Fusebox at NashvilleMetro Worship & Bible Study

Fusebox performed a free concert at the new Nashville
Metro Worship & Bible Study, Tuesday May 14 in
Franklin, TN. This was a special event hosted by
Darren Tyler, who calls himself the “Metro Speaker
Guy”. The Metro House Band opened the evening with
praise and worship time. Before introducing Fusebox,
Darren led a brief devotional entitled “Acquired
Taste”
This was based on scripture from Matthew 5:6 “Blessed
are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for
they will be filled”.
Later, Fusebox invited everyone to join along as they
led an extended rock and worhsip time. The band
performed many songs from LOST IN WORSHIP on Elevate
Records. Highlights included “Lost In Worship”,
“Breathe”, “King” and the testimonial “I Will Exalt”.
Lead singer Bill Buchanan spoke about how that song
related to his Spiritual growth. He said that many
years ago, “I was a mess”. Then as God began to
change him, people would say “Dude, what’s up with
you?” To find out more about Nashville Metro, please
log on to www.nashvillemetro.org
Please see my Photo
Gallery
for a recent picture of Fusebox
Kurtis Kegley is a free-lance writer who writes music reviews and concert reviews for Christian Activities.

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