Nashville News: September


Kathryn E. Darden
Sep 29, 2004

Nashville: Billboard Magazine has presented Nashville
based band REV21 with a Certificate Of Honorable Mention for their song
"Forgiven" in Billboard's 12th Annual World Song Contest. Their hit single
was entered in the Contemporary Christian category and finished among the
top finalist from around the world.

9/29/4 Revival at the Ryman - an inter-denominational service Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM led by Ray Hughes. Services will feature worship led by The Selah Tabernacle Band, special guests and a message from Ray Hughes. Services are free and open to the public Sunday, October 3rd at 7:00 PM at the Ryman Auditorium.

9/27/4 Amy Grant’s 19th project, due out October 12th, is a collection of her greatest, most loved hits from albums since The Collection (released in 1986). This greatest hits follow-up is a long-awaited milestone marking almost 20 years worth of music-making excellence from Amy Grant.

9/10/4 “Soul2Soul Honors: A Christian Music Celebration” held at The People’s Church of Franklin, TN, honored some of Christian music's most distinguished artists, Soul2Soul recognized the achievements and special contributions of honorees including Avalon, Chris Rice, 4HIM, Margaret Becker, Out of the Grey, DeGarmo & Key, Point Of Grace, Sandi Patty, Matthew West, and Rich Mullins. 

9/8/4 EMI CMG /Sparrow Records’ internationally renowned band, Newsboys and acclaimed artist, Rebecca St. James announce the fall extension of its critically acclaimed “Adoration: The Tour.” Featuring special guest Todd Agnew, the tour supports newsboys’ RIAA certified Gold release and fastest selling album to date, Adoration:

9/7/4 Inherit the Wind , inspired by the 1925 "Scopes Monkey Trial" over the teaching of evolution in Dayton, Tennessee, opens the 2004-2005 homecoming season of Tennessee Repertory Theatre.