10 Interesting Facts about Casting Crowns

Have you heard Facts about Casting Crowns?Casting Crowns is a contemporary Christian and Christian rock band started in 1999 by youth pastor Mark Hall, who serves as the band’s lead vocalist, as part of a youth group at First Baptist Church in Downtown Daytona Beach, Florida.They later moved to Stockbridge, Georgia, and more members joined.Some members of the band currently work as ministers for Eagle’s Landing First Baptist Church in McDonough, Georgia. The band has won a Grammy and a Dove Award.Now, its time to check the 10 interesting Facts about Casting Crowns.



Facts about Casting Crowns 1:History

Christian rock group Casting Crowns began as a student worship band in Daytona Beach, Florida, in 1999. Led by singer, songwriter, and youth pastor Mark Hall, the group initially included guitarists Juan DeVevo and Hector Cervantes, violinist Melodee DeVevo, and drummer Rob Cervantes (a.k.a. Chavez). The group relocated to Stockbridge, Georgia

Facts about Casting Crowns 2:Albums

        Casting Crowns Album


The resulting eponymous album, Casting Crowns, was released in 2003 on the Beach Street imprint. The album quickly made them one of the fastest selling debut artists in Christian music history.Lifesong followed in 2005, debuting at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album had three singles: “Lifesong”, “Praise You in this Storm”, and “Does Anybody Hear Her?”.

Facts about Casting Crowns 3: “Voice of Truth”

The song “Voice of Truth” from Casting Crowns’ debut album was written around Hall’s struggles with learning issues as a child.Mark Hall was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child

Facts about Casting Crowns 4: “So Far to Find You”

              So Far to Find You Lyrics


Mark and Melanie Hall adopted a little Chinese orphan girl, Meeka Hope, in 2010. The Halls were accompanied by the wife of Steven Curtis Chapman, Mary Beth, on their trip To China to pick up little Meeka. He wrote the song “So Far to Find You” about the experience.

Facts about Casting Crowns 5:Recent Years

Casting Crowns was one of the only American bands to ever have been invited to North Korea. They attended the 2009 Spring Friendship Arts Festival in Pyongyang where they performed with The Annie Moses Band. This was Casting Crowns’ second time invited to the festival sponsored by Global Resource Services, the first time being in 2007

Facts about Casting Crowns 6:Personal life

Mark Hall has been married to Melanie since the early 1990s. He first met her in fifth grade and the song “Angel” references the first time he saw her.

Facts about Casting Crowns 7:Youth Pastors

The seven band members work in student ministry in the Atlanta area, with lead vocalist Mark Hall serving as a full-time youth pastor at Eagles Landing church. They often tour from Thursday to Saturday so that they can be home for church on Sunday morning and Wednesday night.

Facts about Casting Crowns 8: “ministry of discipleship.”

The band’s lyrics are born out of real life situations, inspired by the many hundreds of students and families Hall has led as student pastor on a weekly basis since 2001 at Eagles Landing Baptist church. Hall describes their music as a “ministry of discipleship.”

Facts about Casting Crowns 9:Grammy Award

“Lifesong” spent nine weeks in the top spot, with “Praise You in This Storm” remaining at No. 1 for seven weeks. Apart from being successful in the charts, Lifesong earned Casting Crowns their first Grammy Award for their work on the album in 2006.

Facts about Casting Crowns 10:Achievements

           Achievements 10 million albums


Career sales have exceeded 10 million records.Voted CCM Readers’ Choice Awards “Favorite Band”, “Favorite New Artist” and “Favorite Album” in 2005.”Lifesong” voted “Inspirational Single of the Year” by online music fans in the 2005 CCMSingles.Net Awards.”Praise You in this Storm” was the fifth most played song of 2006 according to R&R magazine.

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