“Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2012” From Under The Radar
(aired Friday nights on WJTL from 10-11PM)
Under The Radar plays some of my favorite artists and so here is another list of great music from this year!
1. Light for the Lost Boy – Andrew Peterson
2. Leonard, the Lonely Astronaut – Andrew Osenga
3. No Man’s Land – Charlie Peacock
4. Heart – Audrey Assad
5. Birds of Relocation – Eric Peters
6. The Fourth Wall – The Vespers
7. Wounded Healer – The Followers
8. Open Your Doors – Jenny & Tyler
9. Homemade Worship by Handmade People – Rend Collective Experiment
10. Land of the Living – Matthew Perryman Jones
11. Lights of Distant Cities – Bebo Norman
I’ve had Charlie Peacock, just bought Andrew Osenga for my husband for Christmas and just ordered Andrew Peterson. I LOVE listening to new music and even better if it’s new music from some of my favorite artists!!!
Happy New Year!
Ann D’Alessandro – Fan of UTR
If you are looking for some great music or need some gift ideas, I think they have some great music on their list! (Especially #21!)
The Top 25 Christian Albums of 2012 according to Rhapsody:
Ann D’Alessandro – Happy Listening!
Looking for a last minute Christmas gift? Stop by WJTL for a special Christmas Drop-In today, tomorrow or Wednesday between 4-8PM. Pick up a Kids Cookie BReak 4 CD and a WJTL T-Shirt; both will be Buy One Get One FREE! The WJTL staff will spread some Christmas cheer with free hot chocolate, cookies and station tours. It’s also a great time to drop off your year-end donation. It’s the WJTL Christmas Drop-In today, tomorrow and Wednesday from 4-8PM at The Junction Center. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
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Manheim, PA 17545
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Ann D’Alessandro – Wishing You A Very Merry Christmas!
November is another busy month for WJTL! Here is a list of where we’ll be. Hope to see you at one of our events!
*Fri & Sat. Nov. 2nd & 3rd from 9AM-5PM – Baby & Toddler Expo at the Lancaster County Convention Center. http://www.lancasterbabyexpo.com/
*Sat. Nov. 3rd from 9AM-Noon – Kids Cookie Break Live at the Baby & Toddler Expo. http://www.lancasterbabyexpo.com/
*Thurs. Nov. 8th – THE CHOIR at Manheim Brethren In Christ Church /Warehouse 54 at 7:30PM. Doors at 6:30PM. 717-459-3701 or http://www.cmilive.com/ Tickets also available at the door.
*Fri. Nov. 9th at 7PM – THE CHOIR Live From The Junction Center! Be sure to listen on Winning Wednesday (Nov. 7th) for your chance to win a spot on our Guest List! (And keep this number handy 717-392-3690!)
*Sat. Nov. 10th – KCB Skate 10-Noon at Castle Roller Skating Rink in Lancaster.
*Sat. Nov. 10th – The City Harmonic – I Have A Dream Tour with Daniel Bashta, Eric Brandon and speaker Geoff Moore at Lancaster Bible College at 7PM. Doors at 6PM. 717-459-3701 or http://www.cmilive.com/ Tickets also available at the door.
*Wed. Nov. 14th – Youth Group Night from 7-9PM at The Junction Center. Youth leaders sign up here! https://wjtl.com/stationinfo/youth_group/
*Thursday, Nov. 15th from 4:30-7PM – Adoption Night at the Movies at Penn Cinema. FREE Movie Night includes “The Blind Side” and “Meet The Robinson’s”. The King’s Strings will be performing in the lobby before the movies. http://cobys.org/news.htm
You can also find all or our events at the Events Calendar. WJTL Events are in Orange and KCB Events are in Red. https://wjtl.com/events/
Hope to see you soon!
Ann D’Alessandro – So excited for the Choir next week!!!
The Loudest Sound Ever Heard / Chase The Kangaroo Tour 2012
Coming to Manheim BIC/Warehouse 54 on Thursday, Nov. 8th at 7:30PM. (Doors at 6:30PM)
The Choir consists of Derri Daugherty, Vocals and Guitar, Steve Hindalong, Drums and Vocals, Tim Chandler, Bass, Dan Michaels on Sax & Lyricon.
