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Home, For Now - A Break

Home, For Now - A Break
            HOME, FOR NOW - A BREAK Friends, This year we celebrated our 20th year as Switchfoot, and we are so very thankful for all of you who have shared this journey with us.  It has been an honor to be YOUR band. These are YOUR songs, not just our own. Thank you. Truly. You have no idea how much you've inspired us through the years. As you read this, we are home in San Diego with our families, and we are so grateful to be here for the holidays!  As this year ends, we're...

About My Brother, Jon

About My Brother, Jon
                  ABOUT MY BROTHER, JON & HIS CRAZY DREAM With another amazing year on the road under our belt, we find ourselves back on the West Coast, settling in for Christmas with our families. This time of year is always a natural time for reflection and remembering everything I have to be thankful for. Towards the top of a very long list... is my brother. I'm thankful for my brother, and that we get to share this journey through life together - the good, the bad, and the ugly (we ARE brothers,...

Home

Home
                 HOME This tour of Europe was special. In fact, this past 18 months of touring the world in support of Where The Light Shines Through has been special. So many incredible moments, highs and lows, and everything in-between. A huge thank you to everyone who has joined us to sing these songs of hope. We've met so many amazing people and stories along the way. I'm thankful for ALL of it. Now it's time to let the saltwater do its work. - Tim  

The National Anthem

The National Anthem
                 "OH SAY, CAN YOU SEE?" The National Anthem of the United States of America is not a statement. It's a question. And we, my friends, are the nation in question. I was standing side stage with a mic in my hand getting ready to sing the national anthem at a NASCAR race. The top 8 finalists for a popular TV singing contest just got up and crushed "God bless America." And I'm supposed to just go ahead and sing the anthem. No accompaniment, just me. So I start in. And then halfway...