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Since they became a band in the mid 90’s, to date Audio Adrenaline has sold over three million records, has garnered two GRAMMY® Awards (for Best Rock Gospel Album of the Year for Until My Heart Caves In and Worldwide) and multiple Dove Awards. The band has achieved 17 No. 1 singles, was awarded CCM Song of the Decade for “Big House” and their 1996 album Bloom received RIAA Gold certification. In 2007, Audio A’s lead vocalist Mark Stuart had to step down due to a medical condition called spasmodic dysphonia (involuntary muscle spasms of the larynx). Forced to stop singing altogether, the band chose to disband, turning their energies to their Hands & Feet Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing long-term, family-style care for orphaned and abandoned children of the world with the love of Christ.
In 2012, prompted by a series of conversations with noted CCM artist manager Wes Campbell (Newsboys), Mark Stuart and Will McGinniss re-launched Audio Adrenaline, in partnership with Campbell and his agency, First Company Management. Together, they invited former DC Talk vocalist Kevin Max to be the new frontman for the band, as well as rounding out the new lineup with several CCM veteran musicians. Together, Audio A returns with the same heart, passion and infectious musical prowess, while serving as spokesmen for the Hands & Feet Project.
In the summer of 2004 the members of the award-winning Christian music group, Audio Adrenaline, founded the Hands & Feet Project. Inspired by fan reaction to the band’s song “Hands and Feet,” the Hands & Feet Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing long-term, family-style care for orphaned and abandoned children in need of a home and family. The organization broke ground on their first Children’s Village in Cyvadier (Jacmel), a small town on the Southern coast of Haiti, and began their journey of serving the forgotten children of the impoverished Caribbean nation. Currently, they are focusing on building Children’s Villages in the Caribbean nation of Haiti and are caring for approximately 100 children while employing more than 70 Haitian men and women, including construction crews.
Each village is built with the dual purpose of caring for the children and providing a place for partners to come serve with the staff of Hands & Feet on short-term mission trips. Their villages are lead by American and Haitian staff members who are committed to the Hands & Feet family values. Visit for more information: Handsandfeeproject.org.