Skillet formed in 1996 with two members: John Cooper, former vocalist for Tennessee progressive rock band Seraph, and Ken Steorts, former guitarist for Urgent Cry. In 1996 they released a self-titled debut Skillet. It was well-received, and the trio continued to write new material as they toured the United States.
Skillet is also a Christian band. The Coopers, a husband-and-wife writing team, run lyrics by their pastor at Kenosha's Living Light Christian Church (co-founded by Korey's parents, Timothy and Carol Pingitore) to see if they're “theologically sound.”
Said Skillet's frontman John Cooper, "Lori told us about two months ago that she felt that it was time for her to come off the road and start a new chapter in her life. We are of course going to miss her!
Track listingNo.TitleLyrics1."I Can"John Cooper2."Gasoline"Cooper3."Saturn"Ken Steorts4."My Beautiful Robe"Cooper
Living Light Christian ChurchBut Skillet isn't strictly a hard-rock band. It's also a Christian band — John grew up in a devout family in Memphis, and Korey's parents co-founded Living Light Christian Church in Kenosha. Skillet has 21 No.
She has no plans to exit Skillet. “We're all on the same team and we're all kind of mixed into everything,” Ledger says. “John is actually going to be singing on one of my songs and Korey is co-producing all of it and writing it with me, so it's ridiculously perfect.
John Cooper net worth: John Cooper is an American musician and singer who has a net worth of $12 million. John Cooper was born in Memphis, Tennessee in April 1975. He is best known for being the lead singer and bassist of the Christian rock band Skillet....John Cooper Net Worth.Net Worth:$16 MillionNationality:United States of America
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