Justin Micahel finished up No Greater Love, and with several remix touches and mastering the song is now available. It’s a little different styling than Justin usually does having a country flair, but the message is clear – there’s no greater love than what Jesus demonstrated for us on the cross. A good listen with poignant video. You can also hear the song in our gallery. Take a listen or watch the video. I think you’ll appreciate it much.
On the damp evening of Saturday the 13th, Carmelita took part in the “History of Little Italy” event held at the Bancroft Street Market in Omaha. Her CD Love Unfolding accompanied my wife and me to the event and was placed near the front table to head home with friends and fans (for a purchase price of course). The evening was a comfortable blend of dress up and casual, history and now, art and culture. After hearing stories of Omaha’s early Italian immigrants, Carmelita, accompanied by a three-piece band, shared several songs from her heart – most coming from her own heritage. Delicious (but totally healthful – uh, huh) pastries, cookies and the like were enjoyed afterward (a few of us couldn’t wait that long) while browsing the pieces of art on display as well.
If you’d like to get your copy of Carmelita’s latest release, let me know and I’ll put you in contact with her. I’m sure it will be available soon on her site as well.
Rayne MaGill came to Tesco Productions this past summer and recorded a number of her originals and a few other songs. Bob Everhart (National Traditional Country Music Association) has reviewed this recording and has this to say. “The first thing one notices about Rayne Magill’s music, is her guitar. She has a remarkable sounding instrument that perfectly reflects her own lovely voice. The bass end on this instrument is truly remarkable. The second thing you notice is that this CD is all originals except for four songs. Four out of twenty-two tells me that Rayne has something to say with those 18 songs that are original. The third thing one notices is that she pays homage, respect, love, adoration, and belief in her Lord Jesus Christ. It’s songs devoted to Him that we hear first, and they are all delightful, lovely, meaningful songs. It’s the rest of her originals that I found more than interesting. By the time she gets to “Whispers & Memories” she is still talking about Jesus, but the tempo and the more ‘relaxed’ sound is truly easy to listen to. Rayne went to the best acoustic recording studio in Omaha, Tesco Productions, to do this very lovely musical adventure… In total, this is a very pleasant CD to listen to, and Tom in the studio did an excellent job capturing Rayne’s many mood changes.”
Job well done Rayne, and may many more be enriched by your music as much as Bob was.