McPherson/Grant - Song album
Official HD music video for JD McPherson's "North Side Gal". From the album "Signs & Signifiers" featuring Jimmy Sutton & Alex Hall.
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Song-writing combo Scott McPherson & Jamie Grant Debut album "SONG" Coming 2017. Sort of forgotten about. This was the first song we released just over 2 years ago. Enjoy or ignore. ps - Cheers Japan! ;) 362 Views. 29 January at 11:31 ·. Tower Records - Japan :) maybe we are indie? or international? or the numbers mean nothing - but we are still on the wall (cool!). i wonder what the sticker says? yoshinori? See all. Videos. Let's Drive To Summer (McPherson/Grant 2018). 7. 1. No For An Answer - McPherson/Grant 2018.
Simple Things is the twelfth studio album by Christian music and pop music singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released in 2003. Grant's first secular album (while containing Christian themes) since 1997's Behind the Eyes, Simple Things did not see the mainstream success similar to Grant's albums from the 1990s.
High School in Parkland, Florida. He released his first EP on Fueled by Ramen, A Modern Tragedy Vol. 1, in June 2018. That album also featured the song "6:00" which discussed police brutality. Also in June 2018, Grandson was featured on Mike Shinoda's debut album, Post Traumatic, on the track, "Running From. My Shadow Throughout 2018, Grandson toured with acts like Hobo Johnson, Joywave, Nothing But Thieves, Smashing Pumpkins, and Young the Giant
Behind the Eyes (Amy Grant album). Redirected from Somewhere Down the Road (Amy Grant song)). Behind the Eyes is the tenth studio album, and fifteenth album by Christian music and pop music singer Amy Grant, released in 1997 (see 1997 in music). Issued near the end of Grant's marriage to Christian singer-songwriter Gary Chapman, many of the songs on Behind the Eyes reflect Grant's struggles in her marriage and all relate to a theme of optimism.
From the first notes of the album's opener, "1974," a song about her discovery of faith, one feels as though Grant has left behind the pop sounds of this album's predecessor, Unguarded, and entered territory more familiar to her Nashville roots. The music is more organic; acoustic guitars play amid mandolins, combined, at times, with their electric cousins, joined with lyrics that possess both wisdom and wondering, while the production gives this fully digital recording the warmth of an LP on a turntable.
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Also, "Find a Way" was Grant's first major single release, as it was issued in secular outlets by A&M Records along with the album. Between 1982 and 1984, Amy Grant had become one of the most popular contemporary Christian singers to date, her album Age to Age had become the best-selling Christian album up to that point; it became the first Christian album by a solo artist to be certified gold in 1983