The trio P150 (which include members Brandon Snider, David McCollum, and Carey Scott Laney) puts a fresh spin within the “boy music group” genre by injecting gospel to their dance-pop tunes. Originally called Hearts burning, the group started in 1995 in North Alabama, until they split up due partly to continuous lineup juggling. Ultimately Snider, McCollum, and Laney reunited in 1997 to create the primary of P150, which means Psalm 150 from your Bible. Nonetheless it wasn’t an easy task to keep carefully the band afloat in the beginning, as its users juggled their musical profession with schooling. After determining to focus completely on music, P150 authorized using the Orchard label, issuing their debut documenting, Open Your Eye, in Oct of 2001.