Audio Adrenaline's Bio:
Grammy-Award-winning Audio Adrenaline is releasing Hands and Feet, its first book with Regal Books. The book takes the reader on a true-life adventure of one of Christian music’s best-loved bands, along with a missions team of young people as they journey together to build an orphanage in Haiti and minister to children in desperate need.
In this travelogue-style journal about a powerful journey, readers will learn about Haiti, hear directly from the members of Audio Adrenaline, meet Drex and Joe Stuart (Audio Adrenaline front man Mark Stuart’s parents who lead the project in Haiti), read journal entries from the students who went to Haiti, find inspiration for their own mission and outreach and hear about how lives are being changed. The book also features a day in the life of a child of Haiti and appendices for mission trip preparation and essentials.
Deep in the heart of Haiti lies The Hands and Feet Project, a non-profit organization and orphanage founded by the band members of Audio Adrenaline for impoverished children who desperately lack the resources most of us take for granted. Superstition and voodoo still cast their spells over the Haitian people who live in one of the poorest nations in the world. Through this journal, full of personal stories, readers will discover what it is like to live in the embattled country of Haiti – and how it is possible to change the world, one child at a time.
“We started the project to provide a place for orphaned children in Haiti to receive a roof over their heads and plenty of food as well as to come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ as their savior,” says Mark Stuart. “It’s also a place where people from the States can come and see what it is to serve and be the hands and feet of Jesus to the people of Haiti.”
Since 1991, Audio Adrenaline has taken a full throttled blast of musical passion, melded it with a compassionate desire to impact the world at large and added members’ rock-solid grounding in reality with their vulnerable, no holds barred songwriting. Thanks to earnest performances and undying appreciation for its fans, the group has sold over three million records and racked up 18 No. 1 singles, two GRAMMY Awards and four Dove Awards. The band’s Bloom recording was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1999 and they were awarded the prestigious “Song of the Decade” crowning in the 90s for “Big House” by CCM Magazine.
Audio Adrenaline will add a final chapter to its substantial career with ADIOS: The Greatest Hits, releasing Aug. 1. After 15-years of music, mission and service, Audio Adrenaline is saying “adios,” offering one more nod to its considerable fan base with the album and an aggressive tour itinerary through the end of this year.
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