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posted by E.M. on 05/26/2013

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On Saturday, May 18, 2013 the Worship Circle with present a Night of Worship at Gloria Dei Church. The evening will be hosted by Liz Collins, William Doney, Eddy Mann and special guest Rich Kirkpatrick. The four worship leaders will in turn play/sing, speak and collaborate as the spirit moves. All are welcome to join in this moment of worship.

Gloria Dei Church
570 Welsh Road
Huntingdon valley, PA 19006
7:30pm

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posted by E.M. on 05/12/2013

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Wow! The week after 'Who We Are' sells out (back in stock), 'The Twelve' does also. I can't thank everyone enough for their support. The Twelve will not be reordered, but will remain as a digital download.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 05/05/2013

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Thanks to everyone who has had a hand in causing the reorder of the "Who We Are" CD. The response to the CD has been wonderful. The reorder will be available by the end of the week.

I'm blessed to be writing this...

posted by E.M. on 04/28/2013

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Blessed to be creating a new ministry opportunity.

The Worship Circle was created to bring together the individual gifts of those called to lead others toward Jesus. It was founded on the idea of combining the efforts of God's chosen to form a fellowship of disciples who would offer their voice in an attempt to usher God's people into a time of worship.

posted by E.M. on 04/10/2013

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Devotion: A Grateful Heart
Tim Ewing - February 14, 2013 - Leave a comment


Inspired by Eddy Mann's song "My Grateful Heart"

Listen to My Grateful Heart by Eddie Mann by clicking here

Many years ago, as the story is told, a devout king was disturbed by the ingratitude of his royal court. He prepared a large banquet for them. When the king and his royal guests were seated, by prearrangement, a beggar shuffled into the hall, sat down at the king's table, and gorged himself with food. Without saying a word, he then left the room. The guests were furious and asked permission to seize the tramp and tear him limb from limb for his ingratitude The king replied, "That beggar has done only once to an earthly king what each of you does three times each day to God. You sit there at the table and eat until you are satisfied. Then you walk away without recognizing God, or expressing one word of thanks to Him." If you were a guest at that banquet, would you be guilty as charged?

If we were to take an honest look at our lives, I can confidently say that there's always room for more gratefulness, especially in relationship to God. Sure it's easy to give God the credit when things are going great in our lives and we clearly see God's blessing and working in our lives. However, often in the bad times, our eyesight gets foggy and we fail to recognize God's hand of blessing. We focus on the negatives and let them pull us down. At times we may not even see any positives in our situation and we're quick to complain and turn our backs on God. What we often fail to realize is that even in the worst moments in our lives, God is still providing us with blessings, even though they may not be readily seen.

How does one live life thankfully through the good, the bad and even the ugly? For one thing, we can open our eyes to the bounty of gifts God spreads before us every day. But that doesn't mean we are to ignore reality. A life grounded in gratitude faces misfortune and tragedy with an underlying faith that there is also hope. Gratefulness at this level opens our hearts and assures our souls that God is with us in ways far beyond our imaginings. The surety of God's goodness and the steadfastness of God's love foster gratefulness so potent it permeates our very selves, and in so doing transforms who we are. The moment we become grateful, we actually begin to ascend spiritually into the presence of God. The psalmist wrote, "Serve the Lord with gladness; come before Him with joyful singing. . . . Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name. For the Lord is good; His loving kindness is everlasting and His faithfulness to all generations" (Psalm 100:2, 4-5).

The writer of Psalm 95 also gives us a second option of thanksgiving to God. He invites us to "sing for joy," to "shout aloud," to come before God with thanksgiving on our lips, and to worship Him with music and song. According to the psalm writer, our hearts should be so brimming with gratitude to God for all that He has done that we can't help but bubble over with joy and shout out our thanks.