“This subtle and often introspective band has built a loyal following in the course of its career, a following that has seen them through countless national and international tours, recording hiatuses, a Grammy nomination, a Dove award, and in the past two years, a rejuvenated recording and touring schedule that rivals the band’s late ’80s – mid ’90s pace. Says Daugherty, “you get your second wind after a while – there’s the appearance of success, and what an artist would consider real success, which is making great music and writing songs in the hope that people will want to listen for a lot of years. And we’ve never had big commercial success, but we feel like we’ve really had that kind of artistic success that is long term.”
“It’s been said that in the music business, indie is the new major. Artists are experimenting with new models of funding, recording, touring and sharing their music in ways that confound many large labels, and give artists the freedom to forge new paths to connect their music to fans. It’s within this landscape that iconic alternative rock band The Choir, alums of the major label system, returns with their latest full-length album, The Loudest Sound Ever Heard, their 14th, on their own Galaxy 21 label.”
For Tickets & More Info.http://www.cmilive.com/ or 717-459-3701
This is going to be a great show and I hope to see you there! Tickets will also be available at the door.
Ann D’Alessandro – Huge fan of The Choir! (in case you didn’t guess by now!)
ANN D’ALESSANDRO –
Well, we can tell that it is September around here because the WJTL calendar is packed full of events! We would love to see you at some of our events too! Here is where you can catch the WJTL Road Crew for the rest of this month. You can also check out the Events tab at wjtl.com for more WJTL Events. (The ones in orange) You can also see all of our Fall Concerts here: http://www.cmilive.com/
Wednesday, Sept. 19th – Solanco Fair Parade at 6PM.
Saturday, Sept. 22nd – Aaron Gillespie at Lancaster Bible College at 7PM.
Wednesday, Sept. 26th – See You At The Pole – We will be calling in to the Get Up & Go Show from schools all over the listening area!
Wednesday, Sept. 26th – Ephrata Parade at 7PM.
Friday, Sept. 28th – Newsboys at Calvary Church in Lancaster at 7:30PM.
Hope to see you soon!
Ann D’Alessandro – Trying not to eat all the parade candy!
Happy Winning Wednesday! Since we are celebrating “Christmas in July” on this Winning Wednesday, I thought that it would be appropriate to share some new Christmas music! (Brand New!) I Love Christmas music, but New Christmas music – even better! If you were at the “Called To Love Tour” concert on Nov. 4th then you got to see Jason Gray. That was the first time that I got to see him and just loved him and his music. He is such a genuine and gentle person and his music is great too! This song is called “Easier – Song of the Wiseman” and is written by Jason Gray and Joel Hanson (from PFR). Enjoy & Merry Christmas in July!
Ann D’Alessandro – Jason Gray Fan & Lover of Christmas Music
ANN D’ALESSANDRO –
It may be the middle of July, but CMI Productions is getting ready for an exciting and fun filled Fall! Make plans now and mark your calendars because there are some upcoming shows that you won’t want to miss!!! Tickets are on sale now! 717-459-3701 or http://www.cmilive.com/
9/22 – Aaron Gillespie at Lancaster Bible College
9/28 – God’s Not Dead Tour with Newsboys, Building 429 & Luminate at Calvary Church
10/06 – The Believer Tour with Kutless, Fireflight, Rhett Walker Band & Hyland at Lancaster Bible College
10/14 – Into The Light Tour with Matthew West, Mikeschair & Lindsay McCaul at Lancaster Bible College
10/21 – Proof Of Your Love Tour with For King & Country, Dara MacLean & Jason Castro at Manheim Brethren In Christ Church
Hope to see you this Fall! Until then, have a fantastic Summer!
Ann D’Alessandro –
If you are looking for something FUN and FREE to do this weekend here are a couple great ideas!
SATURDAY: “The Day” on Saturday, June 2nd from 10AM-10PM at New Holland Park. Music includes: Christopher Wright, SisterBrother, Brad & Rebekah, Brothers McClurg, and a percussion performance. Acoustic cafe at 10 am. There will be food vendors. A kids zone features bounce houses, face painting, and a concert by Jim Rule. The rain location is at Petra Christian Fellowship in New Holland. 717-354-0056. http://www.thedayofworship.com/
SUNDAY: “Sunday In The Park with LEFC” (Lancaster Evangelical Free Church) at Lititz Springs Park on Sunday, June 3rd with the Worship Service beginning at 11AM. Please park at Warwick High School. Kids Activities, Youth Activities and Grown Up Activities all day. Food vendors will be there after the service. 4PM Seth Franco, former Harlem Globetrotter. 717.626.5332 Visit the website for the complete schedule. http://lefc.net/sundayinthepark
Ann D’Alessandro – Happy June!