Wednesday, January 25, 2012


Here is a concert you won't want to miss if you're in the area.
Anna and her hubby always seem to be busy organizing one major event or another for the blessing and benefit of many.  This will be no exception - in fact, it just may prove to be the creme de la creme of their various & wonderfully creative ways of ministering to the world around us.  I can't wait to talk them into helping me organize a Getty concert in Hamilton Place someday... :)
With Jacob Moon opening the show - we're getting a double whammy of song and superior sound AND musicianship that will inspire and infuse your soul with a whole lot of goodness.
Just watching him play that guitar of his is worth the price of admission!  Bonus to have a smooth sounding set of pipes to go with it.
This is the write-up at
As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, Dundas Calvin Christian School is pleased to welcome Dove award winning artists Selah to Canada . Selah is made up of the gifted trio Todd Smith, Allan Hall, and Amy Perry. From their inception, Selah has always been synonymous with hymns. In fact, the understated beauty of the trio’s 1999 debut, Be Still My Soul (Curb), helped initiate a hymn revival in Christian music that is still thriving today. Their discography has significantly re-popularized the church’s greatest songs while decorating the popular group with numerous Dove Awards, number one singles, sold out concert tours and over two and half million albums sold.
Opening the evening will be solo guitarist Jacob Moon. Stylistically, Jacob fits into the roots category, with some eclectic twists. His strong rhythmic sense is complemented by a keen ear for catchy melody and lyrical depth. The opportunity to hear and experience a Jacob Moon show is not to be missed.

Redeemer concert hall only seats about 1000 people.
Avoid disappointment.  Order your tickets soon.  

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for visiting today. Carpe Diem!