I encourage you to deliberately find things to be thankful for every day of the year. See God's hand at work in your life and praise Him. Remember that daily He gives multiple blessings. It does not matter what your circumstances are; the instant you begin to thank God, even though your situation has not changed, you begin to change. The key that unlocks the gates of Heaven is a thankful heart. Entrance into the courts of God comes as you simply begin to praise the Lord.

Scripture for today's devotional:
"Serve the Lord with gladness; come before Him with joyful singing. . . . Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name. For the Lord is good; His loving kindness is everlasting and His faithfulness to all generations" (Psalm 100:2, 4-5)

"Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before Him with thanksgiving and extol Him with music and song.(Psalm 95:1-2)
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Tim Ewing is the founder of Kindred Concert Ministries. You can learn more about Kindred by going to facebook.com/kindredconcerts or by emailing him at kindredconcerts@gmail.com.

Eddy Mann is the worship leader at Gloria Dei Church in Huntingdon Valley, PA. "My Grateful Heart" can be found on his new CD titled "Who We Are," which can be found on iTunes, cdbaby, Amazon and always at live events. For more information about Eddy Mann visit his website at www.eddymann.com.

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posted by I.P. on 02/24/2013

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Kindred Concerts is proud to announce Eddy Mann as our February Artist of the month. Eddy is an incredibly talented and gifted musician, songwriter and worship leader. We recently were able to spend some time getting to know him better through a recent interview with him about his life, ministry and music.

On your bio, you share that you wear a lot of hats. You describe yourself as a worship leader, musician, songwriter, teacher, speaker, coach, husband, and father. How do you juggle so many roles without burning out and which role is your favorite and why?

I was taught early on in life about balance. When I was young and growing up a balanced diet and lifestyle was a part of each day.That lifestyle always included God's Word. I've always been aware of His presence in the everyday moments. So as an adult it was an easy transformation when different opportunities presented themselves. I count myself blessed that I love what I do, that His hand is guiding me, and that I have the opportunity to serve.

My favorite role is always what I'm currently doing. It's always an all out effort to please my maker. I don't know any other way.

How did you get your start in music?

My father played Bebop piano so it was in my blood, but like most kids I wasn't a very good student in my tween years. It was while I was in college that I discovered that my passion was writing. At that point my focus changed. I couldn't learn enough, or practice enough.

Twenty some years ago, you shared that you made the decision to offer your creative gifts to God. What were you doing before that and what caused you to have a change of heart and turn towards ministry, or more specifically the role of worship leader?

I played professionally for many years before meeting my wife. When we started a family I wanted my kids to know who I was so I took a teaching position. I wrote a song one day during my teacher prep time that changed my life. It was just a simple song called "Swept Up in Joy" but it opened my heart up and I made a decision at that moment to offer my gifts back to God. The role of worship leader was all God's idea. I had my sights set on being a Christian artist (recordings and concerts). Then I got a call from a pastor that I didn't know, but that God, in His own way, had led to one of my CDs. Now fifteen some years later I'm still at the same church and have had an amazing amount of opportunities to lead at home and on the road.

Now as I mentioned earlier you call yourself a worship leader. If you were to define the word worship what would you say is true worship?

Well I think what we do on Sunday morning should just be an outgrowth of what we do everyday. The Bible tells us that all we say and do, all day, everyday, should be an act of worship.

The worship music that you write is 100 percent original. With the recent popularity of mainstream worship we find more and more worship becoming very intricate with lengthy guitar solos or huge stadium production. It's edgier, louder and more intense than things we grew up with. How would you describe your style of music and what makes your worship style different from what most churches would view as worship?

I think it's important to understand as leaders that what we need to do is write in a voice that touches our own congregations. Write in a language that's in tune with our pastor's. In other words, I may find any number of current (or traditional hymns) songs that fit our need, but just because it's being played at Passion or Hillsong doesn't mean it's right for us. That being said, as our congregation experiences different seasons, so does the music I write.


