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www.jconline.com • Jour nal & Courier Saturday,August27,2016 3D IU Health Arnett Hospital, Aug. 20 Dana and Neil McKinnis, West Lafayette, a son Amanda and Carl Marty, Frankfort, a son Christina and George Mraz, Lafayette, a son Tylan Leonard, West Lebanon, ason Aug. 19 Sarah and Brant Clark, Frankfort, a daughter Aimee and Thomas Hughes, Fowler, a daughter Elizabeth and Nate Hofmann, Lafayette, a daughter Nicole and Tyson Davis, Lafayette, a son Aug. 18 Shonta Dixon, Lafayette, a son Lindsay Nunn and Joseph Douglas, Crawfordsville, a son Shawna Kull and Bryan Adams, Lafayette, a daughter A ug. 17 Jessica Ford and David Williams, Boswell, a daughter Natasha Foster, Lafayette, a daughter Karen Regan, Lafayette, a son Rebecca and Joel Sietsma, Rossville, a son Aug. 15 Tori and Al Chong, West Lafayette, a daughter St. Elizabeth East Hospital, Aug. 20 Ashley and Junior Hill, Lafayette, a daughter Aug. 19 Nikki and Breighton Baker, Lafayette, a daughter Michelle and Cody Canen, Lafayette, a daughter Alyssa and Flint Larson, Veedersburg, a son Carrie and Daniel Hartman, Mulberry, a daughter Aug. 18 Brandy Wethington and James Tormey II, Lafayette, a son Ashley and Ross Clark, Wolcott, twin daughters Erica Bridges and Nevin Creasy, Frankfort, a son Andrea and Jeffery Kessner, Frankfort, a son Michelle Merrion and Rodney Allen, Lafayette, a son Aug. 17 Katie Fraker and Gabe Broderick, Lafayette, a son Magen Perkins, Lafayette, a son Tylar and Joseph Fuchs, Lafayette, a daughter C assi-Jo East, Lafayette, a daughter Catherine Gonzalez and Joseph Springsteen, Brook, a son Witham Memorial Hospital, Aug. 19 Selena Fidres and John Lewis, Lebanon, a daughter D awn Hyland and Terry Walker, Lebanon, a daughter BIRTHS NASHVILLE, Tenn. - On its new album, the rock band NEEDTO- BREATHE has a song about the dangers of indulging in a rock ’n’ roll lifestyle in which lead singer Bear Rinehart boasts that he “found the bottom from the top somehow.” The song, “MONEY & F AME,” was mostly a metaphor, as the Grammy- nominated South Carolina-based band is at the top of its game with a collection of Dove Awards, singles being used on TV commercials and a major h eadlining tour. “ We asked the prod ucers as we were writing the song a bunch of times, ‘ Does this sound too arrogant? Because we’re not r ich and we’re not famous,’” Rinehart said while i n Nashville, Tennessee. But Rinehart, 35, said t he band has learned after more than a decade together that sometimes you can do the right thing f or the wrong reasons. “We definitely were g uilty of that for a while, and it caused us to fight a lot as brothers and really as a whole band,” Rinehart said. “It gave every- b ody who worked for us a l ot of turmoil because suc- cess was sort of the goal. I think that’s what that song i s about. Making sure you are true to who you are a nd you’re doing it for the right reasons.” The sixth studio album, “HARDLOVE,” de- b uted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in J uly, and topped the alternative, rock and Christian charts. The band, made up of brothers Bear and Bo R inehart, Seth Bolt and J osh Lovelace, continues to evolve its musical tastes. While the last alb um in 2014 leaned more toward Americana and a coustic guitar rock, the new album makes use of synthesizers, beats and electronic pop melodies. “We had more fun mak- i ng it than making any other record,” Bear Rine- h art said. “Bo loves it. Bo loves dancing.” NEEDTOBREATHE hits stride Kristin M. Hall Associated Press JOHN DAVISSON/INVISION Bo Rinehart, left, and Bear Rinehart of NEEDTOBREATHE perform at the 2014 Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Ala. The band released its sixth studio album in July.

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