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Believable Picnic


Vocalist/guitarist Jade Hanson, the older sibling of PFR frontman Joel Hanson, come up with Believable Picnic in Nashville with bassist Jason Burkham, a Minnesota local and PFR affiliate who have relocated to Tennessee upon learning from the elder Hanson’s programs to create a pop-oriented, Christian guitar-rock work (much like King’s X, with tips from the Beatles and Queen). These were ultimately joined up with by keyboardist Nick Ayres and studio-only drummer Jeff Bridges, who elected never to tour to be able to stick with his family members. Believable Picnic debuted in 1996 on Total Records using a self-titled record, which produced effective singles in “Big Fats Nothing at all” and “Squandered.” The follow-up, Thanks for visiting the Future, made an appearance in 1998.

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Full Name Believable Picnic
Music Songs Big Fat Nothing, Mr. Good Intentions, Days of Joy, Who's to Blame, Lion's Den, Shed My Skin, Hollywood Appeal, Goodbye Girl, Ride the Wave, Easy Chair, Spaceman, Little Ditty @ 108bpm, Listen, Sugar, Flowers, Roller Coaster, Shangri-La, Bleed, Wasted, New Year's Eve, Superstar
Albums Believable Picnic, Welcome to the Future

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