Now you just came out with a brand new CD called Who We Are. Could you give us an overview of the CD and share briefly what the listener should expect when they pop it into their CD player?

From the beginning I wanted this CD to sound like it was recorded in the listener's living room. The texts were written over a period of time when our sermon series was focused on our statement of faith. So I was writing weekly for that week's message and the songs just kind of came about very easily. I wanted the listener to have a CD that would allow them to experience a quiet, personal and spiritual time of worship.

One of my favorite songs from the CD is a song called My Grateful Heart. I love it because the lyrics are so honest and straight from the heart. The message is so simplistic but in the same element is deeply profound. In the song you share your gratefulness to God for all He's done for you and how through everything you do you're going to give that thankfulness back to God. My favorite line In the song is where you say, "There's no hiding how I feel, all my praise and worship's real. Nestled to serve by your guiding hand, Lord know my grateful heart." Mirroring the idea found in Romans 1:16, could you elaborate on how this came to be written?

I've always been intrigued with the idea of authentic worship. You can tell when someone's left the building so to speak. I've had worship moments when I totally forgot where I was, I just kind of engaged with God and like David the joy overcame me. I love that, and when I was writing this I was trying to capture those moments or feelings on paper. It really has touched quite few people already and turned out to be very hymn like in it's finished form.

Listen to My Grateful Heart by Eddie Mann by clicking here

Another song that I absolutely love is the opening track "Beautiful Day." Though it's only 1 minute and 45 seconds long, I love the beauty and simplicity of the song how we can join in creation in giving praise and glory to God. It reminds me of the scripture verse found in Luke 19:40 which talks about if we don't give God praise, creation will. Could you talk about this song and was that part of the thought process when you wrote it?

Yeah, I've been in a season of mindfulness for some time now and it's made me very aware of how creation is praising God constantly. I wrote this very quickly one morning and didn't consider it for the CD. It was an accountability friend that said you have to record this, and it should open up the project.

Listen to Beautiful Day by Eddy Mann by clicking here

I also love the lyrics to the song "We Are The Body of Christ." The reason I love the lyrics is because in the song you're not afraid to challenge the body of believers. In the chorus you say, "In community our hands our building, in community we share the weight, in community our eyes see the less fortunate. Together we're the body of Christ." As the body of believers in Christ, we have an obligation given to us by God, however many times we sit on our hands saying that's not my job or we say to ourselves, someone else will do it. Could you talk about the idea of this song and how we as believers need to step up and take action?

This is a common theme for our church. So I really didn't feel like I was on the front lines with this idea when I brought it to our service. But what I've found the most satisfying, is how well it's been received outside of our church. It seems to reach people on a level that inspires them without passing any kind of judgment.

Listen to We Are The Body of Christ by Eddy Mann by clicking here

You've shared that you feel your calling is to be a worship leader and song writer to fellow believers, something that I believe is much needed amidst the body of Christ. What has the churches response to your leading been? Do you find it hard to kind of in a sense preach to the choir?

Well God has brought me to a place of leadership within the church, but that doesn't discount the lost that have as yet found His peace. I'm challenged and enjoy, as you say, preaching to the choir, but I'm just as passionate about reaching those who don't know His love. If I allow God to work through me, it's never hard to do what I do. The secret for me is getting out of His way. Being a worship leader can sometimes be tough because people look to you to lead them into the presence of God. How do you detract from the idea of being into the spotlight to keeping people's focus off of you and on to God? I think I touched on this just a moment ago. I'm constantly trying to get out of His way... God's always at work trying to be in fellowship, in conversation, in prayer with His children. I just want to help create that meeting place.

Now you've been writing music and worship songs for awhile now. As a songwriter, there's always a process. For some, they write the music first then fill in lyrics later. Others use lyrics and then build around that. What would you say is your process to creating a song?

