04 November 2008

Radio You Have Been Looking For

Looking for a lift? Yourldsradio.com hits the internet airwaves on Monday, November 3. It's a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week internet radio station dedicated to the music Latter-Day-Saints love. Wherever they are, and whenever they're connected to the internet, people who love LDS music can tune in for the best in uplifting inspirational music by their favorite Latter-Day-Saint artists.

The station brings together the talents of some of the LDS music industry's finest, including composer, playwright and radio broadcaster Steven Kapp Perry, long-time arranger and producer Greg Hansen, poet and songwriter Sam Payne, and former ops manager for "The Glenn Beck Program," David Dalley.

In addition to an always-on radio stream of great contemporary LDS music, visitors to yourldsradio.com can enjoy weekly audio segments like Steven Kapp Perry's "Cricket and Seagull fireside chat" (featuring interviews with prominent Latter-Day-Saint authors, artists, personalities, and more), the "Radio Family Journal with Sam Payne" (featuring two minutes of hometown wit and wisdom), and Greg Hansen's "New Artist Show" (featuring brief interviews with new faces in the LDS music community). Sunday listening options include a one- hour program of peaceful sacred music--just right for the Sabbath day.

With a built-in discussion board, yourldsradio.com provides a place where people can request songs, meet other LDS music aficionados, or comment on the music they hear.

Gaylen Rust, founder of yourldsradio.com, sees the internet as the perfect place for great LDS music to be introduced and enjoyed. “The beauty of an online radio station," he says, is that "it can be heard anytime, anywhere." With the world increasingly turning to the internet for news, information, and entertainment, chances are you spend some time in front of a computer screen. Anytime you're connected, enjoy the best in music for Latter-Day-Saints.

24-hours a day of the best in Latter-Day-Saint contemporary music: if you've been looking, you've found it! Make yourldsradio.com a part of your day.

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