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Some Sort of Rock Show

March 16th, 2014

Here is March 16th SSRS Playlist.  I’d love to hear your thoughts.  Feel Free to leave a comment below or connect with me at SomeSort@wjtl.com

Track Artist Album
So Far Away RED Release The Panic
This Isn’t Love The Birdsongs The Journey: Act I; The Beginning
Money Manic Drive Epic
Memory Decyfer Down Scarecrow
God of Fire Kingdom Kingdom
My Hippocratic Oath Philmont Oh Snap EP
We Are the Brave VERIDIA Inseparable
Jump Start My Heart Satellites & Sirens One Noise
The God I Know Me In Motion Me In Motion
Grace Alone Dustin Kensrue The Water & The Blood
I Am Crowder Neon Steeple
A Million Miles Away Hawk Nelson Made
California Hawk Nelson Letters to the President
Far Away Finding Iris We the Moon
Only One Scott Stapp Proof Of Life
Breaking Out Sumerlin Runaways
Hour 2
Enemy I Anthem West of Homeland
We Are The Broken Seventh Day Slumber We Are The Broken
Student Driver Stellar Kart All Gas. No Brake
Slave Love Like Gravity Slave
Fight Song The Almost Fear Inside Our Bones
Make It Bright Remedy Drive Resuscitate
Static Bleach Static
Glow The Digital Age Evening:Morning
Miracle Mike Mains & The Branches Home
The Saints (w/KB & Trip Lee) Andy Mineo Heroes for Sale
When We All Come Alive Switchfoot Fading West
Me Without You Toby Mac Eye On It
Criminal Scientist World EP
Zombie (w/ John Cooper) We As Human We As Human
For Who You Are Lybecker Until We Feel Alive
Never Looking Back Silverline Lights Out
Serial Sleepers House Of Heroes Say No More


  1. Allen Elson
    March 18th, 2014 at 15:42 | #1

    I saw that Bleach was part of your playlist on last Sunday’s show. Are they still producing albums and going on tour? I interviewed them when they were @ Kingdom Bound and at an AG church in Baldwinsville NY. Most of what you’re playing is new bands for me which is great, but what about some of the ones who paved the way like POD, Bride, Tourniquet, Bloodgood, etc… that are not on the Archives? Is there any way to integrate that into a small part of your Sunday block? Look forward to hearing from you

  2. promojohn
    March 18th, 2014 at 15:57 | #2

    It’s been quite a few years since Bleach has done anything together. Their music still holds up! Thanks for the music suggestions. We do play some POD but not the others you listed. We don’t wade very far into metal or hardcore.

  3. Audra Mylin
    March 20th, 2014 at 10:11 | #3

    How are you feeling today? I heard you announce that you were not feeling so great, but did
    your voice hold out okay for the whole radio show? The play list from Sunday’s some sort of rock show looks great. My favorite songs from the episode were Money-by Manic Drive and Memory-by
    Decyfer Down.

    Anyways, as I always love to say; I hope that you have a good day.

    your friend, Audra

  4. promojohn
    March 20th, 2014 at 10:38 | #4

    Thanks Audra! I’m feeling much better. Thanks for asking! My wife also loves that Manic Drive tune! Here’s a quick tip…we just kicked off our SSRS Facebook page yesterday. If you are on FB make sure you like it!

  5. Allen Elson
    March 27th, 2014 at 14:32 | #5

    Hey John,

    Saw your comment here, but not at my E-Mail. It was nice bumping into you @ the Casting Crowns concert on the 20th. I can understand that your SUnday show keeps in teh parameters, away from Metal or Hardcore. Would Prayer Chain or Resurection Band be in the parameters of “Some Sort of Rock Show?” Do you think of Guardian or White Cross as Metal or more in the Hard Rock Genre?

    How far back to you go for bands that are still touring or in the charts? I remember Skillet’s “Saturn” from before John Cooper was married. I think it was named “Space”, or simply “Skillet.” It had an actual skillet on the cover. Do you foresee Manic Drive doing aconcert down in South Central P away from Creation? I remember interviewing the Cavello brothers before their father & younger brother left & they changed their name. Look forward to hearing from you again

    Your brother from the same Father, Allen

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