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Third Day Revives Musical Roots

Third Day

Third Day has revived their “turn of the century” (2000, that is) southern rock style for their latest single, “Revival.”  Mac Powell said this upbeat song was inspired by Revival Week at his childhood church in Alabama. 

"Revival Week required me to do some soul searching and ask myself, 'Am I really at a place where I'm willing to surrender to what God would ask and have of me?'" Powell added, "Brothers and sisters, He wants so much more than just a revival week for us.”  You can watch the official lyric video here.

Simone Biles Dances to “Good Good Father”
Simone Biles
Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles chose to perform a waltz to Chris Tomlin’s “Good, Good Father” on a recent episode of “Dancing With The Stars.”  Biles said she chose the song as a tribute to her grandfather, who rescued Simone and her sisters from foster care and adopted them.  At the end of the dance, Simone ran to embrace her adoptive father, whom she calls “Dad.”  You can watch a video of her story here.

Hillary Scott Releases “Still”
Hillary Scott
Following her Grammy-winning song “Thy Will,” Hillary Scott of the popular country music group Lady Antebellum has released “Still.”  "When our family first heard this song, the citing of Psalm 46 immediately struck a chord with us," said Scott. "It shares that universal feeling everyone feels at times when we're grasping for direction to immediately try and make things better. Sometimes you have to take a step back and this song is a simple reminder that a high power is always in control."  Here is a link to the official lyric video.

The City Harmonic Calls It Quits
The City Harmonic
Canadian worship band The City Harmonic has announced plans to disband following their final album and tour in 2017.  The band began by playing worship for students in Hamilton, Ontario.  Their sound combined rock music with symphonic, sweeping anthem-like choruses.  The four members all shared a desire to spend more time at home and in their local churches.

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