Ticket feature: Sounds of Broadway headlines show

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Courtesy photo The Best of Broadway, taking place 7 p.m. Saturday at Marshall Auditorium, will showcase the songs of Andrew Lloyd Weber. Freedom New Mexico Take a memorable journey from one show-stopping song to the next with The Best of Broadway featuring the Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber Saturday at Marshall Auditorium. The show is […]

Children share God’s love through signs, song

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Courtesty photo Members of the New Mexico Baptist Children’s Home Clown/Mime Troupe prepare for a recent ministry event. The troupe is available for ministry opportunities at churches, schools and other locations. By Janet Bresenham: Freedom New Mexico Editor’s note: The last names of children and teenagers in this story were not disclosed for privacy reasons. […]

Day of song

Something to do:

Sing it again, John

Comedian Argus Hamilton is still getting mileage out of John McCain’s “Bomb Iran” song.

Teacher helped write hometown tune

By Don McAlvay: CNJ columnist About 1963 Keith Ingram went to work for KCLV radio station. Bob Gold hired him as a disc jockey. The Echols still owned that station then. But Ingram went over to KICA radio station at 10th and Sycamore in 1966, at age 21 or 22, as a disc jockeys for […]

God asks of us only what we can give

By Judy Brandon God does not expect us to give to him what we do not have. But he does expect us to give to him what we do have. These thoughts came to me last week from an unlikely source. I had purchased Christmas songs for the grandchildren while I was in Lubbock several […]

Singer tied to Clovis

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Courtesy photo Jack Ingram is scheduled to perform tonight at 9 at the Curry County Fair. By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer Jack Ingram recently released “This Is It,” an album containing several hit songs including “Wherever You Are,” “Love You” and “Lips of an Angel.” Ingram, who will perform tonight at 9 at the […]

Music says much about personality

By Clyde Davis: Columnist During the summer between my second and third years of seminary, I was living in the single men’s dorm, remaining on campus, since one of the ways I kept the bills paid was to contract rough carpentry and painting work. Everyone, it seemed, was on the opposite end of the theological […]

Musical evolution sheds hardware layer by layer

By Freedom Newspapers As you navigate the process of downloading 1,000 songs onto that MP3 player you got for Christmas, and then wonder how you’re ever going to find them on there, you can ponder for a moment the disappearance of all the hardware that used to be involved with being a music fan — […]

Letters to the Editor: Those who serve deserve our thanks

A couple of days before Veterans Day this year, I received an e-mail from a fellow Vietnam veteran. The e-mail contained a music video titled, “A Pittance of Time.” This song was written by Terry Kelly from Nova Scotia. The song’s words and music intrigued me deeply so I looked up the history of the […]