Wow, no simple answer for this one. Let me see if I can paint some kind of clear picture. You know how God can find endless ways to touch us? Well for me, He seems to find endless ways of inspiring me. It can be the most unusual or common thing, but it lights something up inside of me and I feel the need to let God speak through me. Here again, I pray and then try to stay out of His way.

Getting back to your CD, one of the most beautiful guitar riffs can be found on the song "Through His Life." In the song you share that we find our path of God through the life of Jesus. We find our path to God, through what He teaches. That ultimately everything we need to about our faith and relationship to God can be learned by following after the example and life of Jesus. Can you talk about this idea in more details and share how we can experience this in our own lives?

I think sometimes we try and make things more difficult then they are. We look deeper for some secret message while missing the obvious. My personal relationship with God is one based on the simplest of ideas... modeling Jesus. 'Through His Life' is just my attempt at making a black and white statement concerning the most important commandment, to love one another.

Listen to Through His Life by Eddy Mann by clicking here

Another topic that you focus on in this CD is the idea of Christ's return. In both "Christ Will Come Again" and "He's Coming," you share that in fact Jesus came to earth, he died on the cross, rose again and is coming back. Can you talk about the idea behind this song and what this means to not only Christians, but non believers as well?

'He's Coming' has an unusual story behind it. It was written as part of an online worship leader community challenge. The monthly challenge was to write a Christmas song. The awkwardness for me was that I was in the middle of spending a month's vacation in Florida. I actually wrote the song on the beach, in the middle of August. Though it was inspired by the book of Isaiah, and has been a wonderfully powerful worship song leading up to Christmas, it speaks clearly about the return of Christ. I don't subscribe to the scare approach to Jesus' return. My approach is one of great expectation and joy. My heart was given over to God a long time ago. So I have no fear and that's the message I choose to share with nonbelievers. I've found it to be one that has been very successful at turning other hearts toward Him.

Listen to Christ Will Come Again by Eddy Mann by clicking here

Listen to He's Coming by Eddy Mann by clicking here

We've been talking a lot about your music and we've been featuring many of the songs on your upcoming CD, But many people reading this right now might be thinking these songs are great, how do I get a copy of their music? Where can we find your music?

Most if not all can be found at the usual online outlets... iTunes, cdbaby, amazon and always at live events. A good place to start is eddymann.com... and please sign-up to the mailing list so that we can stay in touch. It's always a blessing for me to hear how the music is touching the lives of others.

www.cdbaby.com/Artist/EddyMann

As I was browsing your website, I stumbled across guitar chords for song that you have on your CD's. I love this because I'm a guitarist and worship leader myself and thought it'd be cool to attempt to play some of your songs maybe at my church during worship. My question is, how do you feel about other people singing and playing your songs ?

My approach has always been to make the gifts available to others... to be a good servant. How God uses them is ultimately up to Him.

Thank you very much for taking time out of your busy schedules to do this interview with me. It has been so awesome getting to learn about your heart and passion for Jesus and your ministry.

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Tim Ewing is the founder of Kindred Concert Ministries. You can learn more about Kindred by going to www.facebook.com/kindredconcerts or by emailing him at kindredconcerts@gmail.com

Eddy Mann is the worship leader at Gloria Dei Church in Huntingdon Valley, PA. "For more information about Eddy Mann visit his website at www.eddymann.com or by email at: info@eddymann.com

posted by I.P. on 02/17/2013

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posted by I.P. on 12/30/2012

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The upside to Mann's soft take on worship music is that it establishes a mood. Oftentimes, musicians can be over intent upon proving everything they can do musically. Thus, albums exist as variety packs, with a little soul here, a little rock there, a touch of jazz in between. In contrast, Mann doesn't lead the listener on any musical tangents. Even when there is an electric guitar solo, as appears during "We Are the Body of Christ," it is inserted tastefully and unobtrusively. It fits like a natural extension to the song, instead of some super powered sonic launching pad... Dan MacIntosh (CCM, Christian Retailing, Indie-Music, Soul–Audio, and Spin.com)

posted by I.P. on 11/11/2012

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Drawing some very nice accents from Bob Solarz's mandolin plucking and Kelly Graber's perfectly fitting guest vocal, this track stands on its own. The arrangement recalls something from the canon of modern day hymn-writers Keith and Kristyn Getty and that's high praise indeed... Andrew Geenhalgh (Relevant Magazine, Stereo Subversion, CCM, and Soul-Audio.com)

posted by E.M. on 10/28/2012

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posted by I.P. on 09/27/2012

