The Christian rock-band Whiteheart was formed in 1982 by singer Steve Green, guitarist Dann Huff, bassist Gary Lunn, keyboardists Tag Gersmehl and Billy Smiley, and drummer David Huff, a lot of the members alumni of Expenses Gaither’s group. After debuting having a self-titled work issued on the house Sweet House label, Green exited the line-up, and was changed by vocalist Scott Douglas for 1984’s Essential Indications; another roster swap exchanging Dann Huff for guitarist Gordon Kennedy once again shook in the Whiteheart audio before 1985’s Hotline. The rest of the Huff sibling, David, split immediately after its launch, as do Douglas; fresh vocalist Rick Florian and drummer Chris McHugh had been installed with time for 1986’s Don’t Await the Movie, the final Whiteheart record to feature Gary Lunn. With the help of fresh bassist Tommy Sims for 1987’s Crisis Broadcast, just Gersmehl and Smiley continued to be through the group’s unique line-up; somewhat incredibly, the discharge of 1989’s Independence heralded no roster adjustments, however in the weeks to check out Kennedy, Sims and McHugh all remaining the fold to become changed by guitarist Brian Wooten, bassist Anthony Sallee and drummer Tag Nemer for 1990’s Powerhouse. Nemer quit immediately after, and even though McHugh came back to record nearly all 1992’s Stories of Question, the drummer’s chair was eventually stuffed by Jon Knox. Another Whiteheart LP, 1993’s Highlands, presented the same line-up, but Sallee departed ahead of 1995’s Inside, cut with fresh bassist John Thorn. By 1997’s Redemption, Whiteheart offically contains Gersmehl, Smiley and Florian, curved out by studio room players.