Bio:: You might think Kishore is crazy but in Heaven you'll see I was mostly sane. Kishore is a husband, father, brother, and son. He's a barbarian Christian. He's relentless. He's authentic. Kishore believe in God. He believe in you. Kishore hears voices in his head. They sing him songs. When he doesn't recognize them he writes them down and tells people they're his. The voices see this and keep singing anyway. Kishore is a broken promise. He is a sacrifice of praise. He sees dead people and is not okay with it. He is living out the horribly wonderful adventure. Kishore is looking for the army that will take over the world. Hey Christians!!! Remember when love was the message? Kishore is writing his message and analogies for all to see. They are going to sound crazy. They may end up making him look bad. Hopefully they will make you understand God's great sense of humor and irony in letting Kishore share his God story with you. Kishore's Influences:: David Crowder, Lincoln Brewster, Chris Tomlin, Dave Matthews, Aerosmith, Goo Goo Dolls, Among Thorns, Audioslave, Delirous, Gavin DeGraw, Audio Adrenaline, Aaron Spiro, Billy Sprague, Phil Madeira, Gordon Kennedy, Lenny Kravitz, Jason Miraz, Jeff Deyo, Smith Band, Jeremy Camp, Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, t.A.T.u, The Muttonbirds, PFR (R.I.P.), Newsboys, Keane, U2, Train, Sesame Street Music, The theme from Airwolf Personal Heroes:: Pamela Carey, Hannah Carey, Danny Bell, Andy Cater, Billy Sprague, Keith Green, Gordon Kennedy, Rob Bell, Erwin McManus, Louie Giglio, David Crowder, Chad Herndon, Dan Rebeiz, Chris Mortera, Aaron Bertoglio, Eva Caldrone, Steve Hocker, Ralph Sordyl, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Adam Parish, Lydia Wheeler Harshbarger, Chris Winkler, Dave Grohl, The Pender Youth, the Serve DC kids, the guy who wrote the Blink 182 song: Adam's Song.