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(I was challenged earlier this year to blog through the recording process of my next project. So here we go, week by week, song by song, problem by problem, disappointment by disappointment, joy by joy... you get the idea. The scheduled release date is in October. God willing.)

WEEK 8

Wrapped up and sent off to be manufactured, what a great feeling. The timing of this project was right on... almost to the day.

The release date will be October 23, 2012 with a release party planned as part of a night of worship on October 20.

Watch for some free fan/member downloads and promotions as the release date gets closer.

Here's hoping that this spirit inspired creation finds a place to rest in your heart.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 09/19/2012

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(I was challenged earlier this year to blog through the recording process of my next project. So here we go, week by week, song by song, problem by problem, disappointment by disappointment, joy by joy... you get the idea. The scheduled release date is in October. God willing.)

WEEK 7

It's been a week full of mixing and mastering. There's always lots of little things to clean-up or redo.

The artwork appears to be finished and that's always a blessing. The pace has really slowed down as the track by track recording has come to an end.

Time now to get some feedback from the accountability team. There are a number of people I've got lined up who will share their thoughts and opinions freely. I'll be wearing my tough skinned suit. Without honest responses it'd be a wasted effort.

He's another short clip of a song that I've been having some fun with during my morning fellowship with God. Ever Mindful [soundcloud.com/eddymann]

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 09/12/2012

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(I was challenged earlier this year to blog through the recording process of my next project. So here we go, week by week, song by song, problem by problem, disappointment by disappointment, joy by joy... you get the idea. The scheduled release date is in October. God willing.)

WEEK 6

Wow! Week six already, this project is just zooming along. Lots of inspiring moments this week.

As things continue to move along I've started to get into some editing for the final mix downs. There are times when it's quick and easy and others when it's painstakingly slow and tedious. Though I've never been one to turn and run from hard work, guess what I prefer.

It's also been a week where I've attempted to gather the largest box of crayons I' could find to start adding the final colors to each song. This I always enjoy. I love the creation challenge of morphing a new sound to finish off a song's personality.

One of those moments occurred during the editing process of Your Will Be Done In Me. I heard a flute textured part that after it was created was just a blast to put down. Check out the clip and share your thoughts.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 09/05/2012

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(I was challenged earlier this year to blog through the recording process of my next project. So here we go, week by week, song by song, problem by problem, disappointment by disappointment, joy by joy... you get the idea. The scheduled release date is in October. God willing.)

WEEK 5

This week I've tried to approach each song with the season of mindfulness that I'm living. All the basic rhythm tracks and vocal tracks are finished so my mindset is changing more to that of production.

What I mean is really listening for what needs to be played. What notes enhance and what notes clutter. I came into this project thinking of recording a much simpler performance of each piece.

For the most part I've stayed true to that philosophy. Which means there's a few tracks that warrant a closer look to find the core of what moves the song, what makes it breath and create emotion.

I've been blessed by The Way for all the gifts they've offered. But this week's song features a worship leader friend Joe McArdle on keys and vocals. Joe always brings his own style and energy, and he really gave this song a lift.

Check out this week's clip Livin' My Life.

As always please continue to share your thoughts and prayers.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 08/29/2012

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I've been doing some pre-production planning for an acoustic project of hymns. I've even been booking some dates for the fall that are centered on the idea. So I was naturally excited about the opportunity to present these hymns as a collection in a worship space this coming weekend.

