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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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