Sunday, February 21, 2010

"Breathe You In" (Acoustic / Live) - Thousand Foot Krutch

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My family and I got a chance to see these guys live at the Arizona's Maracopa County Fair last year. I have say I was very impressed, not only with the music and sound. But the way they were totally into Worshiping God. You could feel the presence of God all over the place. With a mixture between acoustic and harder rock style songs this place had a true sense of talent and the love of Jesus Christ. For those that tend to have such a hard time with modern Christian music. I suggested you stop complaining and take a look at this video to see the next generation Truly Worshiping the Almighty God. I even put up the Acoustic version for those that cannot stand hard rock in Christian music.
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Thousand Foot Krutch performs their song "Breathe You In" live and acoustic, behind the scenes on their tour bus.
Lead singer Trevor McNevan and guitarist Nick Baumhardt.

"Breathe You In" (Acoustic / Live) - Thousand Foot Krutch

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Sunday, January 17, 2010

About Francesca | Francesca Battistelli

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  • I totally love some of these songs from Francesca Battistelli. For some reason I'm finding some of the new Christian acoustic songs quite a bit more heartfelt in showing the heart and feeling of the artists in Christian music.
    More on her from her website.

    "“We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.”—E.M. Forester So, what do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question that takes many people years and years of trial and error and self-discovery to figure out. But for singer/songwriter Francesca Battistelli, her mind was made up when she was only six years old. After seeing “The Secret Garden” on Broadway with her parents, the decision was ultimately a no-brainer. “There was just something about live theater—especially musical theater—that has always resonated with me,” Francesca says. “So I thought that was it. I was going to be Mary Lennox in ‘The Secret Garden’.” Of course for anyone who knew her family, Francesca’s passion for life on the stage wasn’t all that surprising, given her mom and dad’s extensive theater background. In fact, they met when her dad was the assistant conductor for the national tour of “The King and I,” while her mom played Anna, the show's female lead opposite Yul Brynner.

    Read more and see her Website here.

    tags: Christian, Music, Jesus, Christianity, Christ, god, Bible

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Nathan Lee Jackson's Music

  • "A little about Nathan Lee Jackson Nathans Web Site. A few years back. We had moved to Nashville,TN. Being that we are so heavily into the Christian Music Scene, it didn't take long for us to really get into meeting several great artists and musicians that went way beyond the Talent we have. I have never seen so many talented artists of all genres anywhere except in Nashville. I understand why they call it Music City. Among those Artist we met Nathan Lee Jackson. We actually went to a small church again almost all of them Musicians. Karin, Bill and Nathan were all there. I heard some of the most honest worship there. It was a sound for soar ears so to speak. True Worship, Finally. Anyway we all became good friends. I really enjoyed the time we got to play together and the Fellowship with all of them. We miss you all out there. I just wanted to brag a little here on how far Nathan has made it ever since. If they let me I would like to add more updates here as well.

    First off, Nathan Lee Jackson's CD he's been working on for so long now. I finally out. We jumped on it of course, It's that good. If you wanna own a great CD, Filled with the Spirit of God and the talent to back it all up. Go to his site here and check it out."

    Nathan Lee Jackson

    tags: nathan, jackson, god, Christianity, jesus, bible, christ, Music

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