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June 17 – 21
Monday: Crave – “We Don’t Care What They Say”
We are so excited for these local guys from Houma, friends and band-mates for over 11 years! Their goal is to impact people not only with good music, but also to spark the hunger for life outside the box. From their self-titled upcoming album, due out August 27th.
Here’s what band member Ross Hebert has to say about the song:
Tuesday: Decyfer Down – “So In Love”
It’s been a five-year wait for new music from these guys from the Carolinas. The Grammy-nominated act’s follow-up to their 2008 album is called Scarecrow, and it’s due out soon! Here’s our first sneak peek at the new record.
Wednesday: Tricia (of Superchick) – “Enough”
Tricia Brock (formerly of Superchick) has been keeping pretty busy, working on a worship album, becoming a mom, and working on her second solo project, Radiate. Upbeat and heartfelt, her new album is due out August 13th.
Thursday: Ghost Ship – “The Truth”
These folk-rockers are another of the worship bands at Seattle’s Mars Hill Church. Their debut album, The Good King, just came out last week!
The band says, “this is a song about truth. The truth worth singing about. The King of the universe, the King who created the earth, the King who will reign forever, loves us, and He died for our sins.”
Friday: Colton Dixon – “Never Gone”
From his debut album, A Messenger, out now! This former American Idol finalist says his life verse is John 13:16, which says, “A servant isn’t greater than his master, nor is a messenger greater than the One who sent him.” – John 13:16. “I try to live by this every day. I believe that I am just one of the messengers that God has called to this world. I started singing when I was 13 years old. I truly believe my voice was a gift from God to share the Message. I hope that you enjoy my music, but furthermore, I hope you can connect with it personally and apply it to your everyday lives.”
Here, Colton shares his story behind this song: