Day the Wind', 'Draw My Life', 'Let It Go', 'Without You', 'Rafe' and 'All Alone'. In 2011, she released a worship album entitled 'Hymns and Sacred Songs,' first of three contracted solo albums through a partnership with Kingsway Music. In an interview with FUSE TV, [ ] Leigh mentioned that the next project would be an ambient worship album.
Reunion (2007) [ ] In November 2007, Sixpence None the Richer reunited. They released an EP on the website in 2008, the band's first official release since The Best of Sixpence None the Richer in 2004. The EP was removed from NoiseTrade in early 2009. In October 2008, they released a Christmas album titled. Nash commented, 'Sixpence fans have been asking for a Christmas album for as long as I can remember. It was something we always wanted to do, but somehow time got away from us. Now that we are back together, we thought a Christmas album would be a nice gift for our long-time supporters.
We love it and hope they will too!' In December 2008 Sixpence joined the 'Love Came Down at Christmas Tour' to play songs from The Dawn of Grace, along with, and. Lost in Transition (2009–present) [ ] Sixpence signed to and played a headline slot at the 2009 in the UK. According to, the band began recording a new album in January 2010. The album, titled Strange Conversation, was originally slated for an August 24, 2010 release. The putative release date was later changed to March 8, 2011.
On April 12, 2011, Nash shared that record label problems had been resolved and that the album would be released. New recordings of the songs 'Failure' and 'Safety Line' were released as streaming audio on the band's Facebook page in July 2011. In December 2011, Leigh Nash announced in interviews that the album had been renamed Lost in Transition and that the band was intending to self-release it in March 2012. She also mentioned the possibility of more than one Sixpence release in 2012. On February 2, 2012, Leigh Nash posted on Sixpence None the Richer's official Twitter feed that the album would be released in May 2012. The song 'Radio' from the album debuted on Perez Hilton's site on May 15, 2012. In an interview with Matt Slocum describes the song: “While driving and listening to the radio, an old favorite song inspires a man to reminisce about an old relationship born from a road trip.'
The album was released on August 7, 2012. On November 12, 2016, the band performed at Love Love Rock Festival in, with hits Don't Dream It's Over, Kiss Me and There She Goes. Band members [ ] Current members • – vocals (1992–2004, 2007–present) • – guitar, cello (1992–2004, 2007–present) • Justin Cary – bass (1997–2004, 2008–present) • Rob Mitchell – drums (2001–2004, 2012–present) Former members • T.J. Behling – bass (1992–1993) • – guitars, vocals (1994–1996, 2008) • Dale Baker – drums (1993–2001) • James Arhelger – bass (1993–1994) • Joel Bailey – bass (1994) also in • J.J. Plasencio – bass (1995–1997) • Sean Kelly – guitars (1997–2004) • Jerry Dale McFadden – keyboards (2001–2004) • Jason Lehning – keyboards (2012–2013) Discography [ ]. The Recording Academy.
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