What’s your favorite song?  If you’re a writer, does it inspire your creativity? Cure writer’s block? If you’re not a writer, what do your favorite songs do for you?

This week I picked Wait for Me by  Rebecca St. James.  Have you heard of her?  If not, click her name and check out her site.  She’s one of my favorite artists for a couple reasons. First, she’s got a great voice. Second, she’s got a great message.

Now, I’ve listened to all types of music.  Heck, I even have some Eminem on my I-tunes. I know, you’re about to die of shock, aren’t you?  (Maybe I’ll spotlight one of his songs on a future Musical Mondays post, but not today).

Back to Rebecca.

When someone uses their talent and their fame to promote such a positive lifestyle, I feel so encouraged. To be bold in your faith in the entertainment industry can be extremely challenging. I’ve linked her song, “Wait for Me” below. I hope you listen and you’ll see why I think she’s got a great message.

I’ve told you mine, now you tell me yours.

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5 Responses to MUSCIAL MONDAYS

  1. Avily says:

    That’s cool- I like Rebecca St. James. I’m currently on a Superchick kick in my car- the Beauty from Pain album. It’s AWESOME! I usually have something else on my computer- lately it’s been the Buffy and Angel soundtracks. I like having background music while I write. It usually doesn’t matter what it is- just something.

  2. Kat says:

    Rebecca St. James, Superchick — I’ve interviewed both. Wow!

    I can’t just pick one song. That’s like picking a favorite child. Lately, however, my favorite song to listen to is “Top of the World” by the Dixie Chicks. Even though the group earned my ire a few years back (not by speaking their mind — that’s our right as Americans, but by biting the hand that feeds them), I still love this song.

    I’ll see if I can find it on YouTube and post it on my blog. It’s pretty cool. Later!

  3. Sarah says:

    My favorite song to cure writer’s block is “Set Me Free,” by Casting Crowns. If you listen closely, the song itself is a story about beating the demons that haunt us. Somehow, that song helps me to imagine conflicts in my own life, and then conflicts in my story.

  4. Lynn Rush says:

    I LOVE superchick…..Hero, One Girl Revolution…LOVE it.

    Kat, I’m so jealous, you got to interview Rebecca AND Superchick. I’m green with envy!

    Sarah. I went to a Casting Crowns concert a while back, THEY are amazing. My fav is Alter to the Door. Ripped my heart out.

  5. You so stole my idea!

    HEHE, just kidding girl:-)

    Love RSJ, I was at the Dove awards when she cohosted them. Too cool!

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