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One 2 Three Friday 11.3.22 with Greg and Tim from Christian band ECHO.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Greg and Sam from Christian band ECHO.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Greg Nash, bass player with ECHO, and their soundman Tim Cummins, joined me today to chat about the band. They have played in local pubs and restaurants, in front of thousands at the Lighting Up of Brentwood and at the NEC in Birmingham amongst many varied venues. They play Tamla-Motown based good time music with a Christian edge. This has always proved very popular, as Greg commented, “particularly when the people are ready to sing and dance after a few beers.” Their second album, Soul Proprietors , was released on the Plankton label in 2017.

Greg chose three tracks from the album for today’s playlist. They show the quality of the arrangements and production, all delivered with joy. Keyboard player Ollie no longer lives in Essex, so the search is on for a new keyboard player. if you think that might be you, please contact the band. Facebook @echomusicuk or e-mail info@echomusic.

Playlist

Lighthouse Family – Lifted

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue. New release.

ECHO – This will be

ECHO – Ain’t nobody

ECHO – You are my universe.

Friday Teaser

Carrie Underwood recently celebrated her 39th birthday. We heard her 2005 USA no 1 Inside your heaven. She has sold over 70 million records and is the recipient of numerous accolades, including 15 Billboard Music Awards, 12 ACM Awards and 8 CMA Awards. She is performing in residency at Las Vegas until the end of May 2022.

Craig & Charlie Reid, twins who perform as the Proclaimers, celebrated their 62nd birthday. We heard I’m gonna be (500 miles).

Christian music star Zach Williams celebrated his 41st birthday. We heard his duet with Dolly Parton – There was Jesus – which won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance.

Another low scoring competition saw Bob in Harlow as winner with three points. Joint second on two points were Greg and Sam in the studio, Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford. Thanks to everyone who took part, including many times winner Patrick, back competing this week.

Sister Sledge – Frankie – Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Ian Noe – River fool. Track from his newly released album, River fools and mountain saints.

Chart this week in

No 2 Shanice – I love your smile

No 7 U2 – You – From the album Achtung Baby, which sold 18 million copies.

 

No 8 Crowded House – Weather with you

Mango Groove – Special star – 1989 track from this South African band.

Marvin Gaye – Mercy, mercy me – track from the album What’s going on? No 1 in Rolling Stone Greatest albums of all time.

David Pickthall Big Band (DPBB) – Birdland. Check their website for a schedule of concerts for later this year.

Join me next week when my guest is the Dean of Chelmsford Cathedral, Nichola Hendshall. He will be talking about The National Day of Reflection on 23rd of March.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 11.3.22 with Greg and Tim from Christian band ECHO.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Greg and Sam from Christian band ECHO.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Greg Nash, bass player with ECHO, and their soundman Tim Cummins, joined me today to chat about the band. They have played in local pubs and restaurants, in front of thousands at the Lighting Up of Brentwood and at the NEC in Birmingham amongst many varied venues. They play Tamla-Motown based good time music with a Christian edge. This has always proved very popular, as Greg commented, “particularly when the people are ready to sing and dance after a few beers.” Their second album, Soul Proprietors , was released on the Plankton label in 2017.

Greg chose three tracks from the album for today’s playlist. They show the quality of the arrangements and production, all delivered with joy. Keyboard player Ollie no longer lives in Essex, so the search is on for a new keyboard player. if you think that might be you, please contact the band. Facebook @echomusicuk or e-mail info@echomusic.

Playlist

Lighthouse Family – Lifted

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue. New release.

ECHO – This will be

ECHO – Ain’t nobody

ECHO – You are my universe.

Friday Teaser

Carrie Underwood recently celebrated her 39th birthday. We heard her 2005 USA no 1 Inside your heaven. She has sold over 70 million records and is the recipient of numerous accolades, including 15 Billboard Music Awards, 12 ACM Awards and 8 CMA Awards. She is performing in residency at Las Vegas until the end of May 2022.

Craig & Charlie Reid, twins who perform as the Proclaimers, celebrated their 62nd birthday. We heard I’m gonna be (500 miles).

Christian music star Zach Williams celebrated his 41st birthday. We heard his duet with Dolly Parton – There was Jesus – which won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance.

Another low scoring competition saw Bob in Harlow as winner with three points. Joint second on two points were Greg and Sam in the studio, Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford. Thanks to everyone who took part, including many times winner Patrick, back competing this week.

Sister Sledge – Frankie – Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Ian Noe – River fool. Track from his newly released album, River fools and mountain saints.

Chart this week in

No 2 Shanice – I love your smile

No 7 U2 – You – From the album Achtung Baby, which sold 18 million copies.

 

No 8 Crowded House – Weather with you

Mango Groove – Special star – 1989 track from this South African band.

Marvin Gaye – Mercy, mercy me – track from the album What’s going on? No 1 in Rolling Stone Greatest albums of all time.

David Pickthall Big Band (DPBB) – Birdland. Check their website for a schedule of concerts for later this year.

