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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

New Music, Tulsa, Jeff City and KC!

Not sure if something has changed but lately our shows seem to be a lot more packed! This past weekend we played in Tulsa, OK, Jefferson City, MO and Kansas City, MO. Every show was full! And in Kansas City we had a full house 10-15 minutes before showtime which meant they had to turn people away!! Full houses sure make for a fun show for us. So thanks to all who worked so hard at putting the shows together and thanks to everyone who showed up! Especially you crazies who drove 5 hours to get there! (Tom & Dianna!) We saw many familiar faces and met lots of new friends. Definitely one of the perks of the job!

We were also fed like kings. The bus was overflowing with sweets and treats. Pastries, cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies, candies, chocolates and more! We had to wade through it all to get to our bunks. Candies were probably spouting out the exhaust as we drove down the interstate. At least I was able to bring some home to my wonderful wife since we missed Valentines together.

Next week we'll be hitting the studio to record a couple of new songs. We'll be working with producer Mark Heimermann again which is great! He produced songs on our last two albums and seems to produce the ones that make it to radio so hopefully that can happen again. These will be part of a new project we're working on releasing by the summer.

Just a reminder, if you haven't joined our Facebook Fan Page to do so. The bulk of our updates are happening there and we do stop by to check it out too. So it's a great place to leave comments.

Until next time . . .

Glenn

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6 Comments:

Blogger Mindy said...

Summer?! I had heard December!! Is this a different project or just a single to hit in summer....I'm all sorts of confused now!

Either way...can't wait to see what you guys have up your sleeves...anticipating the debut of the new album.

And it's great to hear that your shows have been selling out! SWEEEET!

Blessings to you and we shall see you soon.

~Mindy

12:44 PM  
Anonymous Carl said...

It seems to me that something has been changing. The audiences at the concerts that I have attended recently (including Jefferson City) are not only filled; they are filled with people who know the songs and are enthusiastic about the band. It's about time!

You have long had enthusiastic fans. However, the number seems to be growing noticeably.

No doubt loading out after these packed shows has been delayed since you are signing for so many people. All in all, that's a nice problem to have!

What a blessing it has been to see this happening. May God continue to bless the band and your ministry!

4:23 PM  
Blogger Shawn said...

Awesome to hear your shows have been selling out, bro :)

Can't wait till the new albums come out as well as seeing you guys rock out in Saskatoon :)

-Shawn

12:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Marc, Jason, Jeremy, and Glen,

I want to thank you so much for you ministry! I really, REALLY love the music you guys play! It is such a blessing and an encouragement to me! It amazes me how the Lord can use 'accidents' to give us such great blessings! We found out about ya'll by 'accident'! We don't really listen to the radio, but one day the tape player in the car wasn't working right, so in the process of playing around with it, we heared "How Many Kings" playing! We came home and looked up the group that played it and found ya'll! We have been so blessed by your music! We only have one of your cds right now, Ending is Beginning, but I am hoping to get 'Wide-Eyed and Mystified' soon. We have heard a whole bunch of others, though, on you tube and the Downhere website.

One of my most special times in the day (and I look forward to it all day) is in the evening when I sit down at the computer for 30-45 minutes and watch youtube videos that we have download of ya'll singing. I really enjoy it and feel so refreshed and uplifted. I am sure that being at a real concert would be better, but I haven't been able to do that yet.

Um, when are you coming to Dallas? :) We were thinking about coming to the OK concert or concert you did in Abilene, but neither worked out. Both are a long drive from where we live, north of Dallas.

I also enjoyed the "Behind the Song" stories that you put on the Jesus Freak Hideout website. I found it by looking for the words of "Surrender".

May the Lord bless you as you serve others!


Faith

5:32 PM  
Blogger Brickster said...

That is great that you guys have been getting more attention! I LOVE your music!

I just discovered this blog and I love it, especially the header.

P.S. I link to you on my blog! :D

2:26 PM  
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