Switchfoot

Switchfoot is a United States rock and alternative rock band that rose to mainstream prominence in the mid-2000s. According to Jon Foreman, the name "Switchfoot" is a surfing term. "We all love to surf and have been surfing all our lives so to us, the name made sense. To switch your feet means to take a new stance facing the opposite direction. It's about change and movement, a different way of approaching life and music."

A number of Switchfoot's songs were included in the 2002 movie A Walk to Remember. Singer and actor Mandy Moore, who starred in the movie, sang Switchfoot's song "Only Hope" during a scene in the movie.

Their latest album, The Beautiful Letdown, has been their most successful to date. The hit single "Meant to Live" enjoyed widespread airplay on rock radio stations and transitioned into the top 40. A re-recorded version of "Dare You to Move" has been high on the charts as well. The song "Gone" has also received airplay on Christian radio stations but wasn't released as an actual single. In 2005, Switchfoot received five Dove Award nominations, including Artist of the Year.

Members

  • Jon Foreman: vocals, guitar
  • Tim Foreman: bass
  • Chad Butler: drums
  • Jerome Fontamillas: guitar, keyboard
  • Drew Shirley: guitar

Discography

  • The Beautiful Letdown (2003)
    • Meant to Live 3.25 min
    • This Is Your Life 4.18 min
    • More Than Fine 4.15 min
    • Ammunition 3.45 min
    • Dare You to Move 4.11 min
    • Redemption 3.07 min
    • The Beautiful Letdown 5.21 min
    • Gone 3.43 min
    • On Fire 4.39 min
    • Adding to the Noise 2.50 min
    • Twenty-Four 4.52 min
  • Learning To Breathe (2000)
    • I Dare You to Move 4.08 min
    • Learning to Breathe 4.35 min
    • You Already Take Me There 2.43 min
    • Love Is the Movement 5.10 min
    • Poparazzi 3.20 min
    • Innocence Again 3.28 min
    • Playing for Keeps 3.44 min
    • The Loser 3.39 min
    • Economy of Mercy 3.56 min
    • Erosion 3.23 min
    • Living Is Simple 5.17 min
  • New Way to Be Human (1999)
    • New Way to Be Human
    • Incomplete
    • Sooner or Later
    • Company Car
    • Let That Be Enough
    • Something More
    • Only Hope
    • Amy's Song
    • I Turn Everything Over
    • Under the Floor
  • Legend of Chin (1997)
    • Bomb
    • Chem 6a
    • Underwater
    • The Edge of My Seat
    • Home
    • Might Have Ben Hur
    • Concrete Girl
    • Life and Love and Why
    • You
    • Ode to Chin
    • Don't Be There

Billboard Chart Positions, by song

  • "Meant To Live," Adult Top 40, peaked at #5
  • "Meant To Live," Mainstream rock tracks, peaked at #36
  • "Meant To Live," Modern rock tracks, peaked at #5
  • "Meant To Live," Hot 100, peaked at #18
  • "Meant To Live," Top 40 mainstream, peaked at #6
  • "Meant To Live," Top 40 tracks, peaked at #9
  • "Dare You to Move," Modern rock tracks, peaked at #9 (as of writing)
  • "Dare You to Move," Top 40 mainstream, peaked at #29 (as of writing)

Billboard Chart Positions, by album

  • New Way to Be Human, Heatseekers, #31
  • New Way to Be Human, Top Contemporary Christian, #21
  • Learning to Breathe, Heatseekers, #34
  • Learning to Breathe, Top Contemporary Christian, #23
  • The Beautiful Letdown, Top Contemporary Christian, #2
  • The Beautiful Letdown, Billboard 200, #16
  • The Beautiful Letdown, Top Christian albums, #1
  • The Beautiful Letdown, Top Internet albums, #16

External Links

  • Switchfoot (http://www.switchfoot.com/)
  • Columbia Records (http://www.columbiarecords.com/)
  • Switchfoot lyrics (http://www.christianrocklyrics.com/switchfoot.php)
  • +Stars+ Switchfoot fansite (http://www.shrimpdesign.com/sf/)

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In 2005, Switchfoot received five Dove Award nominations, including Artist of the Year. It contains the hit single Rescue. The song "Gone" has also received airplay on Christian radio stations but wasn't released as an actual single. It is a straightforward country-blues album. A re-recorded version of "Dare You to Move" has been high on the charts as well. The rap element is totally abandoned here. The hit single "Meant to Live" enjoyed widespread airplay on rock radio stations and transitioned into the top 40. In 2004, Kracker released his third album, Seventy-Two and Sunny.

