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The Road Home
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The Road Home

The Road Home was the name of Bill Sprouse's band before and after his conversion to Christianity.

Group members of the last configuration included: Bill Sprouse Jr on vocals, keyboard, and fiddle, Ed McTaggart on drums, Mark Ala on pedal Steel, John Falcone on bass, Diane Hershey on vocals. Mike Shoup was the sound man.


The Road Home is also a 1999 movie directed by the Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou. This movie introduced the actress Zhang Ziyi. It the charming story of a country girl (Zhang) and a teacher falling in love and the teacher's death many years later.

See also: Cinema of China