Monk & Neagle were a duo from Amarillo, Texas composed of Trent Monk and Michael Neagle.
Monk and Neagle met in college; after graduating, Neagle worked as a pastor while Monk released two solo albums through Grassroots Music, I Wait (1999) and Stars Would Fall (2003). In 2003, the two began performing together when Monk asked Neagle to play with him on tour with Shane and Shane. Neagle released his own independent solo record before the two officially signed with Flicker Records as a group. Their debut self-titled album followed in August 2004. Their second album, The Twenty-First Time, was released in 2007, and peaked at #17 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart and #12 on the Heatseekers chart.
Monk eventually returned to being a solo artist and released two solo projects: Dreamer (2011) and Trent Monk Live (2012). He now has formed a new musical duo, We Are The Monks, with his wife, Shellie.
Neagle began as the worship pastor at the Hillside Christian Church Lubbock (TX) Campus in January of 2013.