New Downloads: Female Vocals, Next Gen APX & Southern Rock
Thu., Apr. 17. 2014 1:01pm EDT
Our latest single includes the first ApologetiX song ever to feature only female vocals -- a dose of "ApologetiX: The Next Generation," with J.'s oldest daughter, Janna, singing and Bill "Moose" Rieger's son, Jake, playing bass.
The other tune is a dose of classic southern rock with a message that should minister to pastors, elders, and anybody else who is active in their local church.
1. Flirtin' with the Pastor
(Parody of "Flirtin' with Disaster" by Molly Hatchet)
Don't be fooled by the title; it's nothing scandalous. This parody portrays the pastoral pitfalls of non-commital Christians.
(Parody of "Just a Girl" by No Doubt)
Yes, we've talked about Jezebel before on "None Too Ladylike." But this song comes straight from the sorceress's mouth.
These two new studio recordings are available together as a download for a donation of any amount to the ministry of ApologetiX.
This is a time when we could really use a little help, so anything you give will be appreciated. Thanks!
You can find them at http://apologetix.com/store/store.php#jezebel