Which groups do you like?

Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by SaggyWoman, Jan 5, 2005.

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Which groups do you like?

  1. Petra

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  2. Third Day

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  3. Phillips Craig and Dean

    4.3%
  4. Mercy Me

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  5. 4Him

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  6. Point of Grace

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  7. Sandy Patti

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  8. Rebecca St. James

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  9. Margaret Becker

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  10. Steven Curtis Chapman

    4.3%
  11. Skillet

    4.3%
  12. Michael W Smith

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  13. TobyMac

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  14. Jars of Clay

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  15. Grits

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  16. Amy Grant

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  17. FFH

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  18. DC Talk

    4.3%
  19. Twila Paris

    4.3%
  20. Casting Crowns

    8.7%
  21. Steve Green

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  22. Jeremy Camp

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  23. Larnelle Harris

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  24. Reliant K

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  25. Chris Rice

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  1. SaggyWoman

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    Mark them down
     
  2. Debby in Philly

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    Don't care for Amy Grant since she went secular - ever since "Baby, Baby."

    Where was the Newsboys on the poll?????
     
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    I agree with Debbie, The Newsboys were conspicuously absent, at least among groups lucky enough to be considered their peers.

    I had to be cautious and use all my musical selection criteria. I really like 4him's sound, but am not excited about their third wave theology thinking we are living in Joel's great awakening. There songs are permeated with it.
     
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    Where are the really good groups (IMHO) like...

    The Easters; McKameys; Gold City, Signature Sound... etc

    Seems like you have limited your selection to just a certain type of music...

    Don't forget Southern Gospel...

    God Bless
     
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    In this genre, I like Twila Paris and Steve Green.
    Listen to most of them on K-Love. Guess I will pay more attention to who's singing what! :confused: :rolleyes:
     
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    I agree with your choices...I guess this thread was not for SGM fans [​IMG]
     
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    My head throbs with southern gospel.
     
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    I have to be honest with you, I listen to virtually no Christian music.

    Randy Stonehill and that's about it. There was also a band called Screen Door that was interesting and another band called The Electrics, who were kind of a Pogues knockoff.

    It's not that I wouldn't like to listen to more Christian music, it's just that I'm a thirty five year old, college educated, white male. They simply don't make Christian music for people in my demographic.
     
  9. Gib

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    Is SGM still around?
     
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    First i thank you saggywoman for putting skillet on that list. thank you, but im sad cause im one of the only 3 ppl to vote for them
     
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    I like stonehill.
     
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    Though not many have voted (10) I am surprised no one voted for grits.
     
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    I like Grits okay, as long as Bacon opens up for them.
     
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    Go Away.
     
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    I've never heard Grit's Saggywoman. Are they good? What do they sing I might have heard?
     
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    Actually, I wouldn't think many here at this board would listen to Grits. They are rap.
     
  17. dianetavegia

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    Well I really dislike RAP except for Jesus Loves Me done by CeCe Winans' son on a Brentwood Kids or Cedarmont kids tape. It's excellent. The children in the background sing the song the usual way and then her little boy raps it.

    'Cause the Bible went and told me so...'
     
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    I'm surprised more didn't vote for Chris Rice. If you haven't listened give him a shot. His music has fun lyrics as well as moving lyrics and is soft in sound. Should appeal to all age groups.
     
  19. Gib

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    Christian Rap = Oxymoron
     
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    I only recognized 12 of these groups and I could not vote for any of them.

    Andy
     

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