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Archive for April, 2010

Cornerstone Vids #15, Michael Roe – 1997

Friday, April 30th, 2010

“This is not the 77’s” announced Mike Roe as he took the stage at Cornerstone Festival 1997. “…though they are all here,” he continued, referring to band-mates Mark Harmon on bass guitar and Bruce Spencer on drums who joined him on stage. Indeed, Roe had been the frontman for the band The 77’s, performing at […]

New Photo Privacy Policy

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Now that my children (and for some of you, your children) are starting to get a little older, I have decided it’s time to take some proactive measures to protect their identity and likenesses from random Internet creeps. I am changing my policy regarding photos taken of children on my Flickr site. Please note that, […]

Cornerstone Vids #14, Rich Mullins – 1997

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

When Rich Mullins first played at Cornerstone, it didn’t appear that it would be a good match. Cornerstone Festival has always been on the more progressive side and Mullins seemed to have the mainstream CCM image. On the contrary, Mullins came to Cornerstone and made it *his* festival. In the years that Rich played at […]

Cornerstone Vids #13, Adam Again – 1997

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

There are quite a few clips on YouTube from Adam Again’s performances at Cornerstone in 1995 and 1997, so I had trouble choosing which one, but I eventually settled on “Deep” because of the intensity of the performance and the nice position of the camera angle, catching Greg Lawless close up on guitar. Adam Again […]

Cornerstone Vids #12, The Choir – 1996

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

The Choir was the very first band to play at the very first Cornerstone Festival in 1984. In the ensuing years, the band became a fixture at the festival, playing on main stage or on the midnight Gallery stage slot year after year. In 1996, the band released the album Free Flying Soul and announced […]