Did you know you could hang out with Joelle from Joy In The Morning this Saturday? She'll be at the Holly Grove Christian School's Fall Festival from 10-Noon tomorrow! Get the details HERE!
102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!
#74. A day in downtown Berlin, MD
I honestly have loss count how many times someone has told me that scenes for Julia Robert's Runaway Bride were filmed in Berlin, MD. That's awesome and all, but this town has more going for it than a 15 year old movie about committment issues. I'm just saying. Last weekend my family strolled around the Fidler's Convention - who knows what goodness Berlin will host this weekend! There's an endless supply of festivals, music, and fun. So go check it out - but don't expect to see Richard Gere hanging around.
#73. Roaring Point
#72. Water. Water everywhere!
#71. Softcrab sandwich
#70. Cove Road in Nanticoke for a swim in the Bay
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ARTIST OF THE DAY
Big Daddy Weave
Mike Weaver was a big dude. Hence the name of the band. But several years of weight loss won't change the name of the band to Medium Daddy Weave anytime soon. The band met while in college at the University of Mobile. If they haven't been in the studio recording, they've been on the road touring - usually with Mark Schultz and Josh Wilson.
When asked to describe their fifth album, What Life Would Be Like, guitarist/singer/songwriter Mike Weaver characterized it as being “all about expectations.”
“We all grew up in church,” Mike explains. “That is awesome, and I’m thankful for it, but there is also some baggage that comes with that. We grew up hearing people talk about grace, but there seemed to be an unspoken law that said, ‘but you also have to do this, this, this, this, and this.’ ... With What Life Would Be Like we are ripping up our old expectations to get to a place where we can receive the heart of God.”
Close Concert: 10/08/10 Chesapeake, VA
Check Big Daddy Weave out: http://www.bigdaddyweave.com/
Q: What insect invasion made the Egyptian ground appear to be black?
A: Locusts (Exodus 10:15)