The alternative CCM group Grammatrain comprised singer/guitarist Pete Stewart, bassist Dalton Roraback and his drummer brother Paul. Formed in Seattle, in 1994 the trio self-released their eponymous debut LP, grabbing the attention of ForeFront Records label exec Eddie DeGarmo, who immediately signed Grammatrain to release their 1995 sophomore effort Lonely House. The record became a major hit on Christian radio outlets, launching the hits "Believe," "She Don't Know" and "Execution" while also notching a Dove Award nomination for Best Modern Rock/Alternative Album. Flying followed in 1997. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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