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Room One-Fifteen

 

 

Stephen Callender

Home: Frisco, Texas
B-day: January 22, 1980
School: Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois
  (senior)
G
ear: Takamine EAN40C Acoustic, Oscar
  Schmidt Acoustic, Fender Strat., Peavey 
  Predator, Marshall Valvestate Half-stack, and
  a Crate GX-30M.

Stephen Callender

     Stephen is currently a senior at Wheaton College in Illinois.  His major includes Anthropology and Psychology.  Besides writing songs Stephen enjoys one-on-one chats, books, and any laidback activity.  Some of his non-music goals include owning a goat, becoming a Peace Corps volunteer, attending graduate school, and eventually becoming a missionary.  

     "The hardest part about writing a song for me is the vocal lines.  I can't sing to save my life, so I can't hear what I want to be singing to know if it will work or not."  Of all the songs Room 115 has written Something Right and Millennium Summer are his favorites.  "I think we are heading more toward songs like Something Right, but I hope we don't lose the beauty in songs like Millennium Summer."  He also commented, "I like the direction our songs have taken, I just wish Chris and I could get together more."

     Stephen has been playing guitar since the eighth grade.  His early influences were Nirvana, Green Day, Alice in Chains, and Soundgarden.  Today, Stephen is inspired by the works of Rich Mullins, Caedmon's Call, Third Eye Blind, Counting Crows, and Matchbox 20.

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