Formed in Philadelphia during the 70s, Pennsylvania, USA, contemporary Christian group Found Free comprised Keith Lancaster (vocals), David Michael Ed (keyboards/vocals), Catherine MacCallum (vocals), Bish Alverson (drums), Jack Faulkner (bass), Wayne Farley (guitar) and Rebecca Ed (vocals). The group began in the early 70s and concentrated on a musical platform which drew on elements of blues, jazz and rock. They soon established a performance itinerary which included church social meetings, colleges and community concerts. Eventually these led to the group being discovered by Jim Van Hook, senior vice-president of the Benson Company, who served as producer on Closer Than Ever, their debut release for Greentree Records. However, the reception afforded it by the more puritanical gospel sources was not particularly positive and the group has subsequently disappeared.