Well, I was away this past weekend, so I’ll give you the 2nd hand reports…
We didn’t do any openers or closers – which usually makes for a simplified week, and this was no different. However, a couple of the tunes were newer, which means that not all the musicians had played them yet.
That brings up an observation. With our musician and Worship Leader schedules – like ’em or not – it can often mean that at a Wednesday night rehearsal there are guys in that week’s band that have played a tune a bunch, and sometimes others have not played it at all.
And what makes our musicians great is that the guys that are more experienced with a tune are quick to aid the ones that haven’t played it. They’ll kindly offer notes or suggestions based on their own past experiences. Pretty cool.
Alrighty, so here’s what we did – nothing elaborate or crazy, just a good, effective time of worship…
Salvation’s Chorus by Todd Fields
Hands of the Healer by Eddie Kirkland
Everything by Tim Hughes
I’m really digging that Everything tune. I’m a big Tim Hughes fan. Have I said that before? Not sure…
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East Band – Mike Gleason, Trey McKnight, Earl South, Scott Meeder, Jeremy Moyers, Mike Hines, Chris Arias
West Band – Todd Fields, Ryan Stuart, Pat Malone, Ashley Appling, Danny Grady, Bill DeLoach
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Who are you a big fan of?