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WGRF 96.9
About the snow disposal --- why does no one but me realize --- FEMA would spend a lot less $$$$ if the snow was shipped to California therefore avoiding a flood ??!!!!!!!
By: Patti Nearing on November 23, 2014

KMXI 95.1
Who sings the song you just played "so they like you" ?
By: Pat on November 23, 2014

WQJQ 100.3
What is the problem with the station? My mom listens everyday, but hasn't been able to lately. Just sounds like everything is in SUPER FAST REPEAT mode
By: Sheila on November 23, 2014

WRBJ 97.7
please send Fm no
By: vijayakumari on November 23, 2014

KSDT 1320
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KLTX 1390
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KHPY 1670
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KPRO 1570
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KCAL 1410
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KATY 101.3
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KOLA 99.9
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KKLA 99.5
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KFSH 95.9
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KXFG 92.9
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KYLA 92.7
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KVCR 91.9
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KLRD 90.1
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KSGN 89.7
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KXRD 89.5
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

KSDW 88.9
40th Annual Festival of Music & Lights Christmas Concerts Presents “Christmas with Selah” The 40th Annual Festival of Music and Lights Christmas Concerts presents this year the award-winning contemporary Christian vocal trio, Selah. Selah was formed in 1997 by brother and sister Todd & Nicole Smith (now Nicole Sponberg) and their friend Allan Hall. Nicole left the group in 2004 to pursue a solo career and to join her new husband in the seminary. Amy Perry soon became a full time member of the trio along with Todd and Allen. Their first album “Be Still My Soul”, was released in 1999 leading to high success of the group. They earned the reputation for being able to reveal the heart of any song they recorded, transforming even old Christian hymns into a modern style with their profound voices and beautiful harmonies. Their second album “Press On” was released in 2001, and also won a Dove Award, along with many nominations for individual songs in the album. More than four million albums and single Selah recordings have been sold to date. Their latest album, “You Amaze Us”, has been nominated as the gospel music association 2014 inspirational song of the year. The amazing, acclaimed group will present “Christmas with Selah” as part of their national Christmas tour at three concerts at the Calimesa SDA Church, 4th & Myrtlewood Dr., Calimesa on Friday December 19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday December, 20 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Recorded information about these concerts is available by calling the Calimesa concert series line (909) 795-4960. All concerts require tickets which much be purchased in advance. Reserved seating tickets ($20, $15, $10) are available via the internet (itickets.com) or by calling 800-965-9324 to place an order. Most major credit cards are accepted. No tickets will be sold at the door. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets early for best seating since seating is limited. As is customary, the sanctuary will be decorated in a stunning beautifulfashion for the Christmas holidays using the traditional reds and greens. Following each concert, the audience is invited to remain for fellowship and refreshments in the festively decorated fellowship hall. Some people attend annually for the sheer beauty of the sanctuary. Joining these Calimesa Community Christmas concerts will be violinist, Aimee Hechanova, organists Philip Hoch and Michael Fillman, and trumpeter, Gio Santos. It will truly be an evening filled with the music of Christmas not neglecting some of the signature songs of Selah. Purchasing tickets for family members, neighbors, and friends may make a delightful Christmas present. Robert Soderblom, MD 909-376-3681
By: nancy on November 22, 2014

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