"...whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things
are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever
things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything
praiseworthy meditate on these things." Philippians 4:8 (NKJV)
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From the broadcast
the weekend of May 23rd & 24th, 2015:
Our Featured Artists on this program were the Skyline
Boys. As you heard on the air, their name stems from the fact that their
homebase is near the start of the famous Skyline Drive that runs through
the state of Virginia. Songs on this program during our visit were actually
from two different recordings. The first was their current "regular" CD,
"Love Came Through." The other the songs heard on the second
hour were from their newest CD, "Favorite Hymns & Classics,
Vol. 3." We've saved the hymns for our all-hymns edition later. But the
"classics" are Southern Gospel classics, such as the two you heard on the
Both of the Skyline Boys' CDs featured on this program,
Came Through" and
Hymns & Classics, Vol. 3," are available from our mailorder service,
Springside. Just call 1-800-38-MUSIC to order. Call by Friday, May 29, 2015,
ask for the "Featured Artist Discount," and get 20 percent off either or
both of these items. Click on the CD titles above to go directly to that
CD in our webstore. Note, too, that our "Featured Artist Discount" applies
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On our Artist Spotlight segment, we visited with songwriter Karen
Gillespie and heard a few of her most recent songs. As you heard her
mention, she's been writing songs for many years. But attending a writer's
worshop called Write About Jesus was a turning point for her, taking her
writing to a whole new level. Another such conference, organized by well-known
songwriter Sue Smith, is scheduled October 15-17, 2015, in St. Charles,
Missouri. Click here for more
info if you're interested in becoming a songwriter or improving your gift.
Although I didn't mention it, all of Karen's songs heard on this program
were actually co-writes, although, as you heard, she apparently had the original
ideas. I think we'll hear a lot more from Karen in the years ahead.
On this program, you heard again about how you could win a three-day deluxe
vacation at this September's National Quartet Convention in Pigeon
Forge, Tennessee. If you haven't entered yet, please do so. The entry form
is below. Remember the deadline is noon on June 1, 2015.
Thanks again to the NQC for making this great prize available.
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a 3-day Vacation Package at the 2015 National Quartet
Courtesy of the National Quartet Convention, you could win a
three-day all-inclusive vacation package for Monday through
Wednesday, September 28-30, 2015, which includes the
2 seats for NQC evening
2 passes for NQC
3 nights at the Music Road
Hotel or Inn, with complimentary breakfast.
2 tickets to any two of Pigeon
Forge's leading attractions (such as the Dixie Stampede, Dollywood, the Smoky
Mountain Opry, or your choice from several others.
To enter, just fill out and "submit"
the form below. The deadline for us to receive entries is noon on Monday,
June 1st, 2015.
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From the broadcast
the weekend of May 16th & 17th, 2015:
I always enjoy visiting with the
Triumphant Quartet(they go by either "Triumphant" or "Triumphant
Quartet" these days). As you heard, these same guys Clayton
Inman, Scott Inman (Clayton's son), David Sutton and Eric Bennett
have been together since this quartet started a dozen years ago. Songs
on this program were from their new "Living In Harmony" CD. "Has
There Ever Been" has to be one of the most challenging songs you've heard
for a while. It's a good illustration of Eric's comment that this collection
of songs is "lyrically deep and theologically strong." I enjoyed hearing
the remake of the Singing Americans' 1980s song, "Black And White."
Triumphant Quartet's CD featured on this program, "Living In
Harmony," is available from our mailorder service, Springside. Just call
1-800-38-MUSIC to order. You can order easily from our webstore by
this link to go directly to this item.
This program included first
word of a special National Quartet Convention giveaway. To enter,
simply fill out and submit the online entry form.
On the Headline Update I mentioned that Mercy's Well is looking
for a new lead/tenor singer. Anyone interested can send a demo to Brad
Strider at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also on the Headline Update I mentioned that the new "Pray Now"
song video by Karen Peck & New River has been completed. Here's
the link to view it online:
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