This Week’s Guest: Matty Mullins

By Paul Gibson | April 28th, 2017 | Posted In News

This week we are joined by Matty Mullins. While most know him from Memphis May Fire, he has recently started working seriously on his solo career. We’ll talk about his new solo album Unstoppable and what the future will hold for MMF and his solo gig.


Weekly Fan Favorite Poll

By Paul Gibson | April 24th, 2017 | Posted In Polls


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What Song Should Be This Week’s Fan Favorite?

(New) The Afters – Shadows
Anchor & Braille – Lower East Side
As We Ascend – Wash Away
Capital Kings – I Can’t Quite ft Reconcile
Citizens and Saints – Faith
Demon Hunter – Cold Winter Sun
Disciple – Erase
Drive Thru Society – Embers
(New) Faintheart – You And I
Fallstar – Radio (NW Hesh)
Family Force 5 – Out of This World
Fit For A King – Deathgrip
Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh – Beneath The Skin
Graceful Closure – Unknown Land
Hearts Like Lions – Pretty Little Phase
House Of Heroes – Feel
NYVES – Not Enough
Out of Black – Voices
Paper Route – Balconies
Project 86 – Sabotage
Random Hero – Mirror Mirror
Rapture Ruckus – Tidal Wave
Rev Mizz – Lit
Scarlet White – Lost in the Smoke
Skillet – Back From The Dead
Social Club Misfits – Pop Out Revenge ft Amari
Thrice – Black Honey
Veridia – Still Breathing
Wolves At The Gate – Flickering Flame
Surf Gvng x Victor Cornilus

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This Week’s Guest: Jason Dunn

By Paul Gibson | April 22nd, 2017 | Posted In News


This week’s guest is the founding member and original vocalist for Hawk Nelson and current solo artist and vocalist for Lights Go Down, Jason Dunn. We’ll talk about his newly released solo single “Rock Bottom.” What the his time in Hawk Nelson means to him now and why he’s back in Canada.

Don’t miss it.


This Week’s Guest: Aaron Sprinkle

By Paul Gibson | April 14th, 2017 | Posted In News

 

This week we are talking with producer, musician and singer, Aaron Sprinkle. As a producer he has been the guiding force in the studio for everybody from Hawk Nelson to Anberlin and Demon Hunter to Disciple. As an artist himself he has been part of both Poor Old Lu and Fair and now he continues his solo career with a new album on Tooth and Nail Records called Real Life.

We’ll talk about his career, his new album and why his album cover is a school picture of him from Jr. High.

Find out where and when to listen in the stations section.


This Week’s Guest: Demon Hunter

By Paul Gibson | April 7th, 2017 | Posted In News

This week on the show Ryan Clark is calling in to the show to talk to us about the new Demon Hunter album. OutliveĀ is their eighth studio album and they are still breaking new ground as a band even after fifteen years.

Don’t miss this interview.