Expect the Supernatural...
- Saturday, January 01, 2000
There are many nights when dc Talk vocalist, Michael Tait simply sits on the backyard deck of his Brentwood, Tennessee, home with his roommate Chad watching the evening crawl through the trees and the twilight sky.
"That's a perfect evening for me; we don't even have to talk," explains Tait. "There's something mysterious about that time of day, the anticipation of the darkness of night."
Though he's a member of a band with "talk" in its name, Michael Tait can appreciate silence at the appropriate moments.
"I'm a dreamer; I like to be in that environment to do that. It's like a X-Files sort of feeling. It's eerie, but I like it." Before the wrong picture is painted of Tait's worldview, he quickly adds," … now don't get me wrong, I'm not going off on some New Age thing here … everyone just has their favorite environment."
It would have to take at least a self-proclaimed dreamer and a couple of friends to be completing their biggest project to date with four albums, including a Grammy Award, a platinum album, two gold albums and a gold-certified long-form video already in their back pocket.
What's on the new album? "We
write from the heart. It all comes from what we go through in our
lives, what we experience," reveals Tait. "The song,
"It's all about making the
news about God's love available for people to hear," Tait
says. "Music does that."
"What does the term, 'going secular' mean? This relationship [with Virgin] is a beautiful marriage that will produce more availability of the message. Is our music changing? The message isn't, but as for the style, I like to say, 'dc Talk will evolve 'till we dissolve.' "
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