On Saturday, August 25th the Quartet and I will be presenting a night of hymns at the Heartsong service at Gloria Dei Church. We'll be worshipping in the chapel beginning at 5pm.

Like most worship leaders I've been re-arranging and re-writing hymns for many years. What started off as a natural need has grown into a passion.

Having grown up in the church there are hymns that have a deep seeded warmth and meaning for me. It's amazing how those melodies and texts can continue to fill an aging heart.

If you're from the area please feel free to join us. We may be playing one of your favorites, or better yet, uncovering a new gem for you.

If you have a favorite I 'd love to know what is.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 08/17/2012

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(I was challenged earlier this year to blog through the recording process of my nextproject. The scheduled release date is in October. God willing. So here we go, week by week, song by song, problem by problem, blessing by blessing, joy by joy... you get the idea.)

WEEK 3

As the hours in the studio begin to mount, the joy of maturation can be heard from song to song. As the lyrics change and the melodies and harmony search for places to rest, my heart continues to be humbled by the results.

This week there were a lot of padding tracks. Strings, organ and piano gave many of the compositions some body. Sort of rounded them out a bit.

I have a penchant for jangly guitars. I love the high end energy they provide. Though this is a relatively warm project there was room this week for one jangly guitar part and it was captured perfectly.

My short clip this week is from a song called My Grateful Heart. One of the younger songs, it's been an early favorite and a pleasant surprise. The addition of a couple of mandolins just enhance an already wonderful cut. Check it out. As always feel free to share your thoughts.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 08/15/2012

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Acts 4:13-20
"Living with Boldness"

Music Plan
Blessed Assurance [Hymn]
Prayer of Focus
I Will Boast [Baloche]
Your Presence Is Heaven To Me [Massey, Houghton]
All About Your Glory [Walker]
Message
I Love To Tell The Story [Hymn]
I Love This Story [Walker]
Statement of Faith

Sunday Setlists at theworshipcommunity.com
Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 05/28/2012

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posted by I.P. on 04/01/2012

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"Unbreakable" a Valentine's song which was inspired by Ecclesiastes 4:12 (Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken).

It's available on eddymann.com.

The new video can be seen on the Indie Heaven video tab.

Pray on,
Eddy

posted by E.M. on 02/02/2012

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"I Never Walk Alone" has continued to bless God's people as more and more churches have begun using it as part of their worship experience. Praise God!

It's not currently available at Indie Heaven, but can be purchased on itunes.

Charts are available at eddymann.com

posted by I.P. on 01/29/2012

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posted by I.P. on 01/04/2012

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Eddy Mann's Something Beautiful & New is a worship album with a purpose. Yes, Mann spends much time praising and worshiping his God. He also knows, though, that if The Almighty is to work effectively through His people, the chosen ones need to get along together.

The second song on this breezy pop album is "All Are Welcome." This song is almost like the opening announcements at a church service, where the speaker welcomes one and all to the service. Read more at eddymann.com

posted by I.P. on 12/14/2011

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When it comes to Inspirational music, Eddy Mann does not fall into the category of "the yester year artist." If anything, he may be a true legend! Something Beautiful & New is filled with great worship songs. Read more at eddymann.com

posted by I.P. on 11/17/2011

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Excited to be participating in the 40 days of Light this week.

Monday 7pm to 9pm [Eddy Mann Quartet]
Tuesday 2pm - 4pm [Eddy Mann Trio]

Calvary Assembly of God
7910 Washington Lane
Wyncote, PA 19095

posted by E.M. on 11/13/2011

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posted by E.M. on 11/09/2011

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Prepping for Saturday Night Alive this weekend [11/5] in Gillbertsville, PA. Loving that we're gonna be right in the market place. Rehearsing up the Quartet for this event.

posted by E.M. on 10/30/2011

God Quest Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

Tonight's God Quest event is postponed until next week, October 26th.

posted by I.P. on 10/19/2011

Night of Worship Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

After a week of awesome rehearsals... I'm feeling God's blessing on this Saturday's Night of Worship!

