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Husband and wife duo, Sean and Becky Bennett, are the core of the Christian indie-acoustic-rock band, InToOne. Musicians, songwriters, producers, and worship leaders from Brewer, Maine, their greatest passion is drawing people to love, life, and identity in Jesus Christ through music.
Drawing influence from artists such as Jars of Clay, Kristian Stanfill, Gungor, U2, Matt Redman, and David Crowder, InToOne brings a fresh and energetic perspective to the music scene that inspires raw vulnerability, truth, and worship. With a broad fan base, their music reaches across generations.
InToOne has recently produced their third record, "So Many Voices," to-be-released August 1, 2013. Packed with wise insight into life's many challenges, the record is about hearing truth through all of the noise that surrounds us. Check out Sean's video blog to see studio progress throughout the making of "So Many Voices." Becky keeps a written blog to go deeper into the “voices” concept and share her own experience in overcoming the challenges that have inspired the songs on the album. "So Many Voices" is a break-through record for InToOne. Band-member Craig Allen brings unique lead guitar lines and distinctive quality to InToOne's sound. Erin Bousfield adds a jazzy piano edge and smooth harmonies. Driven by a desire to constantly produce new and innovative music, Sean and Becky keep growth as their focus, which can be seen clearly in following InToOne through the music they have produced, from their debut, "Bleach," to "The Lullaby EP" to the new "So Many Voices."
InToOne is ASCAP licensed. www.InToOneMusic.com.
Sean Bennett - guitar, bass, keyboard, vocals, songwriting
Becky Bennett - vocals, songwriting, bells
Craig Allen - lead guitar
Erin Bousfield - keys, vocals
Random trivia fact: Sean used to be a dancer. He actually has seven years of dance class under his belt, including credits with Garth Fagan, who choreographed The Lion King on Broadway. It sure is a good thing...because if he didn't, InToOne wouldn't exist. When Sean first met Becky, she worked incredibly hard to ignore him. She, an avid dancer, who had just graduated from college studying dance, wouldn't give him the time of day until he opened up the topic in conversation. Soon afterward, their shared passion for music came up, and within forty-five minutes of their first meeting, Sean and Becky knew they were going to spend the rest of their lives together. InToOne at the very roots.