Last week, Gotee Records’ Ryan Stevenson released his new studio album, Wildest Dreams. The first radio single, “Amadeo (Still My God)” is currently in the NZ Top 10.
“These songs are a collection of deep prayers, brokenness, joy, victory, celebration, defeat, pain, grief and reflection,” shares Ryan about Wildest Dreams. “It makes me feel so many things, most importantly, it moves my heart closer to Jesus! I pray it does the same for you and I’m so excited to share it.”
Wildest Dreams hopefully inspires the listener to move to a place of trust and dependence on God.
GRAMMY® nominated, multiple American Music Award and Dove Award winning band MercyMe performed the National Anthem to kick off the Indycar Genesys 300 race this past Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway. The band pre-recorded the anthem to comply with COVID-19 guidelines.
MercyMe recently released their latest single, “Hurry Up And Wait,” in follow-up to their 48th #1 song “Almost Home,” which held the top spot on Billboard’s Christian charts for a combined total of 17 weeks.
Currently in the studio, the band plans to release a new full-length project later this year or early 2021.
After announcing on April 3rd that the 16th Annual BRO-AM event in San Diego wouldn’t be happening, Switchfoot has figured out a way to keep the festivities alive via an online event! The June 27th event that also features NEEDTOBREATHE, Colony House, and Judah and the Lion!
Every year in June, we gather together at our local beach to lift our voices in support of at-risk youth within our community. We’ve been doing this together for 15 years, raising more than 1.5 million dollars in support of these incredible kids.
This year, since we can’t safely have a concert with thousands of people on the beach, we’re taking the show online! This isn’t just any old Instagram or Facebook live stream, no… We’re going BIG! We’ll have a full stage, lights, live chat and more!
Join us June 27th at 5PM PST on SWITCHFOOT.comas we come together (digitally) in support of at-risk kids in both our local San Diego and NationalCommunities! Can’t make it at 5PM on the dot? No problem! The stream will be accessible until the end of the month. You can tune in live, or catch it with your morning coffee the next day!
We started the BRO-AM 16 years ago with one goal: to give back to the next generation. This year, the needs within our community and country are greater than ever.
All net proceeds of your BRO-AM streaming ticket will bring immediate, much needed relief and support to six amazing organizations:
Feeding America A Step Beyond Challenged Athletes Foundation Feeding San Diego Monarch Schools & VH1 Save The Music
Maybe redemption has stories to tell Maybe forgiveness is right where you fell Where can you run to escape from yourself? Where you gonna go?
The answer? Switchfoot – Dare You To Move. Congratulations to Mandy from Fredericktown who guessed correctly and wins Pat Barrett’s self-titled CD!
Our winner for Song Poetry was Linda from Utica. The song was “Known” by Tauren Wells. As for Name That Tune, the Song was “O Come All Ye Faithful” by Trans-Siberian Orchestra! and our winner was Bonnie from Mt. Vernon!
We solved our stumper for Name That Tune last week! The song was Francesca Battistelli’s ‘Giants Fall!’ Congratulations to Barbie from Mount Vernon. Ironically, Song Poetry had a stumper this week so the lyrics will be back next time.
Congratulations to Travis from Mt. Vernon and Lisa from Danville! They were our winners for Song Poetry and Name That Tune Respectively. The featured songs were “Wherever I go” by Dan Bremnes and “Courageous” by Casting Crowns.