August 5, 2014 -- When it comes to punk rock, Sef Idle is quietly becoming a household name. For almost 20 years his musical efforts have been honed and shaped with such bands as Two Spare Months, Strong Point, uniSEF, and finally the Boise-based False Idle. But Sef's first foray into a more traditional singer-songwriter role does not disappoint. His first official release, Start Again, from Thumper Punk Records is proof that there's more to his story than one might think.
After writing and recording a solo song entitled "Get Back Up" in 2008 under the name Just Plain Sef, the journey began. Although that song was never released until 2012 when it was included with the uniSEF Discography, it was the start of something bigger. Honest writing is key to Sef's style. Songs like "5 am" and "Back Then" show a continued depth of content while "In The Sand" is an old fashioned thank you to one Mrs. Idle. With an overall message of new beginnings in spite of past mistakes, Sef Idle's solo release is a reassuring call to all of us that personal failings are not the end, only opportunities to start again. Well-crafted vocals and introspective lyrics make this latest release just another win in an already prolific musical career.
For booking, promo requests, or to set up an interview, please contact Sef Idle at “firstname.lastname@example.org”, or visithttp://www.sefidlemusic.com.
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Nashville, Tenn. (July 29, 2014) - GRAMMY® Award winner Mandisa announced the upcoming release of her first ever full remix album, Get Up: The Remixes, set to debut September 16. The album will feature remixes of her biggest hits including "Overcomer," "Stronger" and "Good Morning," all three of which Mandisa has performed on ABC's Good Morning America.
The 11-track album puts an upbeat spin on Mandisa's hits, encouraging fans to Get Up and move, whether they want to dance and exercise to the album or just need a little extra motivation to face the day. Get Up: The Remixes follows the success of Mandisa's best-selling and critically acclaimed album Overcomer which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart.
Here it is- the official Press Statement- I will miss my quality time withAudio Adrenaline but I am still their ally in both music and life- Mark Stuart and I plan to do a ride in Haiti soon, keeping the dream alive and the awareness needed for the 'Least of These…' That said, these past 2 years, I have seen many road miles and many things fulfilled for the Kingdom- Rock and Roll is more than just a melody, and I am proud to have been a part of Mark's vision. If you have any questions please ask them in the thread- I will try my best over the next few days to answer anything that I feel needs to be answered that is not explained in this statement. http://t.e2ma.net/message/sjkln/ge8a7b
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Thumper Punk Records is pleased to announce the debut album “Fight Within” by No Punk Influences. 11 songs of raw and gritty street punk out of Monmouth, Illinois, sung with passion and purpose. Strong, steadfast proclamation that delivers their unique message of hope and redemption, found only in Jesus.
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'You Can Return to Jesus,' Actor Shares Purported Message From God to Pop Singer
Source: Christian Post
Insisting that he does not "usually do this," actor and outspoken Christian Stephen Baldwin posted a messageonline Tuesday that he says the Holy Spirit revealed to him while watching pop star Rihanna's emotional and gritty "What Now" music video.
"I usually don't do this but just saw the @rihanna vid 'what now' near the end they flash the cross & the next thing she sings ... is 'I don't know where to go' & the Holy Spirit responded with these words ... 'yes you do, you have known me all along, from when you were a child you remember the name of Jesus, His light on your face, His joy in your heart, You can return to Jesus,'" Baldwin wrote Tuesday, in a message apparently meant for Rihanna, born Robyn Rihanna Fenty.
Ambassadors of Shalom announce the release of their debut album “Abdicate Self. Thirteen songs of blistering English street punk with a message of Hope for the downtrodden
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