|Years active 2005 – present|
|Origin Birmingham, Alabama, United States|
Past members Jacob Blount JD Frazier Dustin Sauder Jamie Sharpe
Members Wes Willis, Kevin Huguley, Jacob Chesnut, Jamie Sharpe, Jacob Blount
Record labels Entertainment One Music, Essential Records, Midas Records Nashville, Midas Records
Genres Christian rock, Rock music, Independent music, Contemporary Christian music
Albums Carry Us Now, We Once Were, Wonder of the World, Rush of Fools
Rush of fools your love
Rush of Fools is a Christian rock/contemporary Christian music band from Alabama, U.S. They are known for their 2007 hit single "Undo", co-written with producer Scott Davis, which was the most played song of 2007 on Adult Contemporary Christian Music radio stations according to R&R magazine. It was the No. 1 Christian song for five consecutive weeks from June 4 to July 2, 2007 on 20 The Countdown Magazine's charts. Their second single "When Our Hearts Sing" was the seventh most played song of 2007. The band's name was taken from the Biblical passage, 1 Corinthians 1:26-31.
- Rush of fools your love
- When our hearts sing rush of fools
- Musical career
- Dove Award nominations
The band's second album, Wonder of the World, was released on September 16, 2008. It features their hit song "Lose it All".
For their third album, the band changed to the record label eOne Christian Music. The album is titled We Once Were and was released on September 27, 2011. The lead single, "Grace Found Me" was released June 24, 2011.
When our hearts sing rush of fools
Starting up as a small band in Alabama, Rush of Fools had only played for a short time before entering a contest called "Band with a Mission". Winning the contest, they received attention from record labels, including Midas Records, with whom Rush of Fools soon recorded and released their self-titled debut album.
Dove Award nominations
Can't Get AwayRush of Fools · 2007
When Our Hearts SingRush of Fools · 2007
UndoRush of Fools · 2007