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Formed in Southern California and previously known as The Union, the bands core members are husband and wife team Dale and Ashley Huntington. Dale sang for Loose End, a Pop Punk/Classic Rock/Christian band from 1999-2003.
Known initially as The Union, the band served as the contemporary worship band team for the "Veritas" post contemporary service at Irvine Presbyterian Church in Irvine, CA. The band changed their name to “Shine Like Stars" in February 2007, drawing the name from Philipians 2:15 (NIV translation). In that verse, Paul urges Christians to live a life of example and innocence so that we will shine like stars in a dark world.
In 2008, the Huntingtons relocated to Wichita, Kansas, taking the band name with them (with permission from the other members). Reforming in Spring 2009, the group serves as worship band at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, for the ekklesia service which features “loud music, media, authenticity, strong biblical theology, a place where you can bring the junk in your life, and an experience: all in the name of Jesus!”
Shine Like Stars also have a partnership with the non profit group, Creation Hope.
- Repeat, Rewind, Redux - Hyms We Tried Not To Ruin - 2010 (Shine Like Stars, Independent)
- See You There - 2008 (Shine Like Stars, Independent)
- The Summer EP - 2007 (Shine Like Stars, Independent)
- The Union - 2004 (Independent)
- June 2010 - Tour in support of 'Repeat, Rewind, Redux' through Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and Nebraska.
- June 2008 – Tour in support of 'See You There' through Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California.
- June 2007 - 3 States, 7 cities, and 7 churches in 10 days
- http://www.ocregister.com/news/huntington-133670-band-church.html Cutting edge Presbyterian band from Irvine hits the road
- http://www.creationhope.com/2010/07/20/shine-like-stars Shine Like Stars
- http://blog.beliefnet.com/markdroberts/2008/08/recommending-an-outstanding-worship-album.html Recommending an Outstanding Worship Album
- Loose End] on MySpace
- Official Shine Like Stars Myspace
- Official Twitter for Shine Like Stars
- Shine Like Stars official website
- Shine Like Stars Facebook Page
- Creation Hope review of Shine Like Stars
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