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"Plus One" was the product of a Warner Music/Atlantic Records effort to form a Christian boy band modeled on the success of such secular bands as 'N Sync and the Backstreet Boys. Plus One's members are Nate Cole, Gabe Combs, Jeremy Mhire, Jason Perry and Nathan Walters, Their less than stellar choreography inspired the unfortunate moniker, "Outta Sync," among critics. Plus One remains the best-selling, award-winning group responsible for more than 1.2 million records sold over just a couple years.
Their debut album, ''The Promise'' was released in May of 2000 and enjoyed great success in the Christian Pop scene. The Promise went gold with more than 500,000 album sales and peaked at #76 on the Billboard 200. They had two No. 1 Christian radio hits, "Written on My Heart", which was # 1 on the charts for 2 months and "God Is in This Place."
They toured with Christian Artists such as Jaci Velasquez, Rachael Lampa, and Stacie Orrico. In 2001, they were nominated for a Dove Award as New Artist of the Year.