Last night while watching pre-grammy weirdness, I came upon a philsophical conundrum. This Christian rock band who was nominated for something was being interviewed by (a gay) Ryan Seachrest. And Ryan asked them, essentially: your faith is obviously a big part of your lives, tell me, how does your faith influence your stardom? And the blazer-ed front man responds with something like, it was never about the message for us, it was always about the music.
Do they deny the message of their music because they know that if they were too explicit about it, it would turn people off, and NO one would ever hear the message, at all? Or: should they all grow a few Pairs?