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30 Day Christian Music Challenge: Day 2 Day 2: Christian song you’d like to see an “American Idol” contestant sing next season

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Today’s 30 Day Christian Music is the Christian song you’d like to see an “American Idol” contestant sing next season.

I didn’t watch last season of “American Idol”, don’t know squat about the new judges, don’t know a single contestant, and I confess … it was wonderful. So for kicks, I’m going to go with “Clarity” by Shawn McDonald’s “Roots”. That’s just because I love this song and it’s in my head right now.

Check out the entire list of the 30 Day Gospel Soundcheck Christian Music Challenge. Start with Day 1 and share your favorite Christian and gospel music songs!



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posted August 10, 2011 at 5:12 pm


Have you heard the new song by Charlie Allen? It’s called “Grandpa’s Recipe.” Check it out at http://www.charlieallenmusic.com/index.htm

This would be an awesome song to hear one of the wannabees singing! :-)



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