Tuesday the 13th! Wait ...
Did you wake up today feeling really "blah?" Me too. I think we both need to exercise in the morning to escape those "blah" starts to the day, but lets be honest - sometimes making the coffee feels like exercise. Alas - onwards and upwards!
It's Tuesday and that means ...
NEW RELEASE TUESDAY!
What's new in Christian music?
by Newsboys | Genre: Pop/Rock
An Airplane Carried Me To Bed
by Sky Sailing | Genre: Alternative
The House You're Building
by Audrey Assad | Genre: Adult Contemporary
The Beginning: A Kutless Anthology
by Kutless | Genre: Rock
Light Up The Sky EP
by The Afters | Genre: Rock
There Is A Hope
by Stuart Townend | Genre: Praise & Worship
WOW: New & Next
by Various Artists - "WOW" Series | Genre: Pop/Rock
Didn't buy WOW the first time around? You might want the re-release of:
The Best of WOW 2004
The Best of WOW 2005
The Best of WOW 2006
The Best of WOW 2007
102.5 Shore Things
Getting to the Eastern Shore one bullet point at a time!
#16. The Choptank River.
Did you know that that Choptank River has its own Heritage museum? For real: http://www.riverheritage.org/. Besides the historical relevance for trade development, this river is pretty important to sportsmen, fishermen, and folks who just like be beside the water (of which there is no great shortage of on the Eastern Shore!).
#15. Salisbury University Soccer.
Have something you want to ad the the ever growing list (which must top out at 102.5)? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTIST OF THE DAY:
Brandon Heath Knell (AKA B-Heath, HeathBar, Heathcliff ... ok, now I'm just making stuff up) comes from a broken home. When he was just 3 his parents divorced. Growing up, Brandon was bitter towards his family, but he found comfort in Christ while in high school. At age 16 Brandon was invited to a Christian camp with some friends. He accepted Christ and began to learn about forgiveness.
Like many from a broken home, forgiving your parents for being human was not easy. Music was a great way to get his pain and struggle out. 2006 saw the release of "Don't Get Comfortable" - garnering radio play and topping Billboard's Christian charts. He won New Artist of the Year at the Dove Awards in 2007, and his song "I'm Not Who I Was" was performed by a contestant on American Idol.
In 2009 Brandon Heath released "Wait & See" - scoring another Billboard hit, and Heath joined Leeland to record their hit "Follow You." Besides recording, Heath writes and performs with many in the industry, helping other artists craft their hearts into songs.
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