I'll be leading worship with 'The Way' and featuring special guests Joe McArdle and Randi Judkins.

Night of Worshiop
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Gloria Dei Church
570 Welsh Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
7pm

posted by E.M. on 10/14/2011

#forgecon11 Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

Just back from forgecon in Ocean grove, NJ... in a word "awesome" I'll blog later this week after I have some time to unpack everything.

posted by E.M. on 10/02/2011

Something Beautiful & New Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

The new project will be released Tuesday, October 4. The first song "Something Beautiful & New" is available now at eddymann.com

The follow up to "The Twelve" is a project that focuses on the tolerance and inclusiveness that can be found in a life of abundant love.

Through this love the aim is that we can learn to touch people emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

posted by I.P. on 09/25/2011

"The Twleve" Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

"The Twelve" was released on January 4,2011 and is available on itunes.

This project was in the making for 18 months. What appeared to be a finished product in January of 2010 was held back because of a change in vision. Now a year later it's ready for release. These songs were born out of prayer, meditation and worship. The greatest joy would be that they would resonate with you, and bring you to a deeper spiritual relationship with our God.

posted by I.P. on 01/07/2011

Peace Video Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

The "Peace" video is the first of a collection of songs from a project based on the Fruit of the Spirit [Galatins 5:22]

posted by I.P. on 12/26/2009

"God Jul" a Christmas inspired CD now $1.99 Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

Download "God Jul" now for only $1.99

posted by I.P. on 12/13/2009

The Refuge Cafe Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)




Eddy Mann
Performing at The Refuge Cafe
Saturday, November 28th @ 7pm
114 Rocky Ridge Road
Quakertown, PA 18951

posted by I.P. on 11/21/2009

"Overflow" featured on JesusTV.com Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

posted by I.P. on 11/10/2009

"It Don't Seem Right"... on FanFaves Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

posted by I.P. on 11/07/2009

2's Day Sale: Get the Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

This week's 2's Day sale is the "Dyo" CD which is available Tuesday [11/03] for just $2.

posted by I.P. on 11/03/2009

2's Day Sale: Get the Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

This week's 2's Day sale is the "Yes Indeed" CD. Available all day [Tuesday 10/27] for just $2 at Indieheaven.com

posted by I.P. on 10/26/2009

2's Day Sale: Get the "king it" CD for $2 Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

This week's 2's Day sale is the "king it" CD. Available all day [Tuesday 10/20] for just $2 at Indieheaven.com

posted by I.P. on 10/19/2009

The Crags of Wild Goats Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

The second video from the "king it" CD, released in August of 2009, The Crags of Wild Goats is now posted.

posted by I.P. on 10/01/2009

"Humble" Video Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

The live "Humble" video has been posted.

posted by I.P. on 09/21/2009

"Shadows of Love" Video Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

The "Shadows of Love" video has been completed and should be posted by the end of the week.

posted by I.P. on 09/03/2009

"king it" CD Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

"king it" will be officially released September 1, 2009, but now can be heard and bought at Indieheaven.com

posted by I.P. on 08/22/2009

MannaFest 2009 - Time Change Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

The MannaFest performance will now be 7:30pm on August 1st.

posted by I.P. on 07/22/2009

Eddy Mann Premieres on Catholic Internet Radio Subscribe To My News (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

On Thursday, July 16, Eddy Mann was scheduled to premiere on Catholic Internet radio but was rescheduled and broadcast on Saturday, July 18. The rescheduling was due to an anti-christian group from Turkey which hacked into the station on Thursday. His Word will be heard!

posted by I.P. on 07/18/2009

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Eddy's new CD "Yes Indeed" featuring Ron Kerber and ...the way will be released July 7.

posted by I.P. on 06/06/2008