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Tuesday 21st February 2006

Singer Nanette offers a free concert to UK churches in unique scheme.

BRITISH singer Nanette has announced an innovative scheme to enable local churches to book her for a free concert. The Gig In A Box scheme will entail churches requesting by email or post a box of 25 CDs of Nanette's brand new release 'It's Personal'. The album recently received a 10 square review in Cross Rhythms. On receipt of their parcel, churches will be asked to sell the CDs and account the remittance to Nanette's Nakuru Productions. Once this money has been received, a free concert featuring Nanette, with PA, will be set up. Available dates for the scheme run from 1st July to 1st September. Where several requests in one area, Nanette will also hold a free singing workshop in a central location to assist local worship musicians and singers with vocal technique. For more information visit

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Posted by Alethea in London @ 21:09 on Jun 20 2006

It's nice to see a good selection in worship music! I heard the song," Heaven" and i found it very chilled and uplifting, i could enjoy it, not getting ready for a night out on the town with the girls like it use to be but to be in the presense of the Lord God doing things right this time by not living in sin, praise God for His wonderful work through His children and all the best Nannete!

Posted by David Woodman in Manchester @ 09:40 on Feb 22 2006

What a creative idea! Lovely to see evidence of someone building for the kingdom, rather than a business. I hope people catch the vision and run with it.

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