In recent years there have been a number of LDS or part-LDS bands that have
risen to prominence and become successful (The Killers, Neon Trees, Imagine
Dragons, etc.) but this is the first I’ve seen in which all of the members
are active, believing members of the Church and are at the same time dedicated
to making great rock music. I congratulate them on being able to straddle the
line so well, although I caution them in the event that they become too
successful not to forget who they are.
Sorry I have posted that one twice. Thought the first one was lost, but now I
see two - and have been trying to get the Moderator's attention to DELETE
either one of them. Warm regards, Sidon Surfer (ALSO KNOWN AS Bob the Nephite)
Have been listening to Red Yeti for well over a year and a half. Also have been
with my wife to a half dozen shows around Utah County. For some reason when I
listen to their tunes I thing of Eagles or Doors. But when you know what the
guys are, you can even thank you have to like! 'Brother' has been a
hit with me. It seems to have a baptizm theme "...down in the water is
where you find yourself." Also 'Second Chance' is excellent
road-trip rhythm. And isn't a 'second chance' what Repentance is
all about? The new music we heard last month for the EP has not had a chance to
grow on me yet, but I am sure it will. Regards, Bob.
I sure like Red Yeti. Have been listening for well over a year and have gone to
a half dozen shows. For some reason when I listen to their tunes I think of
Eagles or Doors. But the best thing is that I CAN like the guys I have to
thank! "Brother" has been a great hit with me. It seems to have a
baptism theme; "...down in the water is where you find yourself." And
Second Chance, this is excellent road trip rhythm and isn't 'the
second chance' what repentance is all about? AND there is the new EP they
introduced lately. It hasn't grown on me yet, but I am sure it will!
I live way down in Florida, but I'm going to find your music and order a
cd. Clean music...how refreshing! Keep up the good work.
Pure rock n' roll is honesty and honesty is truth. if they just stay away
from drugs and sex they'll be fine.
I've also heard them play, and they are very good. Very entertaining. I
wish them the best of luck.
Whate'er Thou Are Art, Act Well Thy Part.
I think it's great that more Mormons are getting into music and setting a
good standard! Good luck to you guys!
I've heard these guys play...and they rock!! I'm happy to see them
finally get some attention!
Can't you see you're not making Christianity better, you're just
making rock and roll worse.Hank HillSorry I
couldn't resist, it's always been one of my favorite King of the Hill
lines.In reality I hope these young men find great success.