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Discussion in 'Band Management [BG]' started by j-raj, Aug 15, 2013.
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Can someone tell me more about Jars of Clay? I was under the impression that they are a CCM band, but I'm reading the lyrics to their 2002 CD, "The Eleventh Hour", and it doesn't strike me as particularly Christian. I'm not finding stuff that is against The Lord, but none of it is striking a chord, either.
Thanks and God Bless
Calvary player here as well. No wonder those tunes look so familiar!
They are the flip side of a secular band like. Creed who do not want to be identified as a Christian band. However they are not producing music with the intent of it being used. During. A Sunday/Saturday service as. Praise and Worship music.
So here is a question on the recent topic of waiting periods and being new to churches and what not:
As a relatively new attendee of the church we are now a part of, I mentioned in the last thread that I played guitar last week and that the whole service was a bit rough. I have a lot of experience with organizing things, getting practices going, preparing songs, etc. Not as a worship leader mind you, but more as a music director or whatever you want to call it.
I have been volunteering to help out with some behind-the-scenes stuff at this church, but given that they are a bit decentralized, I am not sure if there is that one person to say "Yes -- please help" or "Eh, I think we're fine." So how do I approach this? Shamelessly plug myself in and start reorganizing stuff or sit on the sidelines until they come to me? As you may be able to infer, there does not seem to be a very established power structure and I think most people prepare songs out of necessity, but not because they have necessarily accepted the leadership role.
I have not been an outspoken leader at past churches partially because I have not wanted the responsibility, but I tend to have natural leadership qualities and am quite organized, and I would like to help give this team some focus to help everyone out and put them in better roles than where they are now, but I don't want to be bullying or presumptuous.
The anniversary edition of the Response Initiative is tomorrow.
This is the free monthly city-wide P&W event we've been holding in London, Ontario, Canada for the last couple of years. It usually lasts roughly 4 hours, and it's a fairly casual, word-of-mouth, strictly volunteer event.
Because of the anniversary, we're ramping it up a bit this time. We're using the bandshell at Victoria Park, the main outdoor venue downtown, and we've opened it up to the region. We're also doing a balloon release.
Most of the confirmations to date have been from about a 100km radius, and we're hoping for attendance of about 1,000.
The setlist for this month is epic, at 28 songs:
- Rain Down by Smith and Garrard in E
- I Am Free by Jon Egan in E
- Changing the Atmosphere by Steve Swanson in C
- Victory Chant by Donnie McClurkin in D
- I Give You Glory by Andres Spyker in F
- Supernatural by Kathryn Marquis in A
- You Are Mighty by Craig Musseau in Dm
- My Redeemer Lives-Groove Version by Hillsong in A
- 10,000 REASONS by Myrin & Redman in C
- Better Is One Day by Matt Redman in C
- Be The Centre by Michael Frye in C
- Revelation Song by Gateway Worship in C
- You're Beautiful by Phil Wickham in F
- People Get Ready by Curtis Mayfield in C
- Deep Cries Out by Koepke and Matthews in C
- Days Of Elijah by Hillsong in G
- He Reigns by Newsboys in G
- I See The Lord by McCoy & Park in G
- Hallelujahs by Chris Rice in G
- Agnus Dei by Michael W. Smith in G
- How Great Thou Art by Chris Tomlin in G
- Holy And Anointed One by Vineyard in D
- You Are Worthy Of My Praise by Hillsong in D
- Kiss of Fire (All I Am is Yours) by Kathryn Marquis in D
- I Exalt Thee by unknown in D
- How Great Is Our God by Tomlin, Cash and Reeves in D
- King of Glory Reign by Harmon and Marquis in F
- Happy Day by Tim Hughes in F
I am assuming you play this a step down from the recording, right? I have always wondered about the key of this song: the chord sheets I see always list it in D, but the chords are
D Am C G
Which would kind of make it D mixolydian (i.e. in the key of G with the V as the tonal center), would it not? I mean, Am and C aren't diatonic to the key of D, so how is it in the key of D? I'm not that great at theory, so I thought you guys might be able to clear this up for me.
I have played this song in a ton-o-keys, depending on the singer du jour. Mostly C & D though.
My regular drummer and I like to bring the thunder during the "roll of thunder" line. Just a little added dynamics to enhance the tune!
Yeah, we play it down a whole tone from the original.
The changes are myxolydian. One of my pet peeves is that we have a number of charts where the key signature is a bit iffy. Still, they give us the root, and we know the songs well, so no biggie.
If there is no Worship Leader with whom you can speak, you might want to see if the pastor can spare a few minutes for you. You may be the answer to a prayer!
Love the B string on my fivers for that very reason...
nbd! built this for church: vm jazz + fender J neck. plays like a dream.
Untitled by CXK, on Flickr
Untitled by CXK, on Flickr
In and subbed! Let the joyful noises continue!!!
Looks nice. I just (last night) put a 60's Classic Jazz (mexi) neck on one of my Highway 1 P's. It feels pretty sweet. Those are nice necks (scored here no TB).
That looks fantastic congrats!