Members: newsboys, Superchick, Mat Kearney, Shane & Shane, Everyday Sunday, Newworldson, Jimmy Needham, Julian Drive, Article One, Paul Colman
When newsboys lead singer Peter Furler and the band's manager Wes Campbell first came to the United States, the last thing they thought is that they would become record company owners.
10 years later, and tired of sleeping in his tour bus bunk with hundreds of demos piled high (given to him from artists he met on tour), Furler decided it was time to do something about it. Inpop Records was launched in July 1999.
"Traveling the globe, we've seen thousands of bands and artists. We have a calling to give these musicians the same opportunity Newsboys were given," says Furler. "The heart of Inpop is to discover the best artists around the world that understand the grace of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and also have something new and unique to offer to the world of Christian music."
The current roster includes newsboys, Superchick, Mat Kearney, Shane & Shane, Paul Colman, Everyday Sunday, Jimmy Needham, Article One, Newworldson, and Julian Drive.