RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! It’s time for this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup. (New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL.) Tenth Avenue North released their latest project, “The Struggle,” in August of 2012. The record quickly debuted at number 9 on the Billboard chart, and the band embarked on the ‘Struggle Spring Tour’ to support the project. (You can watch videos from their appearance at the Junction Center, on the videos page at WJTL.com http://wjtl.com/videos/) Since releasing their debut project, “Over and Underneath,” in 2008, Tenth Avenue North have built a strong fan-base of support. They were named the 2009 New Artist of the Year, and released a follow-up, “The Light Meets the Dark,” in 2010. Tenth Avenue North singer/guitarist Mike Donehey assembled the band at Palm Beach Atlantic University, in Florida. (Some of the central themes explored on “The Struggle” are grace and forgiveness.) For more on Tenth Avenue North, go to http://tenthavenuenorth.com/. You’ll find links to facebook, you-tube, twitter, and more.
Well, now that it is the middle of August it’s time to start thinking about Fall Concerts and we have something for everyone!! Some concerts are on sale already and others will be on sale soon! We also have a lot of events scheduled for the Brand New Junction Center Tent, which we are all very excited about! Here is the list of events, you can find all the details at the website. Hope you can join us for some very exciting concerts and events!!!
**Turkey Hill Dairy’s All Natural Ice Cream Presents: WJTL’s Fall Series In The Junction Center Tent:
(And Other Concerts)
Sept. 20th at 7PM – WJTL Family Movie Night in The Junction Center Tent
Sept. 28th at 7PM – DEREK WEBB with Matt Wheeler in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 4th at 6:30PM – BEBO NORMAN with ANDREW PETERSON & Sara Groves in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 6th at 7PM – MICHAEL W. SMITH with Dan & Lauren Smith at Grace Fellowship Church in York
Oct. 18th at 7PM – WJTL Family Movie Night in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 24th at 7PM – Harris III (Comedian) with 321 Improv Comedy in The Junction Center Tent
Oct. 25th at 7PM – PETRA in The Junction Center Tent
Nov. 3rd at 7PM – STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN with Jason Gray & Laura Story at Calvary Church in Lancaster
Nov. 13th at 7:30PM – REND COLLECTIVE EXPERIMENT with Bellarive and Audrey Assad at Lancaster Bible College
Dec. 15th at 7PM – The Story Tour: A Christmas Celebration with CASTING CROWNS, STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN, Matthew West and Friends at The Giant Center in Hershey. (Ticket On Sale Date To Be Announced!)
Ann D’Alessandro – I know what I’ll be doing this Fall!!!
During this summer, bumper sticker spotting has taken us some pretty cool places. There are WJTL bumper stickers everywhere! We have had listeners send in pictures of their stickers from New Jersey, Maryland and New York! There is even a WJTL bumper sticker in Sweden thanks to a young man who came to visit and is now proudly sporting his sticker on his car.
A lot of the sticker spotting is done in our local area but we take our Bonanza packets to every live event. Some of us even take our materials on vacation with us! You can win the Bumper Sticker Bonanza from anywhere.
We are still out spotting stickers all over our local listening area. More than that, we still have great prizes from local businesses, WJTL cinch packs and CDs from some great Christian artists. So keep an eye out for a Bumper Sticker Bonanza envelope on your windshield or, as usual, you can send it in to win!
Intern Sandra here, and this morning I am overwhelmed with how blessed I have been by the WJTL community during my summer internship!
In the May of 2011 I walked into the studio at the old location for the first time, nervous and excited to meet all of the DJs and staff that I grew up listening to on air. Fast forward two years, and I get to come to the Junction Center twice a week, hang out with some amazing people, and get to know the listening community better! What a blessing!
The first thing people ask me when they find out I’m a WJTL intern is “Are the DJs and on-air personalities just as fun and kind off air as they are on air?” My answer is always a resounding yes. Being on air with Fred and the Get Up and Go Show has been a blast, with many laughs on air and off. I’ve learned so much from the wisdom and experience of everyone here, and getting to put my new skills into practice on the 9 O’Clock coffee break has been so much fun.
