Kye Kye

This article is from Issue 51: May/June 2011

Many people who grow up in a Christian family eventually arrive at a crossroads and ask the foundational question, “What does my faith really mean to me, in my life?”

Estonia-born Timothy Yagolnikov, of moody electro-rock band Kye Kye, knows those questions well. His parents, both well-known musicians in Russian churches, provided a supportive background, but his personal faith demanded a personal quest.

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