Jump5 was a popular U.S. Christian Dance-pop group who got their start in 1999 in Nashville, TN and later signed onto Sparrow Records in 2001. They established themselves via Radio Disney, having a string of #1 Radio Disney hits before Raven and Hilary Duff started ruling the charts. In 2005, Jump5 temporarily recorded independently through self-established Nevaeh Records, and then signed with Slanted Records in 2007. Over their career, Jump5 sold over 1.4 million records.|The original lineup consisted of Chris Fedun, Brandon Hargest, Brittany Hargest, Libby Hodges, and Lesley Moore. In early 2004, Libby Hodges left to go back to a “normal life” and trial member Natasha Noack filled in for Libby during the 2004 Radio Disney Spring Thing Tour. Contrary to the group’s name, there were only 4 members in the band from summer 2004 until they disbanded in 2007:|Chris Fedun (born January 14, 1986) |Brandon Hargest (born March 17, 1987) |Brittany Hargest (born August 2, 1988)|Lesley Moore (born October 15, 1986)|
The band officially disbanded Sunday, December 16, 2007. They performed their final concert at the Rocketown Center in Nashville, Tennessee; performing with former member Libby Hodges.