Audio Adrenaline

Audio Adrenaline is a Christian rock band that formed in the late 1980s at Kentucky Christian University in Grayson, Kentucky. During the band's 17-year existence, they were awarded two Grammy awards, multiple Dove Awards and they released 17 number one singles. They were regular performers at the annual Creation Festival, Spirit West Coast festival and Agape Music Festival. Audio Adrenaline also performed at the Alive Festival every year up to their last performance in June 2006. In 2012 the band reformed with an altered lineup.

Read more about Audio AdrenalineEarly History, 1990s, 2000s, Reunions, Books, Side Projects

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