Scarecrow and Tinmen

Through much of the 1990s, Scarecrow & Tinmen was known in the Christian rock world for its aggressive touring schedule and concert antics. The band incorporated progressive and classic rock ideas while also skillfully blending acoustic elements and even hip-hop influences.

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Founded in 1994, Scarecrow & Tinmen was front man Chris Padgett on lead vocals and keyboards, Brad DeRosia on guitar, Seth White on bass, and Jason Kopp on drums. Known and loved for their aggressive touring schedule and concert antics, the band built a huge fan base. By 1996, the band decided that God was calling them to pursue music ministry as a full-time venture. They played an average of 150 dates a year and releasing two independent albums.

The band incorporated progressive and classic rock ideas while also skillfully blending acoustic elements and even hip-hop influences. They produced two independent recordings and three nationally released CDs.

After touring for seven years, Scarecrow & Tinmen disbanded in the early 2000s.