From James: Statue of Liberty by The Couriers or Gaither Vocal Band, especially on July 4.
From Marsha: Oh, please keep wonderful hymns! I first heard a very long time ago wonderful inspirational dinner music, perhaps 5 -6:30. Calm is wonderful.
From Anne: I don’t know any titles, but it would be wonderful if we had a better blend of the old, along with the new. Hymns, songs with melodies and harmony, songs that didn’t endlessly repeat the same phrases. Not necessarily the classic hymns (although they are still great!), but more mellow sounding music – prayerful, instead of loud and full of drums beats. Don’t you wish you hadn’t asked?! As always, thank you so much for always being there, to help us remember that Jesus is Lord, ever and always. Amen!
From Donna: I haven’t heard Michael Card played in a long time. Also, I am enjoying Andrew Petersen, Matthew West and Ellie Holcomb.
From Pat: More Robin Mark.
From Lori: I would like to hear older music, including more traditional hymns and choral music, especially on Sundays. Several months ago the station introduced a song by The Gray Havens, ‘This My Soul’. I thought it was a wonderful piece (and still do). It was a change from most of the new music today that tends to have lyrics that repeat over and over again. I know you can’t please everyone! The station is definitely a blessing to me. I’m so very thankful for the many wonderful programs you present. May God continue to bless your ministry.