Sweet Comfort Band

Sweet Comfort Band

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Sweet Comfort Band was a Christian rock band that first performed in 1972 in Riverside, California, and were active until 1984. The band was composed of keyboardist/lead vocalist Bryan Duncan, guitarist/vocalist Randy Thomas and brothers Kevin (bass guitar) and Rick (drums/vocals) Thomson. Although the band was the brainchild of the Thomson brothers, Duncan and Thomas quickly became the driving creative forces performing most of the writing duties for the group. SCB also became well-known for their highly detailed, airbrushed album cover art, a trend that had previously been considered too costly for Christian groups who did not produce the high-volume album sales of mainstream bands such as Kansas.

Sweet Comfort Band was a late entry into Jesus music with their 1977 self-titled release on Maranatha! Records. When they started, they had a funky, jazzy, R&B and 70's rock sound. This set them apart from many of the bands in the nascent Contemporary Christian music industry who were primarily performing folk-rock and soft rock. Few bands had the musicianship displayed by this quartet. However, Maranatha! decided to quit releasing rock and roll albums and focus on children's releases, gospel and worship music. The band did not fit the new direction, so Light Records welcomed them for their sophomore release Breakin' The Ice. The next six years saw them touring heavily to support their releases and the band drifted towards a more traditional radio-rock sound. Keyboard-Wizard...
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