Prepare yourself for a revolution... Prepare yourself for a change...
For several years now, SWEET MEMORIAL has been leading this revolution. Changing the way people think about music, life, and finding a reason for being. They challenge you to think and to live different. When you mix the Cleveland brothers, Michael and Chris, with 2005's GMA Instrumentalist of the year, Daniel Yarbrough, different is exactly what you get.
After touring for 3 years on their debut ep, and for many years before that on independent recordings, SWEET MEMORIAL finally released their first full-length, JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE in summer 2007. This latest album was recorded and produced entirely by SWEET MEMORIAL at their own studio and features Noah Henson, Pillar; Joey Avalos, Stars Go Dim; Andrew Welch, Disciple; and Daniel Robinson, formerly of SM.
Over a span of 2 months in 2008, 3 of the founding members of SWEET MEMORIAL were married to the love of their lives. Since that time, SM has taken time off from playing while everyone begins the next phase in their life. Michael married Natalie and is living in Tahlequah, OK where he leads worship and is the senior high student ministry pastor at Cornerstone Fellowship Church. Chris is the worship leader for the Venue 68 Service at Asbury United Methodist Church in Tulsa, OK. He also tours with his other band, STARS GO DIM. SGD has just finished tours with SWITCHFOOT, Daughtry, and John Mayer. Daniel Yarbrough married Kristen and is living in Tulsa, OK where he works at Guts Church. Daniel works extensively with the Guts Skate Church and is very involved with the worship ministry of the church. Daniel Robinson married Cammie in Hawaii! They live in Sapulpa, OK. Daniel is the youth minister at Riveted Church.
Whether putting on a rock show, leading worship, or opening for some of today's biggest acts, SWITCHFOOT, Barlow Girl, TAIT, Family Force 5, Dave Crowder Band, Chris Tomlin, Jeremy Camp, Leeland, Charlie Hall, etc..., SWEET MEMORIAL has always strived to start the revolution everywhere they go.