Starfield is a Canadian Christian music group from Winnipeg, Manitoba. The group had songs and albums that charted in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. They have won multiple Covenant Awards in Canada.



Starfield's self-published debut album, was released in 2001 by independent Starfield Music Group (Canada Only - possibly local to Winnipeg).[1]

Tumbling After Edit

Starfield's second independent album, Tumbling After (Canada only), was released through CMC Distribution in 2003 and featured the hit "Filled With Your Glory".[1]


Starfield's first international release was the self-titled album Starfield on Sparrow Records in 2004.[1]

The album contained a re-recording of "Filled With Your Glory". The song "Tumbling After" appeared on season two of the television show Joan of Arcadia.

The band released an EP called My Generation in 2006.[1]

Beauty in the Broken Edit

Their second album, Beauty in the Broken, was released on Sparrow Records on May 16, 2006.[1] Their first single from the album, My Generation, rose the United States R&R Christian charts. The album includes one song recorded with Chris Tomlin ("Son of God"). The album immediately soared to the top of the Canadian Christian music sales chart and remained at the #1 position for three months. 2006 Year End charts placed the album at #2 for the year in Canada at Christian retail stores. The album peaked at #31 in the United States on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart, and at #45 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. [2]

I Will Go Edit

I Will Go is Starfield's third album released by Sparrow Records. It was released on March 25, 2008 in North America and on March 31, 2008 in the United Kingdom.[1]

Salt Palace Concert Edit

Through June 30th — July 3rd was a concert at the Salt Palace performing over a hundreds of christians. They have played random songs like Living Sacrifice

Members Edit

  • Tim Neufeld: lead vocals, guitars
  • Jon Neufeld: guitars, vocals
  • Gordie Cochran: drums
  • David Crisp: bass guitar

Starfield was originally formed by brothers Tim and Jon Neufeld, both from Winnipeg. Since then Shaun Huberts and Gordie Cochran, both of Victoria, British Columbia, have joined the band. Shaun Huberts left the band 9 August 2006, after his last performance at the DCLA Convention in Anaheim, CA. His replacement is Dave Crisp. The band moved back to Canada (Abbotsford, British Columbia) in the fall of 2006 after several years of living in Nashville.

Discography Edit

References Edit

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  2. Charts at

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