New CD now available!

I’m pleased to offer our latest CD of live recordings at Oak Mountain.  These recordings were all done in the context of a normal worship service, with some of the finest musicians in Birmingham.  There’s a variety of styles represented – from full band and choir, band and praise team, and acoustic sets with fiddle.

You can download the new tunes from iTunes by clicking here.  Enjoy!

Not Guilty Anymore

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http://sample.mp3Haven’t posted a tune from Oak Mountain worship services in a while.  This was our offering song from our Easter Sunday morning services – Not Guilty Anymore by Aaron Keyes.  Fantastic tune – and what a great reminder of the grace given to us, in Christ.

In case you’re interested – the band is:
Drums – Chris Forrest
Bass – Drew Taylor,
Electric Guitars – Josh Vigneulle and Jack Swaim,
Acoustic Guitar – Ben Burgess
Percussion – Michael Southerland
Vocals – Kristen Williams, Carlee Green, and Mandy Sears

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – April 1, 2012

Our Palm Sunday worship service was yesterday – entitled “Your Great Name.”

I’m not going to recap the whole service here – as I’m blessed to serve in a church that allows us, a couple times a year, to take the entire hour for a special worship service that includes music, drama, video…

I hope to have the audio mixed soon – and available… but in the meantime – i was sitting downstairs last night, and our middle son was in the shower – and I heard something, so I grabbed my phone… it’s his rendition of our opening song from yesterday – Your Great Name, by Natalie Grant.

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A cut from last year’s Palm Sunday Service

Last year’s Palm Sunday worship service CDs are still in post-production – hopefully to be released soon. If you’re interested in participating with us this year on Palm Sunday – it’s never too late to join the choir.

We sang one of Tommy Walker’s newer tunes “When i don’t know what to do.” Absolutely love it. Here’s a clip of that song. Carlee Green is the soloist.

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