New Music - Apr 26 2010
Greetings & Salutations! Thanks for popping by to find out the new music ads on the Vision Radio Network this week.
Tania G - 'The Other Side', her latest radio single
This is the latest song from Tania (a Victoria girl) & it’s quite a catchy tune speaking honestly about how tough life can be at times, but it’s an encouragement to hang on & not quit because once we get through the trial, things are generally better on the other side.
Matt Maher - 'Sing Over Your Children' from the CD Alive Again
FYI, if you have an iPhone or iPod Touch you can download for free the Matt Maher App. On this app you can watch his latest videos, browse photos, read blogs & news, find out concert info, interact with other fans & get updates. This will become the new means of connection between artists & their fans in future days. This song is based on the verse Zephaniah
Bethany Dillon - 'In The Beginning' from the Stop & Listen CD
Bethany wrote this song after her weekend away writing & recording Glory Revealed 2, which was all about using Scripture in songs. This motivated her to use Isaiah 55 that says that God's Word will not return void without accomplishing what it was sent to do. Bethany realised the power of this promise & realised that her own opinions & ideas might be good or bad & can easily achieve nothing at all, but God's Word & God's promises always return with great accomplishment & this is a great assurance & confidence for us in our faith.
This week we also see a new track from Brenton Brown added to the Worship Hour, this song is called 'Amazing God'; Stuart Townend, one of the modern hymn writers or our modern day has a new song that will be heard on Sunday mornings during the mellow early hours. This song is called, 'There Is An Everlasting Kindness' & Chasen, a recently new band to the Vision Radio Network have a song called 'One In A Million' that will be heard on Saturday nights during the youth hours.
I'm sure you'll enjoy these new songs & that they'll become great friends to you over the coming months & years. Don't forget to call back next week to find out what the new music to the station will be.
Shalom, uvracha, v'Emet
(Peace, Blessing, Truth)