News & Announcements
Song of the year nomination!
The great team at A Step FWD have nominated ‘Thank You Jesus (You’re the treasure)‘ within their rock/metal category! 6 months on from releasing the SFTW EP and it has been good to have these encouragements still coming through – thanking Jesus afresh.
There are fantastic artists in the various categories – head on over to register your vote and support Kingdom music. Thank you.
Do you want to be an overcomer in this life?
White Stone Receivers (WSR) is a new musical project led by Scott McKeown (crave), borne out UK lockdown in 2020.
WSR is rooted in the hope-filled message of a portion of scripture in the New Testament of the bible - Revelation 2:17. Here we read that believers in the work, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, who are faithful to the end are called overcomers....overcomers as they choose the life less lived, the path less walked, the road less run.
Each follower of Jesus will each be given a white (symbolic of purity) stone engraved with their new God-given name. The scripture highlights God’s personal, relational nature – He is not distant, He has come to us and will come again for us. It also shows His love for and care of individual believers.
Worshipping God and encouraging His family in the race to Christ, the greatest treasure, are at the heart of WSR songs.
Music and lyrics by Scott McKeown
Vocals: Scott McKeown and Janeen McKeown
Guitars: Trevor Brimage and Jonathan Burnside
Drums: David Benson
Keyboards: Steven Lucas
Bass: Scott McKeown
Backing vocals: Trevor Brimage, Lorraine Brimage, David Benson, Caroline Benson, Jonathan Burnside, Jaqueline Burnside, Scott McKeown, Janeen McKeown and Steven Lucas.
'Songs for the Wilderness' EP
The debut EP was recorded at Zero hour studio, Coleraine, Northern Ireland.
Songs were engineered, produced and mixed by Trevor Michael; the man behind the desk for Snow Patrol, Delirious, Matt Redman, The UK Blessing, Kathryn Williams, The Magic Numbers, Duke Special, Martin Smith, Rend Collective and [crave]: amongst many many others.
The songs were mastered by Drew Lavyne at All Digital Mastering, NYC.
Released under 7Core music.