This summer I expanded my horizons past the Junction Center, and took to the Cookie Car to get out into the community and get the scoop on upcoming events with my “Intern Sandra Out and About” segment. I’ve deeply enjoyed getting to know both our listeners and the Lancaster area better. At Creation Northeast, I also got to meet many of our listeners at the WJTL tent, and was so happy to see that WJTL has impacted so many people as much as it has impacted me.
The love and joy that surround WJTL is inspiring, and I can’t think of a better way to spend my summer. Tomorrow I head back to Grove City College for my senior year, and while I’m excited to go back, I know I’ll be tuning in online to keep up with my favorite station.
Thank you to everybody in the WJTL family who made this summer a joy!
Some Sort of Rock Show
August 11th, 2013
Decyfer Down Fight to Win Crash
Rush of Fools We All Rush of Fools
The Almost I’m Down For Inside Our Bones
Anberlin Unwinding Cable Car Cities
7eventh Time Down Just say Jesus Just Say Jesus
Relient K Must Have Done… Five Score and Seven years…
TobyMac Me Without You Eye On It
Submission Red 24( I Want More of You) Untamed Love
NeedtoBreathe Keep Your Eyes Open The Reckoning
P.O.D. Youth of a Nation Satellite
Ashes Remain On My Own What I’ve Become
(Now&Then Double Play)
Hawk Nelson My Next Breathe Crazy
Hawk Nelson California Letters to the President
The Myriad Clean Shot With Arrows, with Poise
Stellar Kart All in (Apologize) All In
RED Die For You Release the Panic
Manic Drive Money Epic
Family Force 5 Supersonic Business Up Front – Party..
I am Empire Gravity Bomb Anchors
Kingdom At the Sound Kingdom
Switchfoot Mess of Me Hello Hurricane
Lecrae(feat Mali Music) Tell the World Gravity
The Elms Hey Hey The Big Surprise
Remedy Drive Light Makes a Way Light Makes a Way EP
Abandon Kansas Turn it Into Gold Turn it into Gold EP
Rhett Walker Band Gonna Be Alright Come to the River
(Now&Then Double Play)
Skillet Sick of It Rise Up
Skillet You’re Powerful Invincible
Manafest Top of the World Citizens Activ
Superchick Rock What you Got Rock What You Got
Capitol Lights Outrage This is an Outrage
|Agnus Dei||Michael W. Smith||Worship||2001|
|God of Wonders (feat. Caedmons Call)||Mac Powell||City on a Hill||2000|
|Be Still And Know||Christy Nockels||Deeper (Integrity Music)||2008|
|Amazed||Jared Anderson||Its All Worship|
|You Are God||Jeff Deyo||Unveil||2007|
|Wonderful Maker||Chris Tomlin||Not To Us||2002|
|Your Love Is Extravagant||The Almost||No Gift To Bring EP||2008|
|Beauty For Ashes||Anthony Skinner||Forever And A Day||2004|
|My Soul Sings (feat. Brian Johnson)||Bethel Live||Here Is Love||2009|
|How He Loves||David Crowder Band||Passion: Awakening||2010|
|I Can Only Imagine||Rita Springer||Effortless||2002|
|Pour Out Your Spirit Lord||Evan Wickham||Mysterious Things||2005|
|We Are Yours||Charlie Hall||Passion: Everything Glorious||2006|
|Soon||Hillsong||Across The Earth – Tear Down The Walls||2009|
|Famous One||Building 429||WOW Worship||2006|
|Glowing Hearts||Seven Places||Glowing||2007|
|Your Name Is Holy, Holy||Jeff Deyo||Light||2003|
|I Am Free||Jared Anderson||51 Must Have Modern Worship Hits||2007|
|Overcome||Jeremy Camp||We Cry Out-The Worship Project||2010|
|Wonderful God||Hillsong||God He Reigns||2005|
|You Are My Hope||Cory Asbury||Holy||2008|
|Love Song||Jason Morant||Abandon||2004|
|Indescribable||Laura Story||Great God Who Saves||2008|
|Cornerstone (My Hope Is Built)||Hillsong Live||Cornerstone EP||2013|
|What Joy Is Found||Jeremy Riddle||Full Attention||2007|
|Strong God||Meredith Andrews||Worth It All||2013|
|Here I Am To Worship (feat. Martin Smith of Delirious||Tim Hughes||Happy Day||2009|
|Lifting My Hands||Deluge||Bethany Presents Deluge (LIVE)||2008|
|Gazing||Future Of Forestry||Twilight||2007|
