Nashville News

Worship City Praise Photos

A collection of photos from June 9th’s Worship City Praise in Nashville, TN. Photos were taken by Kathryn Darden. Click on small photo to view larger version Kirk Cameron and Jeff Deyo greeted each other when Kirk arrived Jeff prayed with Kirk before Kirk climbed the steps to share histestimony Kirk shares his inspiring testimony with the crowd Speakers Don Finto and Melody Green compare news about Jerusalembackstage. Mac Powell poses in front of the State Capitol Mac Powell leads…

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WorshipCityPraise Day to Be Declared By City Council

During their Tuesday, May 1st meeting, the Nashville City Council will announce a proclamation that June 9, 2001 will be declared as WorshipCityPraise Day in the city of Nashville. Nashville Council Member (District 28) Jason Alexander has initiated the resolution before the council as an annual proclamation for the second Saturday during the month of June to be known as WorshipCityPraise Day. WorshipCityPraise is a monthly citywide gathering created to bring people together of all ages, races, denominations and backgrounds…

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Symphony and Choir Perform Duruflé “Requiem”

The Nashville Symphony and Chorus will perform the Durufle Requiem in Nashville on April 27 and 28 at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. The Requiem, Op. 9 of French organist and composer Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986), was completed in 1947 and was first performed on Paris radio in November of the same year. Similar to his other 13 works, it is primarily based on Gregorian chant melodies. However, Duruflé went beyond these melodies, treating them very freely, adding countermelodies and imitative sections,…

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Nashville News: March 2001

Pregnant Amy Grant was in New York taping the “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” show in early February. Amy was on the show February 14th raising money ($125,000) for St. Judes Children’s Hospital in Memphis where she had recently performed. Coincidentally, I was in New York and caught her on “Millionaire” while in the Big Apple. She is working on her new album to be released in the summer and is currently working on a song called “Looking for…

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Nashville News: February 2001

Jaci Velasquez performed for an event during the four-day inaugural celebration for George W. Bush while Michael W. Smith attended the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast on January 21st. And, of course, Sandi Patty kicked things off with the “Star Spangled Banner” on Thursday night. Lighter shade of pale? The new album from Rebecca St. James, Transform, hit stores worldwide in January. Rebecca seems to have also gone somewhat blond since last time we saw her. I guess you could say she’s…transformed!…

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January 1stNashville News

Twila Paris is expecting her first child in April of 2001. Jamie Slocum recently shared the bill with Tammy Trent, the Katinas, and Michael English, singing to raise funds to help Grace Ministries build a drug rehabilitation center in Nashville. Later, Jamie’s services were auctioned off at a concert for The KidS.A.K.E. Foundation, a group for children with diabetes, chronic illness, and other needs. Jamie returns to Mingus Mountain in December, a place for women with eating disorders in Arizona….

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Nashville News Oct. 2000

Featuring: Featuring Bob Mackenzie, Jennifer Knapp, Luna Halo, Jars of Clay, Phil Keaggy, Wes King, Jaci Velasquez, Margaret Becker, Steven Curtis Chapman, Crystal Lewis, Russ Taff, Wayne Watson, Aaron Benward, Clay Crosse, Twila Paris, Russ Lee, Rachael Lampa, 4HIM, Avalon, Rebecca St. James, Amy Grant, Howard Hewitt, Richard Marx, David Pack, Vince Gill, Michael Crawford, Donna Summer, Danny Gans, Michael W. Smith, Gary Chapman, Steve Crawford, Anointed, Nashville Music Awards nominees and more! Christian Music Legend BOB MACKENZIE 62, died…

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Transformation Nashville: A New Year resolution for the city

is there anything too big for God? is there anything you can imagine for the Kingdom of God that could surpass His desires for our city? what if we started praying for our city of nashville to be completely transformed – really transformed? what would it look like? i don’t mean having Adelphia Coliseum filled with worshipers . . . though that will be cool . . . but what would happen if we all came together in unity as…

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