Unspoken‘s new self-titled CD will release on April 1st (no foolin’, we promise)! Click here to pre-order online. Be sure to listen in on Monday, March 31st. Thanks to Centricity Music, we have a stack of the new CDs to give away the new CD all day long! (6AM-10PM). So, program 717-392-3690 into your speed dial and listen for your chance to win on WJTL.
Jamie Grace will be in town this weekend for the “Do Life Big” Tour at Lancaster Bible College with her sister Morgan Harper Nichols and a band she discovered called “NOW“. The show is on Sunday; doors open at 6PM and the concert starts at 7PM. Tickets will be available at the door.
Before the concert, Jamie Grace will stop by The Junction Center (the home of WJTL) for an acoustic style mini-concert at 1:30PM. We’ll provide refreshments including Good Java courtesy of The Good Java Company. Space is limited for the exclusive event. The only way to attend is to win your way onto our guest list. Listen to WJTL Thursday (March 27th) and Friday (March 28th) for chances to win your way to this event!
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Ellie Holcomb is new to WJTL’s library of artists–we’ve been playing her song “The Broken Beautiful” lately. She’s married to Drew Holcomb and was part of Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors. Her dad’s name may ring a bell: Brown Bannister. Brown had a few of his own songs air on WJTL back in the early 80’s including his hit “Talk To One Another”. Bannister is best known for his work in the audio engineering, recording and production industry. He won 25 Dove Awards and 14 Grammys. If you’ve read the liner notes on your cassettes and CDs over the years, you’ve probably spotted his name on a few of your favorite projects. Brown Bannister has written lots of songs, notably for Amy Grant (among many others).
Ellie Holcomb and Brown Bannister will be Live From The Junction Center this Friday morning at 7:00! It’ll be a great morning of acoustic music in front of a live studio audience that we’ll air on the radio. Space is limited for this exclusive event, but you could be a part of it! We’ll serve a light breakfast including Good Java from The Good Java Company. Listen to WJTL all day long on Winning Wednesday, March 26th, and you could win spots on our guest list! Keep our number handy: 717-392-FM90.
Swedish-American singer/songwriter Jonathan Thulin‘s new song “Architecture” is in our playlist lately here at WJTL. On Tuesday, March 25th, we’ll give you chances to win his “The White Room” CD all day long leading up to his interview with Phil Smith on New Tunes at 9. Program 717-392-3690 into your speed dial list and listen in to get to know more about Jonathan Thulin and his music. (In the mean time, click here.)
The 2014 SOAR Conference for Women is coming to Calvary Church in Lancaster on Saturday, March 29th (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.). This is an opportunity for you to catch your breath and take a moment to reflect on what God is doing in your life. Groups of women from around the region are learning to seek God daily, obey His leading, arise to God’s challenges and remember His blessings. Speakers include Ruth Graham, Shaunti Feldhan and many more! There will be main sessions and a variety of breakout sessions. Click here for info and registration.
Tune in to WJTL all day long (6AM-10PM) on Winning Wednesday, March 19th for chances to call in and win registration for two! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690.
Tune in all day long on Friday, March 14th, for chances to win the latest music from Chuck Gibson–it’s his new CD “What Pleases You”. Chuck is this year’s worship leader for Vision14, a student conference happening all day long on Saturday, March 15th at Calvary Church in Lancaster. Walk-in registration will be accepted Saturday; and tickets for The Neverclaim concert Saturday evening (also featuring Chuck Gibson) will be available at the door. Event details here.
Local singer/songwriter/worship duo Dan & Lauren Smith will be live in concert this Friday, March 14th at 7PM in the Miller Chapel at Lebanon Valley College. They’ll perform songs from their most recent project, “The Revive Project”—proceeds from which are donated to charities in Reading, PA. Special guests Corey & Sarah Robert will open the night of live music. Click here for the event details and ticket info.
Tune in to WJTL all day long on Thursday, March 13th. We’ll give you chances to call in and win tickets to the concert. Keep our number handy: 717-392-FM90.
The latest music from Casting Crowns is now available on their recently released record, “Thrive”! Coming up on Winning Wednesday, March 12th, you’ll have the chance to win the CD! We’ll give it away all day long on air, so listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win. Our number is 717-392-3690…speed dialing is optional, but recommended. ;)
You can see Casting Crowns perform their new songs live at The Giant Center in Hershey next week. They’ll bring The Thrive Tour to the area (also featuring For King & Country and Laura Story) on Thursday, March 20th. Tickets are still available. Click here for details.
Lebanon Valley Youth For Christ’s annual “Bids For Kids” Benefit Auction is coming up this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (March 13-15) at Lebanon Valley Expo & Fairgrounds! Admission and parking are free. Saturday features an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast and Kauffman’s Chicken BBQ lunch. Proceeds will benefit the programs of LVYFC, which are designed to impact children and youth for Jesus. Click here for the auction schedule.
Tune in to WJTL all day long on Monday, March 10, for your chance to call in and win tickets for Kauffman’s Chicken BBQ at the “Bids For Kids” Benefit Auction. (10AM-2PM; dine in or pickup available.) Keep our phone number handy: 717-392-3690.