Christian rock singer, songwriter, record producer, and film director
Roland Stephen "Steve" Taylor (born December 9, 1957), is an American Christian rock singer, songwriter, record producer, and film director. A large figure in what has come to be known as Christian alternative rock, he's also served in the group Chagall Guevara. In contrast to...Wikipedia
Born: 9th December, 1957, Brawley, California
Height: Height Unknown
Claim to Fame: Meltdown, 1984
I Predict 1990 is the title of the fourth release and third full-length album by singer-songwriter Steve Taylor. Lyrically, the album explores actions that exploit others to various ends from multiple perspectives. CCM magazine found that the overall theme is that the ends never justify the means. It was released as a one-off on Myrrh Records instead of Sparrow. Taylor has said that the album's title was meant as a parody of a Lester Sumrall TV program and book called I Predict 1986.
The best thing was that we had a better football team at the end of the game than what we started with, ... We made a lot of first game mistakes. (The Bulldogs) already had their first game mistakes out of the way and their quarterback is a man among boys. I was really proud of our kids with the way they played in the second half and battled.
Great Falls is a beautiful place to walk,
Everybody belongs somewhere.
Don, a nineteen-year-old sophomore at a Texas junior college, tries to escape his Bible Belt upbringing for life in the Pacific Northwest at the most godless campus in America.