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 From the broadcast the weekend of January 13/14, 2018:


Click for 11th HourOur first Featured Artists of 2018, 11th Hour, had more #1 songs on the Singing News monthly chart over the past two years than anyone else — a total of four!  So that bodes pretty well for what we can expect out of this trio in the future.  Songs on this program were from their current CD, "Silence The Stones."  You heard that song, of course, along with others.  The two songs they've included about prayer, "Power In Prayer" and "I Want You Beside Me," were especially meaningful. The background Amber Eppinette gave for the song she helped write, "I'd Like To Thank The Preacher," was especially unusual.  Who would think of thanking the preacher who won to Christ the preacher who won you to Christ? Group members include founding member Amber Eppinette along with Grant Gibson and Jaquita Lindsey. You can find more info about them on their website.

 The 11th Hour CD featured on this program, "Silence The Stones," is available from our mailorder service, Springside.  Just call 1-800-38-MUSIC to order.  You can order easily from our webstore by using this link to go directly to this item

Emmaus Road QuartetIt was great to be able to visit with Emmaus Road Quartet on this program's Artist Spotlight segment. The group includes Greg Witt, Chris Walton, Colby Goforth and Brandon Barry.  As their website describes them, "Emmaus Road is an Energetic Male Quartet with a sound, style, and anointing all its own. Since the group’s establishment in October 2003, They have had the opportunity of traveling and sharing their ministry all across the United States." You can read much more about their interesting background on their website. Their email address is emmausroadquartet@yahoo.com.  (Note that after this program was completed, Brandon announced he would be singing with a revived quartet, Phil Cross & Poet Voices.  More details soon.)   "Emmaus Road," of course, refers to the road along which Christ appeared to two men after His resurrection and taught them about how He fulfilled Old Testament Scriptures about Himself. See Luke 24.

Because we had no regular January Top 20 Countdown, due to the Christmas and year-end specials the past three weeks, this program included a special January Top 5 Mini-Countdown.