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Michael Tait

Michael Tait

Michael Tait


Michael DeWayne Tait (born May 18, 1966) is one third of the multi-award winning Christian Rock band dcTalk and founded the Tait band. Tait is a self-taught guitar player and highly accomplished singer. One of Tait's five sisters is Lynda Randle, who is a gospel singer with the Gaither Homecoming Series. Tait met Toby McKeehan and Kevin Max while attending Liberty University in the late 1980s. Together they formed the band dc Talk and released 5 acclaimed studio albums. Read more on Last.fm
Michael DeWayne Tait (born May 18, 1966) is one third of the multi-award winning Christian Rock band dcTalk and founded the Tait band. Tait is a self-taught guitar player and highly accomplished singer. One of Tait's five sisters is Lynda Randle, who is a gospel singer with the Gaither Homecoming Series. Tait met Toby McKeehan and Kevin Max while attending Liberty University in the late 1980s. Together they formed the band dc Talk and released 5 acclaimed studio albums.

In 2000, the band decided to take a break with the release of Intermission: the Greatest Hits while all three members devoted themselves to solo projects. After dc Talk's hiatus was announced, Tait dedicated more time to his band Tait (which he named after his father, Nathel). Tait had partially formed this band around 1997. One of the original members was guitarist Pete Stewart (from the hard rock band Grammatrain), who is featured on the first album, but absent from the second one due to his departing the band to work on his own solo projects. Read more on Last.fm.

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