The rock-band Ten Shekel Clothing was originally formed by Lamont Hiebert, Tommy Lee, and Austin Morrison, pulling their unusual name from a Paris Reidhead sermon. (Entitled Ten Shekels along with a Clothing, the message urged people never to look for God for what He is able to do to them.) Ten Shekel Clothing authorized with Vertical Music, and released their debut recording, Very much, in 2001. Risk, made by Brent Milligan, adopted in 2003 on M2.0 Information. The band after that authorized with Rounder Information, which released Jubilee in 2008. At that time down to simply Hiebert, Ten Shekel Top afterwards re-released the record on Hiebert’s very own label, Artwork and Action Mass media.