Last modified: 01 Oct 2010
A look back at highlights in Delirious? history...
Despite the band having already ended, a group of fans started a Facebook campaign to get History Maker
into the UK charts at Easter. More than 65,000 people signed up to the group and helped get the single to Number 4, the band's highest ever chart position. Farewell Show
, the live recording of the band's final concert was also released on CD/DVD & BluRay.
Delirious? released a live CD/DVD, titled My Soul Sings
in March, recorded live in Bogota, Colombia during the band's South American Tour the previous year.
As the band approached their farewell tour, they released History Makers: Greatest Hits
. Their final concert
together came on 29th November at London's Hammersmith Apollo.
Best-of worship album Deeper
is released, while in the USA the long awaited release of Audio Lessonover, now renamed Touch
takes place. There's also another live album in the form of Access:d
, and even a Spanish language album, Libertad
In the summer Delirious? hold a spectacular Beach Party
in Littlehampton, and a support slot on Bryan Adams UK Tour
The band are again in the UK charts, this time with Its OK
video gets released and new album Glo
wows the Christian music scene.
Stu, Stew and Jon take part in the London Marathon
Having been joined by electrician Stu G (guitars) and art student Jon Thatcher (bass), the band gave up their day jobs to go full time as 'Delirious?' and set up their own record company, Furious? Records. Live album Live & In The Can
was also released.
Now known as 'The Cutting Edge Band', they recorded 4 mini albums, imaginatively titled Cutting Edge
1,2,3,Fore, and sold them from the back of their car after the youth events.
Producer/engineer Martin Smith (vocals and guitars) teamed up with studio owner Tim Jupp (keyboards) and graphic designer Stew Smith (drums) to provide the music for a local event called 'Cutting Edge' in Littlehampton, UK, aimed at joining the dots between church and young people. Biography