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Archive for July, 2014

Anberlin – Lowborn review

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

“We’re heading nowhere/It’s not close to them/Even horizons can fade Hope says she’s never a saint/they’re all waiting on a prayer/If we’re heading nowhere” Anberlin released their final album, Lowborn this week and it is an album that definitely has a feel of finality about it. It is easy to view the album through the […]

The Choir in Music City

Monday, July 28th, 2014

When The Choir released their newest CD Shadow Weaver they also promised to record “the definitive live album” in front of a small audience. The tickets were affordable and when I found out some other friends were going to the show, I decided I should do a weekend in Nashville. It was a whirlwind trip […]

Silverbacks vs. Fire – US Open Cup

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

This has been the summer of soccer. The World Cup has been on TV in our house all month and I, like most everyone in our country, was held captive by the US Men’s National Team as they advanced into the Round of 16. In a couple years, the MLS is coming to Atlanta and […]

Cornerstone Memories (Again)

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

It’s the week of Cornerstone Festival again and there is no Cornerstone. I am looking forward to a weekend in Savannah with my family and think we will have a good time, it’s a different fourth of July celebration that what I’ve been used to, but we will enjoy it. In the meantime before we […]