Posts tagged with ‘music’

  • Kutless “ALPHA / OMEGA” Music CD Review #KutlessAO #FlyBy

    By Ruth on November 22, 2017
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    Disclosure: I received a copy of this CD in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated in any way and all opinions are 100 percent mine. Recently, I had the opportunity to review an album from a Christian music group with whom I was completely unfamiliar. That seems to happen quite regularly now as I’m not always […]
  • Interview With Composer Graeme Coleman, “Engaging Father Christmas”

    By Ruth on November 10, 2017
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    I happened to be watching one of last year’s new favorite Christmas movies–Finding Father Christmas–and for whatever reason, the music suddenly captivated me. I don’t know why I hadn’t noticed it before. In my opinion, music which accompanies made-for-TV movies all too often leaves much to be desired. But with this film, the music is an impeccable complement to the […]
  • “The Forgotten Carols” Giveaway (Ends 11/9)

    By Ruth on November 6, 2017
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    Looking for something special to do this Christmas season? Well, let me tell you, I have a special program for you to check out. There is a show touring the country this season, and it is called The Forgotten Carols. There is a good chance that one is coming near to you. Never heard of this group before? Well, let me […]
  • NICOLE NORDEMAN “EVERY MILE MATTERED” CD Review & Giveaway (Ends 8/8) U.S. #everymilemattered #FlyBy

    By Ruth on July 31, 2017
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    I will admit, before this promotion, I had never heard of this artist. I was so happy to be sent a copy of this album for review because I love discovering new and talented artists, and if they are inspirational, so much the better! As I placed the CD in my computer to listen to it, I immediately fell in […]
  • Interview With Actress/Singer Hayley Sales, “The Perfect Bride”

    By Ruth on June 9, 2017
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    I watched Cedar Cove from its inception on the Hallmark Channel, and most of the cast knew me as a loyal viewer and supporter. But there was something about one of the actresses on the show that always intrigued me–Hayley Sales. Her character popped up almost out of the blue one day, and then she left, oh so suddenly–far too […]
  • Interview With Musician ROYAL

    By Ruth on June 8, 2017
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    I adore Hallmark movies, and one of the best things about these sweet, romantic films is their expert use of music. Sometimes we hear established favorites from contemporary artists, which always puts me in the mood for singing along (yes, I admit, I’ve done that. Come on now, haven’t you??) On the other hand, Hallmark also uses promising musicians like […]
  • Three Things That Can Help You Learn Music

    By Ruth on June 7, 2017
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      Learning how to play your favorite musical instrument is one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself. Many get the chance to play as young children in the form of vocal or piano lessons their parents made them go to, but not all people had that luxury. Thankfully, it is never too late to get started […]
  • MANDISA “Out Of The Dark” CD Review & Giveaway (Ends 5/29) U.S. #outofthedark #flyby

    By Ruth on May 23, 2017
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    MANDISA is back with a NEW CD “OUT OF THE DARK”.  Story Behind The Album: https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=Df27myDpm1c Acoustic Video for “Unfinished”: https://www. youtube.com/watch?v= IQFpXcvFI0A Purchase link: http://smarturl.it/ OutOfTheDark.all?IQid=flyby Mandisa wrote her song “Overcomer” in 2013 to encourage her close friend Kisha, who was battling breast cancer. Mandisa really believed and prayed that God was going to heal her, but when Kisha went to be with […]
  • Interview With Musician David Sancious

    By Ruth on May 17, 2017
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    A LEGEND is defined as “an extremely famous or celebrated person, especially in a particular field,” and in the case of world-renowned musician David Sancious, that moniker expressly suits him. With his extensive career and vast array of accomplishments, very few have enjoyed the unprecedented success that this man has achieved. And yet even in his busy schedule and with another […]
  • Consider Private Music Lessons

    By Ruth on March 2, 2017
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    In this day and age of educational cutbacks where public schools are slashing budgets at an alarming rate, the first program that often receives the proverbial ax is the fine arts program. As a former music teacher myself, I can attest to the fact that music and performing arts are often seen as superfluous.  Since there are no standardized tests […]