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'Like Father Like Son (self titled)" 2002; "More" 2004; "Sweet Dreams" 2005



Like Father Like Son was started as a contemporary Christian band by Micah Yaun and Stephen Humprhies in the late 90's. In 2002, The group recorded their first self-titled albumn. They played at venues throughout South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia. After several years and several changes in personel, Like Father Like Son was back down to simply Micah Yaun and Stephen Humprhies. In the late summer of 2003, Jesse Isley joined the duo bringing his classic rock and jam-style influence from such bands as Phish, Led Zeppelin, The Greatful Dead, and The Beatles. The trio played together throughout Columbia, but were lacking a desired fourth member to create the full sound that they were seeking. In January of 2004, Dayn Chittick joined the band to make the desired completion. In the spring of 2004, Like Father Like Son recorded their second albumn entitled, "More." For the remainder of that year, they played throughout the Carolinas and even had the opportunity to play in Venezuela. As 2004 progressed, Like Father Like Son progressed in their styles to include jazz influences such as Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, and George Benson. With these influences, the quartet ventured out to play gigs that were exclusively Jazz. In the fall of 2004, Micah, Stephen, and Jesse started college; God had led them to three different schools while Dayn was still a senior in high school. The seperation did not effect the bands ministry, as they continued to play gigs. As 2005 rolled around, Like Father Like Son saw the need for a new albumn due to new repetoire. In the summer of 2005, they recorded their third alubumn entitled, "Sweet Dreams." Since the release of Sweet Dreams, Dayn Chittick started college while the others continued. They continue to play throughout the Carolinas, offering their progressive rock music that allows a break from the contemporary christian mold.