From Chris Antill serving in Houma, LA QUESTION:Brass and winds? “I am running 2 contemporary and 1 blended services. We have a praise band and team in place, but we have some instrumentalists (brass and winds) that I would really like to get involved. Most
We’ve all faced rejected of some sort during our lives – so it is no surprise that we don’t like having to issue rejection to someone else…especially when that rejection comes in the form of telling someone that they are not cut out for the worship team.
Today marks a new era for worship leaders and worship musicians – an era that your ears can truly be thankful for. Today marks the day when the all-new Westone AC2 hits the market for public sale. Westone announced the new dual-driver custom in-ear last month for
Almost a year ago, I set out on a quest to answer the question: “The best acoustic guitar for a worship leader/worship musician is _______________.” I hate to tell you…I have yet to come up with the answer – but I can tell you without
I’ve determined a new truth in life…bring up the subject of whether or not to pay worship leaders and church musicians in church…and you open a huge can of worms! A few days back, we asked for your opinions on whether or not we should
got worship? Media is about to engage in some sweet studio stuff for worship around the globe and we need your help! Do you play an instrument and have the studio capability or home-studio capability to record yourself playing? WE WANT YOU! Whether you
Hello Fellow brethren of the low end (ok hi to everyone else as well) 😉 This blog is an observation that I wondered if anyone else has caught on to? Has anyone besides I and my wife noticed that most bassist’s are er…umm…follicle challenged (FC)?
Sixteen Cities on stage in a Washington State church. (photo courtesy of JeffMarshStudios.com) It’s powerful to think that when you start a song as a worship leader on Sunday morning, there are hundreds of thousands of people throughout the country worshipping at the same time.