MINNEAPOLIS—Go Fish, longtime leading providers of music and resources for families and children, will be impacting hundreds of thousands this summer through their live performances and Vacation Bible School (VBS) curriculum. Go Fish will be bringing their unique concert experience for families to major markets across the country, including several music festivals. In addition, more than 3,000 churches are slated to use the Praise VBS program, reaching an estimated 300,000 children.
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Go Fish is a trio from Minnesota that has a sound similar to groups like FFH and Phillips, Craig, and Dean. They sang a capella pop in their home state for a time, recording three independent albums. With the addition of acoustic instrumentation, they apparently hoped to capitalize on the sudden and ironic popularity of adult contemporary music among young teens evidenced by all the boy bands dominating the charts.
In 2001, the band was signed to Inpop Records, where they released three albums before starting their own label in 2003.
The band's success with the teen market found them focusing on children's music, and since their 2003 album Splash!, they have focused on making music for kids. This shift in focus evolved into creating children's curriculum for Sunday School and Vacation Bible School events.