Join me next week when my guest is the Dean of Chelmsford Cathedral, Nichola Hendshall. He will be talking about The National Day of Reflection on 23rd of March.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 11.3.22 with Greg and Tim from Christian band ECHO.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Greg and Sam from Christian band ECHO.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Greg Nash, bass player with ECHO, and their soundman Tim Cummins, joined me today to chat about the band. They have played in local pubs and restaurants, in front of thousands at the Lighting Up of Brentwood and at the NEC in Birmingham amongst many varied venues. They play Tamla-Motown based good time music with a Christian edge. This has always proved very popular, as Greg commented, “particularly when the people are ready to sing and dance after a few beers.” Their second album, Soul Proprietors , was released on the Plankton label in 2017.

Greg chose three tracks from the album for today’s playlist. They show the quality of the arrangements and production, all delivered with joy. Keyboard player Ollie no longer lives in Essex, so the search is on for a new keyboard player. if you think that might be you, please contact the band. Facebook @echomusicuk or e-mail info@echomusic.

Playlist

Lighthouse Family – Lifted

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue. New release.

ECHO – This will be

ECHO – Ain’t nobody

ECHO – You are my universe.

Friday Teaser

Carrie Underwood recently celebrated her 39th birthday. We heard her 2005 USA no 1 Inside your heaven. She has sold over 70 million records and is the recipient of numerous accolades, including 15 Billboard Music Awards, 12 ACM Awards and 8 CMA Awards. She is performing in residency at Las Vegas until the end of May 2022.

Craig & Charlie Reid, twins who perform as the Proclaimers, celebrated their 62nd birthday. We heard I’m gonna be (500 miles).

Christian music star Zach Williams celebrated his 41st birthday. We heard his duet with Dolly Parton – There was Jesus – which won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance.

Another low scoring competition saw Bob in Harlow as winner with three points. Joint second on two points were Greg and Sam in the studio, Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford. Thanks to everyone who took part, including many times winner Patrick, back competing this week.

Sister Sledge – Frankie – Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Ian Noe – River fool. Track from his newly released album, River fools and mountain saints.

Chart this week in

No 2 Shanice – I love your smile

No 7 U2 – You – From the album Achtung Baby, which sold 18 million copies.

 

No 8 Crowded House – Weather with you

Mango Groove – Special star – 1989 track from this South African band.

Marvin Gaye – Mercy, mercy me – track from the album What’s going on? No 1 in Rolling Stone Greatest albums of all time.

David Pickthall Big Band (DPBB) – Birdland. Check their website for a schedule of concerts for later this year.

Join me next week when my guest is the Dean of Chelmsford Cathedral, Nichola Hendshall. He will be talking about The National Day of Reflection on 23rd of March.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 11.3.22 with Greg and Tim from Christian band ECHO.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Greg and Sam from Christian band ECHO.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Greg Nash, bass player with ECHO, and their soundman Tim Cummins, joined me today to chat about the band. They have played in local pubs and restaurants, in front of thousands at the Lighting Up of Brentwood and at the NEC in Birmingham amongst many varied venues. They play Tamla-Motown based good time music with a Christian edge. This has always proved very popular, as Greg commented, “particularly when the people are ready to sing and dance after a few beers.” Their second album, Soul Proprietors , was released on the Plankton label in 2017.

Greg chose three tracks from the album for today’s playlist. They show the quality of the arrangements and production, all delivered with joy. Keyboard player Ollie no longer lives in Essex, so the search is on for a new keyboard player. if you think that might be you, please contact the band. Facebook @echomusicuk or e-mail info@echomusic.

Playlist

Lighthouse Family – Lifted

Shea Rafferty – Out of the blue. New release.

ECHO – This will be

ECHO – Ain’t nobody

ECHO – You are my universe.

Friday Teaser

Carrie Underwood recently celebrated her 39th birthday. We heard her 2005 USA no 1 Inside your heaven. She has sold over 70 million records and is the recipient of numerous accolades, including 15 Billboard Music Awards, 12 ACM Awards and 8 CMA Awards. She is performing in residency at Las Vegas until the end of May 2022.

Craig & Charlie Reid, twins who perform as the Proclaimers, celebrated their 62nd birthday. We heard I’m gonna be (500 miles).

Christian music star Zach Williams celebrated his 41st birthday. We heard his duet with Dolly Parton – There was Jesus – which won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance.

Another low scoring competition saw Bob in Harlow as winner with three points. Joint second on two points were Greg and Sam in the studio, Chris in Harlow and Chris in Guildford. Thanks to everyone who took part, including many times winner Patrick, back competing this week.

Sister Sledge – Frankie – Requested by Patrick in Ingatestone.

Ian Noe – River fool. Track from his newly released album, River fools and mountain saints.

Chart this week in

No 2 Shanice – I love your smile

No 7 U2 – You – From the album Achtung Baby, which sold 18 million copies.

 

No 8 Crowded House – Weather with you

Mango Groove – Special star – 1989 track from this South African band.

Marvin Gaye – Mercy, mercy me – track from the album What’s going on? No 1 in Rolling Stone Greatest albums of all time.

David Pickthall Big Band (DPBB) – Birdland. Check their website for a schedule of concerts for later this year.

Join me next week when my guest is the Dean of Chelmsford Cathedral, Nichola Hendshall. He will be talking about The National Day of Reflection on 23rd of March.

 

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