Tag: jon foreman

March 21, 2021

Allen Odell - Are You Okay? (New Song)

Allen Odell released a brand new song titled “Are You Okay?” back in January and it is a magical, beautifully dynamic yet simple, new song. I’m loving the vocals and soft guitar strumming from Allen. This song has some soft beats in the background adding layers to this already great sound. It’s like a mix of Matt Kearney, Jon Foreman, and David Bazan with a little Snow Patrol thrown in (vocally). This is a bright and uplifting track, perfect for those warm spring/summer days (still to come).… Continued →

December 7, 2019

REVIEW : Humble Feet

Every so often a reviewer decides to review an album purely out of appreciation for the album that they just heard, and in the case of Humble Feet‘s debut album, that certainly holds true. For those unfamiliar with them, Humble Feet is an acoustic husband-wife duo. Their music is highly melodic, orchestral, and deeply rooted in Scripture. In fact, the couple have served as missionaries overseas, and all of the music for their debut was written while in the field.… Continued →

May 10, 2018

November 3, 2017

November 28, 2016

REVIEW : Switchfoot - Where The Light Shines Through

As I begin this review, I should probably note that I’ve been a Switchfoot fan since I first heard “Meant to Live” on the radio all the way back in 2003. I was 11 years old and just beginning to get into music at the time. Switchfoot quickly became one of my favorite bands – a place that they still hold 13 years later. I remember often lying in my bed late at night and waiting for one of their songs like “Stars” or “Dare You To Move” to come on the radio.… Continued →

January 22, 2014

September 20, 2013

January 25, 2009

REVIEW : Fiction Family - Fiction Family

Artist: Fiction Family Album: Fiction Family Label: ATO Records/ Credential Recordings Release Date: January 20, 2009 Reviewer: Eric Pettersson Tracklist: 1. When She’s Near 2. Out of Order 3. Not Sure 4. Betrayal 5. Elements Combined 6. War in My Blood 7. Throw It Away 8. Closer than You Think 9. Please Don’t Call It Love 10. Mostly Prove Me Wrong 11. We Ride 12. Look for My Baby Jon Foreman is a busy guy. His main band, Switchfoot, has been seeing significant mainstream rock success since they released “The Beautiful Letdown” in 2005.… Continued →