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Track 8 - Rethink Music

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Say ”HI” to the UMC Norway band that will lead us in song and worship during the SoCD 2019.
Their dream is for you to return from Tallinn blessed, enriched and encouraged by their music. They want to share their songs and music with you so that you have something to take back to your congregations, not only in your hearts, but also in a more tangible way as sheets of music for inspiration in your local church.

The band will also lead one of the tracks called ”Rethink Music”. They will share from their experience and invite you to share from your musical experience so that together, you can rethink music for today and tomorrow's churches. Lina, Sander, Mathias and Anne-Linda are singers and musicians that already have gained years of experience from playing and leading worship in local United Methodist Churches and other places around the country. What do they experience? What do they see and hear? What will church music be like in the future?
Are you ready to meet up with them at Called2Change 2019 in Tallinn?

Lina Løvland, vocal
Mathias Lunde, el-guitar
Sander Batuhan Tesdal, bas
Anne-Linda Bratsberg Thorsen, drums and vocal
Ruth Waldron, vocal
Jon Løvland, keys
 

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