|Lift My Eyes||Jill Paquette||Jill Paquette||2003|
|Healing Is In Your Hands||Christy Nockels||Passion: Awakening||2010|
|Give Us Clean Hands||Mark Schultz||WOW Worship||2004|
|I Lift My Eyes Up||Vineyard UK||I Love Your Presence||2001|
|These Hands||Jeff Deyo||He Chose the Nails||2000|
|The Eyes Of My Heart||Tim Hughes||Here I Am To Worship||2001|
|Needful Hands||Jars Of Clay||Exodus||1998|
|I Will Lift My Eyes||Bebo Norman||Between the Dreaming and the Coming True||2006|
|Whole World In His Hands||Matt Redman||Passion: How Great Is Our God||2005|
|Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus (Look Up)||Nichole Nordeman||Jesus, Firm Foundation (Hymns Of Worship)||2013|
|Precious Lord, Take My Hand||Bart Millard||Hymned||2005|
|Hands Of The Healer||John Waller||While Im Waiting||2009|
|Healing Hand Of God||Jeremy Camp||Speaking Louder Than Before||2008|
|Waiting Here For You||Christy Nockels||Passion: Here For You||2011|
|Open The Eyes Of My Heart||Paul Baloche||The Writers Collection||2008|
|May The Words Of My Mouth||Tim Hughes||Discover 02||2002|
|I Lift My Hands||Chris Tomlin||And If Our God Is For Us||2010|
|Jesus, I Lift My Eyes||Jars Of Clay||Redemption Songs||2005|
August 9, 10 & 11, 2013
5)Tim Zimmerman & The King’s Brass will be in concert at Lancaster Alliance Church, Pitney Road, Lancaster – tomorrow (Saturday, August 10) at 7pm. The King’s Brass features trumpets, trombones, tuba, percussion and keyboards. Doors will open at 6:30pm. A freewill offering will be received. More info: lancastercma.org
4) Peach Festival at Cornwall U.M. Church in Lebanon tonight (Aug. 9th) 5:30-7:00 at the church. Music, Food, Entertainment, Worship Teams, Children’s Activities and more: 5:30-7:00. More Info: cornwallchurch.org
3) Lancaster Circuit Riders Open Session tonight (Aug 9)
at the Lancaster Convention Center beginning at 7pm. Circuit Riders prepares Believers to share the gospel, pray for healing, invest in others through discipleship, and live a worship lifestyle. More Info: ywamharrisburg.org/circuitriders or Lancaster Circuit Riders on Facebook
2) Steven Courtney & the Suitcase Musicians live in concert tomorrow (Saturday, Aug 10) at Tender Years Early CDC GRAND OPENING in Mechnicsburg, beginning at 11:30am. More info:stevencourtney.com
1) “Creatures of the Garden” Open House and Garden Tours at the Governor’s Residence 2035 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Sunday (Aug 11) from 1-4PM. Guests will enjoy live animal demonstrations by Zoo America educators throughout the day. The Ned Smith Center, Backyard Beekeepers Association and PA Game Commission will offer displays and educational demonstrations. At 2pm Jack Hubley will present a hands-on, educational presentation featuring live critters! The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners of Dauphin County will lead a do-it-yourself bird feeder activity for children. For more information, please contact the Office of the First Lady: 717-787-1965
RADIO FRIEND PHIL – Greetings! It’s time for this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup. (New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL.) Trends in contemporary music come and go. Certain band’s are “of their time”; other band’s change their approach and sound as quickly as musical trends push in new (and recycled) directions. Finally, there are artists whose music remains true to their creative, visionary soul; music that is often decades ahead of trends, recording technique and fashion. Without a doubt, the music of Lost Dogs falls into the latter description. Since 1992, Lost Dogs have remained fiercely independent by recording cutting-edge Americana music, fusing together elements of Gospel, rock, folk, traditional Country and Country Blues.
