Thursday, June 24, 2010

Thursday, June 24, 2010

The weekend is fast approaching! Come meet me at our Live Remote this Saturday - from the Grand Re-opening of HALO Ministries Bargain Center at 701 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury (Formerly Jack's Religious Gift Shop). I'll be broadcasting live from 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon, so swing by on your way to the Strawberry Festival.
102.5 Shore Things

#4. This one is a little more sentimental: Enjoy the cornfields in November. They truly are a site to behold. Though we have a lot of summer to get through first!

#3. The Wachapreague Volunteer Firemen's Carnival (June 23-July17)
#2. Fireworks after a Shorebirds game.
#1. Debbie Byrd's crabcakes

Have something to add to the list of 102.5 Shore Things (Stuff to know, do, try, experience, etc. etc. on Delmarva)?
Email them to me!

The David Crowder Band

David Crowder Band began as a challenge to get students from Baylor University in church on Sundays. Texarcana/Waco, TX is known for two things now. The birthplace of Dr. Pepper and the musical chaos that is the David Crowder Band!

Each album explores a variety of music, with the goal of creating unique, inspiring, and audacious worship music. The band's latest major release was "Church Music." The album combines elements of rhythm and blues, euro-rock, pop, electronica, and blue grass to achieve an incredible variety of sounds that somehow find a special harmony. Along with continuing to lead worship at their home church, touring and recording, the band also is very involved in the Passion movement around the US.

Their hit album "A Collision" was produced at David's home studio - built in the barn where Dr. Pepper was invented. Seriously.

This summer the band has released an iTunes only EP: Summer Happiness, which features reworked versions of some of their favorite Church Music songs.

This summer, DCB is hosting a massive worship conference. Check out the video invitation:

Dare to explore this powerful music group?

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