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The Colin Cruz Skillet John Cooper Barren Cross Mike Lee Gale Force Connection

“Huh?” most of you are thinking, after reading the subject line of this article.   “What’s that all about?!” Well, you’ll find out in Colin Cruz’s interview with Michael Drive (fka: Mike Lee), lead singer of the band Gale Force, which airs Wednesday September 15th in the 11 AM hour and Thursday September 16th, 2021 in the 2 pm hour (USA/Canada Central Time).

The interview is in 6 segments, some will air on Wednesday and the rest will air on Thursday.

Pictured above is Michael Drive sporting the Gale Force Subhuman t-shirt.

The Protest Interview On The Blast Wed Thru Fri Sept 1-3, 2021

The Protest just released its new 6-song EP called Death Stare via Rockfest Records, featuring the #1 smash hit Greater and the new follow-up single which we also Blast (of course): Show Up To The Showdown.

While some radio stations have just suddenly discovered this is a good band, they are no strangers to TheBlast.FM, as we have played The Protest since 2012, when they were called Protest For Pluto!

If you think that name is comical, wait until you hear what this band was called in middle school!

Colin Cruz interviews the band in 5 segments, spread across three episodes of the Colin Cruz Radio Show: Wednesday at 12 Noon; Thursday at 1 PM; and Friday at 12 Noon.  All times, USA/Canada Central Time.

Angel Machine Interview Wed & Thurs Aug 25/26, 2021

The Blast’s Colin Cruz interviews lead singer Wayde Seraph and his wife,  keyboardist April Seraph, of the industrial band Angel Machine, Wednesday and Thursday on his show.  On Wednesday, segments 1 and 2 will air in the 11 AM hour, and on Thursday, segments 3 and 4 will air in the 1 PM hour…USA/Canada Central Time.

TheBlast.FM Is On Telegram, Gab, Gettr, Rumble and MeWe

TheBlast.FM believes in free speech!

So, look for TheBlast.FM on some new social media channels.

The Blast Dot FM on Telegram;  TheBlastdotFM on Gettr; TheBlastdotFM on Rumble; TheBlastFM on MeWe;  On Gab, find our group: https://gab.com/groups/48340

*Gab is supplanting Facebook.

*Rumble is where we are now uploading all of our videos.

*MeWe is where we are uploading archives of audio programming (mainly artist interviews).

*Gettr and Telegram supplant Twitter.

Also, if you want to funnel your giving through a platform that IS a Christian ministry, you may want to switch your giving over to the MyWell giving platform: https://www.mywell.org/give/theblastfm/

Options are coming soon for non-USA citizens to give through MyWell, and in the meantime…

You can also donate via cryptocurrency via Engiven:  https://platform.engiven.com/give/432/widget/295

 

 

Relent Interview Wednesday August 11, 2021 On TheBlast.FM

The Blast’s Colin Cruz caught up with Relent at TheBlast.FM booth at the Kingdom Come Festival recently.  On Wednesday in the 12 Noon hour (USA/Canada Central Time), we will air that interview.

The Protest Performing Their #1 Smash Hit Greater at KCF 2021

Indiana home boys The Protest did not disappoint at Kingdom Come Fest 2021.   And of course, the audience loved every minute of it.  Here is a video of them performing what may well be the #1 Christian rock radio song of the year 2021, Greater:  https://rumble.com/vjdhkt-the-protest-performs-their-smash-1-hit-greater-at-kcf-2021.html

 

 

The Letter Black Interview Part 3 on Friday July 2, 2021

On Friday July 2, 2021, Colin Cruz (pictured here with Sarah Anthony and Mark Anthony) of The Letter Black, airs part 3 of his interview with this band.  It will be on TheBlast.FM in the 9 AM and 10 AM hours (USA/Canada Central Time).

If you missed the first several segments of the interview, those are archived on TheBlast.FM MeWe page:  https://mewe.com/p/theblastfm

 

Angel Machine Performing “Repent” at KCF 2021

Angel Machine’s Wayde and April Seraph performing the song Repent at Kingdom Come Festival 2021.   Here is the video of them performing that song:  https://business.facebook.com/TheBlastFM/videos/3009077236079764/

 

Behold The Beloved Rocks At KCF 2021

Behold The Beloved rocked the main stage Saturday afternoon at this year’s Kingdom Come Festival.  And no, Disciple’s Kevin Young did not venture out early in the day of their set to join in the collaboration they recorded.  That would have been too much strain on Young’s voice, with all the screaming, yelling, singing and preaching Kevin does during Disciple’s 14-song sets.  But it was a good BTB show, nonetheless.

Here is a video of the first song of the set:

https://rumble.com/vj5vx5-behold-the-beloved-at-kcf-2021.html

 

Red Returns To The Stage With A New Drummer

Red and their new drummer Brian Medeiros played a sold out show in Dallas last night…their first concert since the pandemic.  Here is the band posing with the fans at the show.