Nottingham concert to feature Coastal Dune, Prodigal Son, Sibling and others

SEVERAL Christian artists are actively demonstrating their support of the Cross Rhythms ministry by organising a concert in Nottingham in May with all proceeds being given to Cross Rhythms. The concert, to be held at GenX at Nottingham's Methodist church, will take place on 25th May and will feature alternative rock band Sibling; award winning R&B singer Freddie Kofi; popular alt pop team Coastal Dune; and up and coming rapper Prodigal Son. The event is the brainchild of Sibling. Explained the band's Phill Edmundson, "A few weeks back I asked God if I was just going to cause people hassle by organising this event, or whether it was something with his blessing. The very next thing I read was this: 'Now we ask you, brothers, to respect those who work hard among you, who are over you in the Lord and who admonish you. Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work. Live in peace with each other.'" 1 Thes5:12

Commented Cross Rhythms general manager Jonathan Bellamy, "Cross Rhythms has not tried to hide the fact that to keep pace with our expansion in the areas of radio, new headquarters, etc, we need a large upturn in the giving to this ministry. We were genuinely touched by the sincerity of heart towards us. We have endeavoured to work tirelessly on behalf of UK musicianaries and it is heartening to see artists recognising this and giving of their gifts to support us at this crucial time." For more information on the concert phone 0115 9857901.

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