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VOICE of Nashville and Svendborg Rocks is always pleased to present new artists, various musical styles and showcase the "best of the best".

Music has always been a powerful tool in human affairs. Think of the use that has been made of it in battle – bands, bugles, drums and bagpipes all strike fear into the heart of the enemy; background music in shops is carefully chosen to entice customers to stay longer and spend more; even the Nazis used orchestral music to "anaesthetize" their victims before gassing them.

Music is of prime importance in giving voice to people's beliefs, and Gospel Music has caught the imagination of millions of people as their chosen means of expression in worship.

Music is used extensively in therapy, and in our most fundamental spiritual activity – in worship. Music can act as an anesthetic or a power stimulant.

Music has the ability to unlock parts of our mind that went missing in action long ago. In a single drum loop, or a beautifully crafted guitar riff, memories, smells, sounds down to the detail come flooding back. The connection that most of us have with music is one that evokes a feeling - be it positive or negative. These sounds are deeply ingrained in us from an early age; it's soothing, comforting and familiar. Do you ever wonder why you have so much trouble remembering test material, but that song you heard a few times 15 years ago comes back like a landslide the second you hear the guitar or saxophone, every word, without missing a beat. Music is a part of who we are, it's something we can leave behind and take pride in knowing it will be around for centuries to come.

Sherrill and Elvis both chose to sing in many genres' and styles of music. Since music comes in many different types and styles ranging from traditional rock music to world pop… easy listening to blue grass… Southern Gospel to Contemporary Gospel… Sun Records needed to know which style Elvis was going to perform in. When SUN Records asked Elvis what style music he sang, he politely replied "I sing all kinds"; and that, he did. I would sum up music as "MUSIC IS LIFE". We hope you enjoy the various artists that we will be introducing you to.


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