Skillet, Red to headline PointFest
You can find ticket information here.
MALONE ALUMS CONCERT SET TONIGHT – The Malone University Kawfee Haus and Concert Series continues Jan. 31 at 9 p.m. with Leora. Admission is free to Malone students, faculty, and staff; $5 at the door for general public.
Leora (comprised of Malone University alumni Jacob Finn, Andrew Royer, and Mike Coates) is a member of the Christian Artist Association, Nashville, Tenn.
Alive will be held June 20-23 at Atwood Lake Park in Mineral City. You can find out more about the festival here.
QUESTIONS FOR SCC? – Looking forward to the opportunity to interview Steven Curtis Chapman tomorrow. Do you have any questions for him? Leave them as a comment and I’ll do my best to ask tomorrow.
STUDIO UPDATE – TobyMac is working on his new album.
“I’ve got seven songs I’m happy with but still working on,” he said in a recent newsletter. “I’ve been talking to a few would-be-could-be guest artists, yet to be named, who may appear on the record.”
No official word is available on the release date.
NEW MUSIC FROM STARK COUNTY SINGER – Beyond the Rage, a band fronted by Perry Township resident Bill Yarbrough, has released its album “Burn Me Away” on iTunes.
You can check it out here.
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