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The acoustic-based pop/alternative CCM duo Considering Lily has seen its fair share of change. Serene Campbell and Pearl Barrett, sisters from New Zealand, began to perform in the United States in 1991 under the name Serene & Pearl. They released their first album, Crazy Stories, in 1995, and their second album, Considering Lily, in 1997. Soon after, Campbell decided to leave the group to devote herself full-time to her family. Barrett felt led to continue Considering Lily and was introduced to Jeanette Herdman, wife of Bob Herdman of Audio Adrenaline, by Eddie DeGarmo of ForeFront Records. The two hit it off immediately and began writing songs together two days later. The new Considering Lily moved from their original folk-based sound to an edgier, more alternative sound, leading to their third album, The Pieces Fit, in 1999.
Considering Lily (formerly Serene & Pearl) was an American CCM group popular in the late 1990s.
The group was founded by Serene Campbell and Pearl Barrett, who are sisters, in the United States in 1991, though both were born in New Zealand. Their first album (as Serene & Pearl) was 1995's Crazy Stories, followed by a self-titled 1997 release which included the single "Cup", a major hit at Christian radio. Following this, Campbell left the group to raise her family, and Barrett began working with Jeanette Herdman, who is the wife of Audio Adrenaline member Bob Herdman. A third album followed in 1999.
Touring band members included: Jason Hall (drums), Glen Kimberlin (bass), Ed Eason (guitar), Alex Nifong (guitar), Rich Toomey (bass)