As part of the 'Songs for The Millennium Generation', William Booth is selected

19th CENTURY founder of the Salvation Army, William Booth, is one of the composers featured on the radical youth culture radio station Cross Rhythms. Booth's "Send The Fire", performed by Lindell Cooley of the Brownsville Revival, is one of 20 recordings selected for an initiative "Songs for The Millennium Generation" where contemporary Christian music records with a special significance to young people will be featured in Cross Rhythms radio programming from February 21st.
Said Cross Rhythms co-ordinator Jonathan Bellamy, "These are songs that inspire today's youth to great faith and passion to serve God in our time." Amongst other recordings selected for the Songs For The Millennium Generation are Michael W Smith's "Live The Life"; Delirious?' "History Maker"; David Evans' "Prophesy"; Matt Redman's "Now To Live The Life"; DC Talk's "Jesus Freak"; Kirk Franklin's "Lean On Me"; DNA Algorithm's "Rise Up" and Third Day's "Agnus Dei". The radio exposure will run parallel to Cross Rhythms normal playlist of rock. R&B, rap and pop broadcast seven days a week on Sky Sports 1, Audio Channel 7.38 MHz and the Dream Family Network. CR

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