Christian Girl Bands

Becca, Alyssa, and Lauren Barlow were best known to the world as BarlowGirl. For years, the three sisters from Elgin, Illinois lived together, worked together, worshiped together and made incredible music together with an during that time, they helped kick open the door for female-fronted Christian rock bands.

Signed by Fervent in 2003, their self-titled debut came out in 2004. After that, the band released three other albums was nominated for several Dove Awards and had the longest running #1 song in both 2004 and 2005.

They had a great rock sound that blended incredible harmonies with music that got you on your feet, but they're not the only ones that made that sound work. So if you liked BarlowGirl, check out...

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Flyleaf - 2014
Flyleaf - 2014. Loud & Proud Records

Formed in 2000 in Texas, Flyleaf was led by Lacey Mosley (now Sturm) for 12 years before she left to spend more time with her family. Now with Kristen May on the mic, the band still rocks hard every time they take the stage.

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Icon For Hire. Tooth & Nail Records

Formed in 2007 in Decatur, Illinois, the voice of Ariel Bloomer leads these hard rockers. Having fought the "Christian band" label for years, Ariel has long said that they are followers of Jesus so they can impact those outside of the church as much as they feed those in the church.

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Superchick
Superchick. Inpop

In 1999, Superchick made their live debut before 5000 kids at an Audio Adrenaline show and then before thousands more at Lifefest. A year later they self-released an eight-song EP and started touring with Teen Mania's Acquire the Fire. Before long, Inpop Records signed the group and five albums later, they're still rockin' the crowds for Christ.

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The Letter Black - promo 2011
The Letter Black - promo 2011. Tooth & Nail Records

Sarah Anthony and her husband Mark formed the band in 2006 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Originally a worship band called Breaking the Silence, they changed their name and style once they were signed by Tooth & Nail Records. 

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Natalie Grant
Natalie Grant. Curb Records

At 17, Natalie Grant started out arranging music for her youth choir in Seattle, Washington. From there she moved into a position with the group Truth, singing with them for two years before heading to Nashville to pursue a solo career. Six albums later, Natalie is still making music for Christ and we're all reaping the benefits.

  • Natalie Grant is the Dove Awards Female Vocalist of the Year - For Three Straight Years

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Rebecca St. James
Rebecca St. James. EMI

Rebecca St. James was born in Sydney, Australia in 1977. At the age of 16, this GRAMMY winner was introduced to the world through her self-titled debut. Since then she has released nine more albums, gone Gold twice, won three Doves and been named "the most influential woman in Christian music" by Crosswalk.com.

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Krystal Meyers

Krystal Meyers
Krystal Meyers. Provident

Krystal Meyers was only 16 when she was signed by Essential Records. Her debut album was a hit with four top ten singles ("The Way To Begin," "My Savior," "Anticonformity" and "Fire"), and she garnered a Dove nomination for Best New Artist.

Krystal Meyers Starter Songs

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Zoegirl (2003)
Zoegirl (2003). R. Diamond/WireImage

ZOEgirl was a Christian band made up of Chrissy Conway-Katina, Alisa Childers and Kristin Swinford-Schweain that hit the scene in 2000 with four top-five radio hits. A Dove awards, three full-length albums and one EP later, the group broke up to pursue their individual goals.

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