Huey Freeman of Illinois' Herald & Review reports:
Every band would love to have fans half as dedicated as Lynne and Tyler Clark.
In recent weeks, they have been running around town, hanging posters at stores and handing out stickers promoting "P.O.D. Greatest Hits", the latest CD by their favorite rockers.
Lynne Clark, 35, a devout Christian and rock music devotee, said for many years she could not find a band that played music she enjoyed and also contained uplifting lyrics.
"P.O.D. is kind of in their own unique bubble," Lynne Clark said. "You wouldn't think of their music as contemporary Christian music. They have their own sound."
Also known as PAYABLE ON DEATH, the band has been compared to AUDIOSLAVE and the DEFTONES.
The Clarks, South Shores residents, signed on to plug P.O.D. as part of a "street team" promotion.
Andrea Maldonado, a manager of P.O.D. street teams, said there are thousands of fans nationwide who are promoting the band's album. Maldonado said she promotes many bands, but P.O.D. fans are the most passionate.
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