Lost Dogs, who played at the Junction Center last week, are comprised of veteran musicians: Derri Daugherty and Steve Hindalong of the Choir; Terry Taylor and Paul Averitt of Daniel Amos and Swirling Eddies; and Mike Roe of the 77’s. For more on Lost Dogs, go to http://thelostdogs.com/ You’ll find music downloads, facebook, and the ‘store page,’ where you can support the band directly by buying any number of outstanding projects, including their classic, 1992 debut, “Scenic Routes” (featuring the late Gene Eugene of Adam Again).
The interns have been very busy keeping up with all the bumper sticker requests and contest entries that have been sent in over the summer. In fact, we have received as many, if not more, requests for bumper stickers as we have contest entries. It is wonderful that so many people are so excited about WJTL!
As exciting as it is to receive a variety of colorful bumper stickers in the mail, it does not exclude you from sending your photo in to win. Some of the most recent winners of the Bumper Sticker Bonanza requested their sticker just this summer. Now their sticker is on display on their vehicle and on the WJTL Facebook page!
Even though it may feel like it, requesting a bumper sticker is not like winning a prize from the station. Recipients are encouraged to pass on any extra stickers that they receive, but they are still perfectly eligible to win the Bonanza Contest.
Requesting a bumper sticker is easy! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and what kind and color sticker you would like. We have both regular bumper stickers as well as window clings. We also have the 90.3 bumper stickers as well as Kids Cookie Break stickers and magnets.
Once you receive your stickers, simply place them on your vehicle, take a picture, and send it in! Just remember to make sure that you either include your address or tell us that you recently requested a sticker; that way we can sent you your prize! If you have already requested a WJTL bumper sticker don’t forget to send it in to win!
This week, around 500 students are taking part in the School of the Circuit Riders where they are being trained and equipped to preach the gospel with boldness and love! Circuit Riders, a ministry that has come out of Youth With a Mission, has the aim to “Save: by bringing the lost into salvation. Revive: by igniting Christians. Multiply: by carrying out the dream of God to go into all the world, preach His gospel and make disciples”. Throughout the week they are being trained and then taking what they learn each day and practicing it with each other then being released into Lancaster to share what they have learned. This is all being built upon “liv(ing) out a lifestyle of worship, prayer and fasting as a means of deep intimacy and anointed commissioning.”
There are about 500 students enrolled in the school, and there are at least double that attending the evening sessions that are free and open to the public. Last night I had the opportunity to attend the meeting and it was incredible. I am guessing over 1,000 people were packed into Freedom Hall at the Mariott Convention Center in Downtown Lancaster. There was a time of incredible worship focusing on the joy of our salvation. Some lyrics to one of the songs were:” This is my story, my testimony: The love of Jesus has changed my life”. We then heard an informal message about loving like Jesus and not putting limitations or boundaries on that. It is so exciting to see so many people in our area excited about sharing the love of God and seeing our county transformed by that love!
Ashlea Brenneman is working on staff at this event. She has been working with YWAM in Kona for the last 2 1/2 years and shared about it when she filled in for Lisa.
The evening sessions are open and free at FREEDOM HALL A in the Penn Square Marriott Hotel in downtown Lancaster. They are taking place each evening at 7:00 at least through Friday. The schedule online lists Saturday as “TBA”.
Visit the circuit riders website for information about the vision/history and more about School of the Circuit Riders and their Facebook page: Lancaster Circuit Riders for posts specifically updating on what’s going on this week.