People Just Feel Led to Respond to New Single
Thu., Aug. 18. 2016 10:34am EDT
There was certainly no communication breakdown after we released our latest single. Fans have been responding from all over the hills and far away to say thank you. But rather than ramble on about that, we'll share some of their comments with you:
The new Led Zep parodies are amazing! I love them, thank you so much! Everything about them is great. I'll be honest, the sound/production turned out better than I expected (I knew they'd be good, but you guys surpassed what I thought). The lyrics and vocals are great as usual and wow, what a fantastic job Wayne did. He really nailed both songs. The songs were well worth the wait : ) Again, thank you so much! What a joy to hear great songs with a great message.We thought it was kind of ironic for Curtis to ask if a song about what "isn't, wasn't and ain't in the Bible" is no longer canonical. :) But we knew what he meant. Nah, it's just another case of us doing a song twice and making it about something totally different. We've done that before, for example "Not Named Job" (in 1992 on Rare Not Well Done) and "Old Time Romans Road" (in 2001 on Keep the Change).
I'd not heard those Led Zeppelin songs before, those are very powerful lyrics, I can tell they'll be on heavy rotation on my playlist.
Despite growing up in that era, I never was a fan of the Rolling Stones or Led Zeppelin (with perhaps one or two songs). Listening to these songs I realized it wasn't the music that turned me off, but rather the lyrics. Thanks for making the music worth listening to.
A great pair of parodies!!
Bob Van Wicklen
Love the new single. Is "Isn't Wasn't Ain't" no longer canon with the new update? I've been reviewing the wonder of grace the past month and beginning to reflect on Jesus words in Matthew 11:28-30. This song hit all the major points for me. Instant classic in my books. Thank you.