Episode #108

December 3rd, 2010

Whether it's under-played songs by established artists (like Sara Groves, Robbie Seay Band, Jon Foreman) or tunes by undiscovered talent (like Dewveall, Everfound, Least of These) - we present this week's 101 class in Gourmet Music.

Songs Played in This Episode (12)
  • Colorful Alibis And Scandalous Smiles  Bring Me Back
    on Colorful Alibis And Scandalous Smiles
    by Everfound
  • Great Big Universe Mercy Maker
    on Great Big Universe
    by Satellite Soul
  • Under Skies New Start to Start
    on Under Skies
    by Hark the Herons
  • Give Yourself Away Shine Your Light On Us
    on Give Yourself Away
    by Robbie Seay Band
  • Sweet Summer Breeze Holding On
    on Sweet Summer Breeze
    by The Farewell Drifters
  • A Distant Call You Move Me
    on A Distant Call
    by Susan Ashton
  • Glory Revealed He Will Rejoice
    on Glory Revealed
    by Trevor Morgan
  • Beautiful Bird Fine
    on Beautiful Bird
    by Cindy Morgan
  • Spring EP In My Arms
    on Spring EP
    by Jon Foreman
  • The Water EP Gravity
    on The Water EP
    by Dewveall
  • The Least of These More
    on The Least of These
    by Least of These
  • Fireflies and Songs This House
    on Fireflies and Songs
    by Sara Groves
Comments (6)

I am loving the new discovery of The Farewell Drifters. It would be great to hear more of them on the show.
Also, have you ever heard of another group named Duvall (obviously spelled differently) or more specifically, Josh Caterer, who is their lead singer. He put out a great EP a while back. It is very hard to find now, but I would love to hear some of those songs on UTR as well.
Looking forward to next week with Andy G.

KLS 03:16 PM Fri, Dec 03, 2010

Terribly excited to see Everfound featured on this podcast.. They’re without a doubt one of the greatest undiscovered act of the past few years. From playing mainstage at Lifelight, they’ve really captured the attention of a lot of fans - the fanbase is incredibly solid and loyal to them. Bring Me Back is a song that will get stuck in your head and the lyrics stick there too - as well as making a way into your heart. The lyrics can translate to speak to the listener, and as with all of the tracks on ‘Colorful Alibis & Scandalous Smiles’, they are raw and from the heart, laying it all out on the table. I would love to see MORE Everfound on future podcasts!

kthomas1 03:20 PM Sat, Dec 04, 2010

I’m stoked to see that Everfound’s music has been featured on UTR! They are such a great bunch of guys who really have hearts striving after God’s will and purpose for their lives. It is actually quite inspiring! I cant really put into words how much their music has touched me; its different to hear music now-a-days that is both uplifting and at the same time tears you apart because it is so real and filled with raw emotion. Thats what I love about their music and I would love to hear more in the future!

KtChuck 04:42 PM Sat, Dec 04, 2010

I LOVE the band everfound they Are AMAZING i saw them a few times they are absolutly one of my favorite bands. There is a lot hidden in their songs. I like music that is a mix between hard rock and kinda pop and they are right in between. If you have not yet listened to everfound you have too. My favorite sons are Crashing, She Said, Thread by Thread, Bring Me Back, and Lie Detector. I hope i can see them again in concert really soon!!!!

lil'_drumer_girl 07:56 PM Sat, Dec 04, 2010

that is so cool that everfouind is featured…they are an awesome band wink

nayeli_jimenez 10:41 AM Wed, Dec 15, 2010

This is awesome!!!! I love Everfound they are so inspiring i cant wait to go to another one of their concerts! smile

AlisaMarie16 06:07 PM Fri, Mar 25, 2011

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