Unlike many of today’s themes that air for ten seconds or less, these classics would play for about a minute before the show would begin and the song would stick in your head for days to come.
John L. Cooper (from Skillet) has a book so popular that it sold out on the first day it was offered for sale!
1979: The Day the [Disco] Music Died On the day in 1979, disco music had a death blow as DJ’s Steve Dahl and Garry Meier from Chicago’s WLUP FM created … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for July 12
Maybe it’s just me, but it feels like every other month, ABC is touting the “hottest night of country music” for its next CMA special. This month it’s the CMA … Continue Reading CMA’s Best of Fest
1948: The First Long-Planning Record Spins On this day in 1948, Columbia Records introduced the Long Playing “microgroove” LP record format which rotated at 33⅓ revolutions per minute. The album? … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for June 21
Quarantine videos are all the rage these days. For King & Country filmed “Together” Filmed in their homes and invited Kirk Franklin and Tori Kelly to join them plus about 2,000 others! The result is pretty epic.
While the world isn’t coming to an end just yet, it sure feels like it for many people stuck inside their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Integrity Music has just added Thrive Worship to the roster of musicians with a new album, A Thousand More being released next week. The eleven-song album contains original worship songs … Continue Reading Introducing: Thrive Worship