All Radar Rewinds with Interview Guest Cindy Morgan - Episode #316

May 22nd, 2015
All Radar Rewinds with Interview Guest Cindy Morgan - Episode #316

12-time Dove Award-winner Cindy Morgan is our guest of honor, and we focus our conversation on the amazing run she had as a CCM female vocalist throughout the 90s.  In fact, all of the songs this hour are Radar Rewinds - including Mark Heard, Big Tent Revival, and Rich Mullins.

Songs Played in This Episode (11)
  • Listen Moon Days
    on Listen
    by Cindy Morgan
  • Exodus Make Us One
    on Exodus
    by Cindy Morgan
  • Never Picture Perfect First Family
    on Never Picture Perfect
    by Rich Mullins
  • The Loving Kind Praise The King
    on The Loving Kind
    by Cindy Morgan
  • What You Whispered Guitar Shopping
    on What You Whispered
    by David Wilcox
  • Real Life How Can I Ask For More [LIVE at BTGMI]
    on Real Life
    by Cindy Morgan
  • Eye Of The Storm He Will Listen To You
    on Eye Of The Storm
    by Mark Heard
  • Under The Waterfall I’ll Stand
    on Under The Waterfall
    by Cindy Morgan
  • Big Tent Revival Somethin’ Bout Jesus
    on Big Tent Revival
    by Big Tent Revival
  • Emergency Broadcast Fashion Fades
    on Emergency Broadcast
    by White Heart
  • Listen The Masters Hand
    on Listen
    by Cindy Morgan

Producer Notes:

Each week on UTR we honor yesteryear by playing a Radar Rewind, which means we dust off a song that's 15+ years old and give it some well-deserved attention once again.  It's been an important trademark of UTR since day one.  This week, we put the entire spotlight on the past as ALL the song are Radar Rewinds.  And since it's "Interview Month" we found the perfect guest to help us out.  12-time Dove Award-winner Cindy Morgan is our VIP guest as we reflect on her CCM career in the 1990s.  Cindy reveals how she was discovered, the benefits of winning the New Artist Dove Award, and why the CCM days came to an end.  I am honored to play a live studio performince of a 1992 song by our guest and I reveal my personal favorite of Cindy's songs from the 90s.  And somewhere in the second half, I play a song - KNOWING that by doing so, I will lose quite a lot of street cred.  (Dave)

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