New, Forgotten, Unknown 2/19/16 New Music Friday

Six new musician followers. I love finding new musicians and listening to new music I would never have heard of if it wasn’t for social media.  Be sure to check out other musicians I posted. Maybe you will find someone new you like. I hope by me sharing your music that you will get more fans to listen to your music. Please feel free to share/purchase the song I wrote with Lily Messer and Ceylon Wise. I have many more songs I would like to get out there but can not financially afford to record them. If interested in teaming up together, feel free to contact me.

What’s Next by David Fanning – 

Starving Artist by Izzy Cash – 

Unclear by Victoria Canal – 

Breathe by Chalk – 

Lessons Learned by Three Beards – 

Rather Unique by  Ben Illa ( produced by E Smitty) – 



Thanks for all the follows, musicians and non-musicians.

. Let me know your thoughts, do I put too many on here, not enough, just right? Which of the three little bears am I?  Hope you enjoy.

Some other music from non-followers and followers I have listened to this week.

Back Home by John Anderson – 

Be Careful Out There by Regina Belle – 

Beloved by Jordan Feliz – 

Bird Set Free by Sia – 

Breaking Down by Disciple – 

The Call by Joy Enriquez – 

Come On Jesus by Tray Michaels – 

Dead Man Walking by John Tibbs – 

Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord by John Anderson – 

Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time by Panic At The Disco – 

Don’t You Love Me Anymore by Joe Cocker – 

Edge Of Darkness by Wesleigh Rushing – 

Fade by The Black Lillies – 

Finally Free by Stitched Up Heart – 

Forget About The Blame by Trans-Siberian Orchestra (feat. Lzzy Hale) – 

God Is On The Move by 7eventh Time Down – 

Hear Me by Tedeschi Trucks Band – 

Hold Each Other by A Great Big World – 

I Don’t Have The Answers by We Are Messengers – 




and our song:

I Question You by Lily Messer – 

On Itunes :

6 thoughts on “New, Forgotten, Unknown 2/19/16 New Music Friday

  1. Thank you so much. In my earlier post “Jesus as GPS,” I briefly mention contemporary Christian music and the power of the words and chord changes. In an ever earlier piece, maybe even the About page, I relate how for the past 20 years my children have said that I needed to listen to more music. Well, I never knew what music to listen to. I would ask for their advice and they would reply that I had to find it for myself. Hopeless, I went unlistening. I will listen to the artists you present here and find some I like, I am sure. In the meantime, I am happy to announce that I not only have found the old music that I had forgotten that I love, I even remember the words, syncopations, and riffs. Memory is awesome stuff.


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      1. Preferred genre? I’m beginning to think I like all genres, depending on my mood and temperament at the time. Lately, I’ve been watch the best of X-factor auditions on youtube. I play them over and over. I get up and dance in front of my computer…all by myself. And I weep over some (My Prayer by Charlotte and Jonathan, their 1st audition) and ball over others (Josh Daniels singing Jealous). I even like rap as long as the lyrics are not mean-spirited or about hate. I mention using music that makes me cry as a way to expel energy in “Further thoughts on Bipolar Disorder,” a post on The View from 5022.

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          1. Watch YouTube: “Alfie Boe Warbles a bit”. It isn’t Pavarotti, but for an impromptu performance, it blows me away. And if you have seen Interstellar, and it moved you emotionally, the “NASA’s Orion Space Launch set to Interstellar Soundtrack” (the shorter one) will make you cry, too.

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