As one of the first acts on Jaci Velasquez's new label (A'postrophe), Grand Prize may get a little extra attention out of the box because of Velasquez's cachet. But it shouldn't take long for these Id

As one of the first acts on Jaci Velasquez's new label (A'postrophe), Grand Prize may get a little extra attention out of the box because of Velasquez's cachet. But it shouldn't take long for these Idaho-based rockers to carve out their own identity. Grand Prize members Luke Caldwell, Steven Harder, Nolan Mather and Tony Caruso have crafted a strong album, filled with memorable melodies and lyrics that celebrate their faith without using clichés. Vibrant worship songs ("Like I Never Did," "I'm Waiting") fit alongside gentler offerings like "You Are Wonderful." The anthemic "Break Me," with its vulnerable, aching lyric, is one of the album's highlights. The foursome honed its skills at Calvary Chapel churches, which apparently helped each member find his muse.—DEP