#94 - Memory Making Christian artists update fans throughout the week via Twitter and NRT's Mary Burklin uncovers her Top 10 favorite tweets and photo uploads of the past seven days in this weekly column.
When Jason Gray (@jasongraymusic) and Andrew Peterson tour together... it's always a memorable experience.
Whether in the form of participating in another Harlem Shake video or celebrating some firsts for their kids, this was a week of memory making in the Christian music Twitterverse. Twitter feeds were also sprinkled with some words of wisdom in a more serious vein. Catch up on all of it below.
TOP TEN TWEETS
#1 - Side Effects
@satsandsirens: Sometimes, when you're in a band, you and your band mates break in to a rendition of "when you wish upon a star" for no reason at all. (February 18)
Aspiring musicians, be forewarned.
#2 - Building Blocks
@lecrae: If people throw stones at you, pick em up and build something. (February 19)
Lecrae has a habit of providing succinct, powerful encouragement in 140 characters or less. If you're not already following him, you might want to change that.
#3 - Not Done Yet
@crowdermusic: New Crowder tune, "My Beloved" just released on @passion268 digital all access...yay!!! (February 20)
Although David Crowder*Band as the collective we once knew is no longer around, the man himself is with a new group of backing musicians--and he is far from done. You can hear his latest, thanks to Passion.
#4 - Self Confident
@rhettwalkerband: Just ran into Tom Arnold in DFW. I'm glad he didn't bother me for an autograph. (February 21)
Fame is always relative. Rhett Walker has no qualms about his own standing on the scale.
Aaron Shust's youngest son Michael got to enjoy his first concert this weekend... and even got to meet the artist afterwards.
Posted February 26, 2013 | Mary is a Christ-follower and writer who has been telling stories for as long as she can remember. She recently earned a B.A. in Digital Writing and currently resides in Colorado Springs with a camera, guitar, and coffee cup always close at hand.
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