Switchfoot‘s new album, “Fading West” is available now! It features the song we’ve been playing from the band lately: “Love Alone Is Worth The Fight”. Tune in to WJTL all day long on Winning Wednesday, February 12th for chances to call in and win the CDs! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).
FRED MCNAUGHTON – Please join us TOMORROW (March 29, 2012) for a very special day in the life of WJTL and our family of listeners. The WJTL Friendraiser will feature prizes such as…
* Kindle Fire from Snap Computers
* Family 4 Pack to Dutch Wonderland
* Hot air balloon ride for 2 from USA Hot Air Balloons
* 4 pack of tickets to see Switchfoot in concert
* Prize pack from Berean Christian Stores
* 3 registrations to Girls Night out and Day Off at Sandy Cove
* 4 box seats for Lancaster Barnstormers Baseball Game
* $200 gift card to Ed’s Landscaping Supply
* Stay-cation from Country Inn and Suites in Manheim
* Word prize pack – 6 Decades of Hits Song Book and 3 CD Set
We will also have special guests from the community…
Milt Stoltzfus from Friendship Community, Steven Courtney, John Zeswitz of LCBC Church, Deb Brandt of FIG Magazine, Matt Mylin of the Worship Center, Karolyn Gehman of Knights Landing Stables, Jesse Rothacker of Forgotten Friends Reptile Rescue, Kurt Weaver of Crossways Church, Bob McMichael of Lancaster Bible College, Amanda Rock of MMA, Lisa Hossler of Susquehanna Valley Pregnancy Services, Maria Shaszberger of Water Street Ministries, Dan Huie of Reilly, Steve Cornell of Millersville Bible Church, Brooke and TJ Mousetis of Walk In Love.
We will also be asking listeners to support the station with prayer and monthly donations. Our goal is 230 New Pledgers!!!
Please tune in tomorrow beginning at 6am and then listen ALL day!
Thank YOU for your support and thanks for listening,
WJTL Station Manager
Get Up and Go Show Co-Host
EDDIE DANIELS – A police officer shut down an impromptu concert by Switchfoot front man Jon Foreman Sunday night. According to CNN, Foreman posted on his Twitter account that the officer “forcefully” removed him from the aftershow attended by group of fans outside a Tampa amphitheatre.
The crowd showed up when Foreman tweeted to fans, asking them to meet him after the show.
Video of the incident shows Foreman playing a couple of songs on an acoustic guitar with a collection of fans around him when the officer walks up and says “It’s over. It’s over. C’mon, let’s go.”
When Foreman hesitated to leave, the officer said, “If I call somebody over here, we will be forcing you out. So what do you want to do?”
Foreman offered his hand, which the officer shook, and escorted him away.
CNN contacted Tampa police, but a spokesman said he was not aware of an incident.
I’ll be honest: A policeman only has to tell me once to get going and my guitar is packed and I’m on my way. As much as I hate to see a good time cut short, I’m too much of a wimp to push my luck over one more song. My fans might be disappointed, but at least I’m not in jail.
Eddie Daniels, Video Guy