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Rush Of Fools          

Sometimes aspiring artists spend years and years developing their music before being placed on a national platform.

Rush of Fools is a Christian rock-contemporary Christian music band known for their 2007 hit single "Undo," which was the most played song of 2007 on Adult Contemporary Christian Music radio stations.

The band's name was taken from the Biblical passage, 1 Corinthians 1:26-31. The band's current members, after several changes to the lineup, are Wes Willis (lead vocals, guitar), Kevin Huguley (vocals, guitar), Jacob Chesnut (bass guitar), Patrick Sweeney (guitar), and Grant Harbin (keyboards).

Rush of Fools, which formed in Birmingham, Alabama, had only played together for a short time before traveling to Nashville, Tennessee, to compete in a contest called "Band with a Mission." Rush of Fools ultimately won the competition and scored a record deal, which resulted in their debut album, 2007's eponymous Rush of Fools.

In 2019, Rush of Fools released their fifth album, Better Word.

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