Wes King Tribute

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Sunday 13th November 2005

CCM artists rally around the seriously ill singer/songwriter Wes King.

POPULAR Nashville singer/songwriter Wes King has been battling cancer in the form of lymphoma and undergoing chemotherapy throughout this past summer. King's fellow musicians and friends have rallied to his aid in putting together 'Life Is Precious: A Wes King Tribute' in his honour and to raise financial support for the ailing artist. The album features well known artists including Downhere, Phil Keaggy, Scott Krippayne, Kim Hill, Derek Webb and Paul Colman performing Wes' songs.  CR

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Posted by Will Parker in Lexington South Carolina @ 03:34 on Mar 10 2007

Hey, I heard you years ago when you came to Columbia And As A Christian.... I was deeply impacted. Everywhere in my car My Friend and I would sing your Praises To God. Your one of my favorite musicians and I will pray for your cause. As a musician myself, and newly forming group, I hope to make an impact on peaople the way you have. Godbless InChrist ,Will

Posted by Jenefer Anne Malone in St louis, Mo @ 06:40 on Jan 30 2007

Hey ,
My prayers are with you and your family at this time with Wes having cancer. I know what thats like my father had cancer and it killed him he passed away april 14, 2006. So i completely understand I will always continue to love his music and sing /listen. Well God hands are with you and your family at this time. love jenefer

Posted by DeeDee Rose in Boston, MA @ 08:35 on Dec 14 2005

My prayers are with Wes and his family.
He has always inspired my heart with his gifted music

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