Got some fresh video for you folks! Me and the band filmed a concert in May of this year (2015). I’ve just finished the post-production and have started uploading each song as they finish exporting and uploading. I’m super proud of this and of the band and crew for truly bringing their A-game. Watching this concert in full is a fantastic way to spend an hour. To God be the glory for all the things He’s done. Enjoy!
“Adam Layne Fisher rocks out the Zimmerli Amphitheatre at Barnet Park with one goal- to make the name of Jesus known and glorify His name. Adam is joined by his band and crew from Buncombe Street UMC in downtown Greenville, SC.”
It feels like there’s a new worship record coming out every week these days. With so much material out there, it’s really easy for new-comers to get lost in the noise. Most folks stick to the big, established names that they trust- Chris Tomlin, Kristian Stanfill, Hillsong, etc. With our daily schedules being so busy, why even bother with the names you’ve never heard of? It’s a big hassle. Here’s the thing- I’m one of those new-comers to the worship scene and I’d like to ask you to take a chance on me and listen to my album and share it with your family and friends. I need some grass-roots support to get the word out and you’re exactly the person I need!
Bands everywhere, in churches and on the road, are using in-ear monitors while they perform. It’s simple: everyone in the band has a metronome click in your ‘headphones’ to keep the tempo steady (we’ll get into what exactly ‘in-ear’ monitors are in just a second). If everyone plays to the same tempo, they will sound more professional and tighter- MUCH tighter. Here’s the thing- some band guys might say something like this: Continue reading “Worship Meets The Modern Era [part 1]”