I'm not sure the You Tube crowd appreciates this series like Freethunk visitors might. I was surprised to see such a targeted satire on the Christian Music Scene. This cast looks to be headed by the guy who was the memorable "candy bar eating mechanic" on Seinfeld when Jerry was buying his car and George was starving for something to eat.
I'm sure Christians will roll their eyes at this one and think the players are exaggerating what happens in the Christian Music Scene, but from being a fan who listened to the scene when he was young I got wind of plenty of this kind of gossip that turned out to be true. Those role models on fire for God were screwing each other's spouses, having premarital sex, getting numerous divorces (yes, you Sandi Patti) and generally making a mockery of their own music.
My belief, even now, is that yes--you're not perfect as a Christian celeb--but don't you think you should step down as a role model when you fail that badly? Amy Grant?? Oh, but that would mean you might have integrity and gee, that fancy house you bought from the millions you made from your last album, well, you'll need to continue to produce more albums to pay for it. It is just such a bunch of hypocrisy. Just admit you're rock stars with rock star attitudes.
I say Christian Music Stars are no different than so-called Secular Music Stars--except for the marketing!