Their latest album, The Beautiful Letdown, has been their most successful to date. It contained the hit singles In a Little While, Drift Away, and Memphis Soul Song. Singer and actor Mandy Moore, who starred in the movie, sang Switchfoot's song "Only Hope" during a scene in the movie. It blended rap with blues, country, and swing. A number of Switchfoot's songs were included in the 2002 movie A Walk to Remember. 2002 saw the release of No Stranger to Shame. It's about change and movement, a different way of approaching life and music.". As of now, Double Wide has been certified double-platinum by the RIAA.

To switch your feet means to take a new stance facing the opposite direction. It also features a minor hit, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, which features Kid Rock. "We all love to surf and have been surfing all our lives so to us, the name made sense. It contains Kracker's first hit single, Follow Me. According to Jon Foreman, the name "Switchfoot" is a surfing term. Double Wide, Kracker's first album, was recorded in the back of a tour bus during Kid Rock's various tours in 1999 and 2000. Switchfoot is a United States rock and alternative rock band that rose to mainstream prominence in the mid-2000s. Kracker worked with Kid Rock until he became a solo artist in 2000.

+Stars+ Switchfoot fansite (http://www.shrimpdesign.com/sf/). Cracker did not know how to work the turntables, but he soon learned how to, and he became a long-term friend and colleague of Rock. Switchfoot lyrics (http://www.christianrocklyrics.com/switchfoot.php). He met Kid Rock in 1987, and Rock asked Kracker to become his DJ. Columbia Records (http://www.columbiarecords.com/). He started out his career at a young age as a fledgling rapper. Switchfoot (http://www.switchfoot.com/). Clements, Michigan) is an American rock and roll musician.

The Beautiful Letdown, Top Internet albums, #16. Uncle Kracker (born Matthew Shafer 9 November 1974 in Mt. The Beautiful Letdown, Top Christian albums, #1. 2004 - Seventy-Two and Sunny. The Beautiful Letdown, Billboard 200, #16. 2002 - No Stranger to Shame. The Beautiful Letdown, Top Contemporary Christian, #2. 2000 - Double Wide.

Learning to Breathe, Top Contemporary Christian, #23. Learning to Breathe, Heatseekers, #34. New Way to Be Human, Top Contemporary Christian, #21. New Way to Be Human, Heatseekers, #31.

"Dare You to Move," Top 40 mainstream, peaked at #29 (as of writing). "Dare You to Move," Modern rock tracks, peaked at #9 (as of writing). "Meant To Live," Top 40 tracks, peaked at #9. "Meant To Live," Top 40 mainstream, peaked at #6.

"Meant To Live," Hot 100, peaked at #18. "Meant To Live," Modern rock tracks, peaked at #5. "Meant To Live," Mainstream rock tracks, peaked at #36. "Meant To Live," Adult Top 40, peaked at #5.

Don't Be There. Ode to Chin. You. Life and Love and Why.

Concrete Girl. Might Have Ben Hur. Home. The Edge of My Seat.

Underwater. Chem 6a. Bomb. Legend of Chin (1997)

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    Under the Floor. I Turn Everything Over. Amy's Song. Only Hope.

    Something More. Let That Be Enough. Company Car. Sooner or Later.

    Incomplete. New Way to Be Human. New Way to Be Human (1999)

      . Living Is Simple 5.17 min.

      Erosion 3.23 min. Economy of Mercy 3.56 min. The Loser 3.39 min. Playing for Keeps 3.44 min.

      Innocence Again 3.28 min. Poparazzi 3.20 min. Love Is the Movement 5.10 min. You Already Take Me There 2.43 min.

      Learning to Breathe 4.35 min. I Dare You to Move 4.08 min. Learning To Breathe (2000)

        . Twenty-Four 4.52 min.

        Adding to the Noise 2.50 min. On Fire 4.39 min. Gone 3.43 min. The Beautiful Letdown 5.21 min.

        Redemption 3.07 min. Dare You to Move 4.11 min. Ammunition 3.45 min. More Than Fine 4.15 min.

        This Is Your Life 4.18 min. Meant to Live 3.25 min. The Beautiful Letdown (2003)

          . Drew Shirley: guitar.

          Jerome Fontamillas: guitar, keyboard. Chad Butler: drums. Tim Foreman: bass. Jon Foreman: vocals, guitar.

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