1 - Sanctus
2 - Holy, Holy, Holy Lord
3 - Here With Us
4 - Hail Almighty King
5 - Messiah Has Come
6 - King Of Angels
7 - O Come All Ye Faithful
8 - Silver Starlight
9 - It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
10 - Manger Throne
11 - Mary`s Prayer
12 - Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (reprise)
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Meet the Artists
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Beginning his critically-acclaimed career with The Hammer Holds and moving ten years later to I Will Lift My Eyes Bebo Norman has established himself as one of the most talented, approachable and gifted artists in Christian music. His keen perception, and raw honesty, have allowed him to openly share his own stories of faith, hope, love and loss, which in turn, have captured our stories as well.
Joy Williams grew up in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California, where her father served as the executive director of Mt. Hermon Christian Conference Center. At the age of 14, Williams was offered a recording contract, but she turned down the opportunity to pursue a normal childhood. When a second recording contract was presented to her three years later, however, she signed. Her debut album was recorded during her final years in high school, and Williams followed it with 2002's By Surprise and 2005's Genesis.
Krystal Meyers was born in Orange County, California, but moved with her family to Franklin, Tennessee when she was six. When Krystal was 10 she picked up a pencil and started writing songs. About 3 years later, she moved on to the acoustic guitar, really showing her talents.
These days Krystal tends to lean towards edgy rock, which you can experience when she fires up her electric guitars and rhythmic drums.
In 2005, Meyers made a big splash, entering into Christian Music with her self-titled debut album. At the age of 18, she graduated high school and received a Dove Award nomination for New Artist of the Year.
Adapted from www.christianmusic.com, viewed 21.07.14.
Jars Of Clay
Jars of Clay is a Grammy Award winning Christian rock band from Franklin, Tennessee. They met at Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois.
Jars of Clay consists of Dan Haseltine on vocals, Charlie Lowell on piano and keyboards, Stephen Mason on lead guitars and Matthew Odmark on rhythm guitars. Although the band has no permanent drummer or bassist, Jeremy Lutito and Gabe Ruschival of Disappointed By Candy fill these roles for live concerts. Past tour band members include Aaron Sands, Scott Savage, and Joe Porter. Jars of Clay's style is a blend of alternative rock, folk, acoustic, and R and B.
The band's name is derived from the New International Version's translation of 2 Corinthians 4:7: But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us. This verse is paraphrased in their song "Four Seven," which appears on Frail and as a hidden track on the CD release of their self-titled album.
Influenced by the Southern rock of Lynyrd Skynyrd and other artists such as U2 and Rich Mullins, Third Day was originally formed by vocalist Mac Powell and acoustic guitarist Mark Lee. The duo added bassist Tai Anderson and drummer David Carr from another local band, and recorded some demos. Third Day's live shows gradually built a loyal fan base, and just after lead guitarist Brad Avery joined, the band signed to Gray Dot Records. Their eponymous debut followed in 1996, with Conspiracy No. 5 appearing a year later. In 1999 Third Day returned with Time, and the next year Offerings, a collection of new and live material, came out, followed in 2003 by its companion, Offerings II: All I Have to Give.
That same year, the American Music Awards tapped them with a nomination in the Favorite Contemporary Inspirational Artist category. For their fifth studio album, 2004's Wire (which was followed shortly after by Live Wire), Third Day returned to their rock and roll roots, a trend they kept up for 2005's Top Ten hit Wherever You Are, which came out in CD/DVD format the next year. ~
John Bush, All Music Guide