CMI Productions is busy getting ready for 3 great events and we hope to see you!!
**The Sanctus Real Promises Tour with Sanctus Real, JJ Heller, Unspoken and Bread Of Stone will be at Manheim Brethren In Christ Church on Thursday, March 14th at 7:30PM.
**The Vision Conference with Jeremy Kingsley and Chuck Gibson is on Saturday, March 16th from 9AM-5PM (Doors open at 8:30AM) and includes admission to the Crowder concert in the evening. “It is the mission of Vision13 to challenge junior high and senior high students and leaders to become actively involved in God’s vision for the world.” You can find more information about the conference at their website: http://visionconference.org/
**Crowder (David Crowder with his new band) with Chuck Gibson on Saturday, March 16th at 7:30PM at Calvary Church in Lancaster. John Shirk got to talk to David Crowder about his new band and the upcoming concert, you can listen to it here: https://wjtl.com/listen/wjtl-casts/
Tickets for all three events will be available at the door! Doors for the concerts open approx. 1 hour before the concert. You can find tickets and more information at our website: http://www.cmilive.com/
Ann D’Alessandro – Looking forward to Sanctus Real & Vision & Crowder and everyone else! firstname.lastname@example.org CROWDER
ANN D’ALESSANDRO – CMI Productions has been very busy getting ready with their Spring line up! Here’s the list of shows you won’t want to miss!
**Sun. March 3rd at 7PM – Kings & Queens Tour with Audio Adrenaline, Group 1 Crew & Seventh Day Slumber at Lancaster Bible College
**Sat. March 9th at 7PM – Kids Cookie Break Concert with Slugs & Bugs and This Way Up at Manheim Brethren In Christ Church
**Sun. March 10th at 7PM – The 3 in 1 Tour with Brandon Heath, Mandisa & Laura Story at Lancaster Bible College
**Thurs. March 14th at 7:30PM – Sanctus Real Promises Tour with Sanctus Real, JJ Heller, Unspoken & Bread Of Stone at Manheim Brethren In Christ Church
**Sat. March 16th at 9AM – VISION Conference with David Crowder, Jeremy Kingsley and Chuck Gibson at Calvary Church in Lancaster
**Sun. April 14th at 7PM – The Struggle Spring Tour with Tenth Avenue North, Rend Collective Experiment & Moriah Peters at Manor Church
**Fri. May 3rd at 7:30PM – All Things Possible Tour with Mark Schultz, Aaron Shust and Johny Diaz at Lancaster Bible College
For Tickets and More Info: 717-459-3701 or http://www.cmilive.com/
Ann D’Alessandro – Hope to see you at the shows!
ANN D’ALESSANDRO –
CMI Productions now has a Facebook page and we would Love it if you would Like us!!!
You can see information on upcoming concerts, watch videos, enter Facebook contests and all kinds of fun stuff to help you stay up to date on upcoming shows! (And we have a lot of them this Spring!)
Ann D’Alessandro –
The Cardboard Derby at Ski Roundtop is always a Winter highlight around here and it is coming up in less than two weeks! We will be there all day and hope to see you! You still have time to get a team together and make a wonderful cardboard vessel that will hopefully slide you down the snowtubing hill to victory! This year’s theme is “Barnyard Bonanza” so we can’t wait to see your creativity at work! You still have time to register for the Early Bird Special – just get your registration to Ski Roundtop by this Saturday! (You can also register the day of the event.)
Barnyard Bonanza – Cardboard Derby on Sun. Jan. 27th at Ski Roundtop
– Check In at 3PM. Find all the details at http://www.skiroundtop.com/events
Here is a picture from last year’s Cardboard Derby – Theme “50 Years In The Future”
Ann D’Alessandro – Bundle Up & Remember To Wear Your Helmet!
“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!!!
WJTL /The Junction Center
1875 Junction Road
Manheim, PA 17545
Do you know a family in need this holiday season? A colleague facing loss? A friend battling an illness? A neighbor in crisis?
Reach out, and share their story.
Help Susquehanna Valley families enjoy the holiday season with hope and dignity. Together, we can Share the Blessing… You can visit the website and nominate a family in need or make a contribution to help families and individuals who are selected. Share the Blessing’s board of directors will review all nominations and contact the family in need to help meet their individual needs. Thank you!
Share The Blessing is an approved 501C-3 charitable organization.
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!)