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We have been honored to join with many denominations in
worship, and have come to appreciate the work our spiritual forefathers have
done bringing sacred words to life in hymns and liturgy.It is our desire to pass on this legacy
as we invite you to celebrate “the feast of victory for our God”.
Radio Lane is the intersection of hope on a difficult journey. Like the radio that picks up music on the airwaves, our hearts perceive God's invitation to the adventure. Our minds strive to articulate these breaths of affection sent from heaven, creating the artwork that hangs on the walls of Eternity.
--- The Braeded Chord
Sometimes we are called to step beyond ourselves into the journey of our dream. The ride may get rough, the sailing may not be smooth, but the forgiveness is sweet and the fellowship of tears is sacred. Freefall is scary, but the arms of Mercy that catch us are eternal.
-----The Braeded Chord
Beyond what I can see, there is a whole universe I don't understand, and yet, I am called to search the heavens. Life is like that - asking us to look beyond what we can see - beyond what we can understand - learning there is more beyond ourselves - learning more about God. Dare to step among the stars.
------ Sharon Dennis
"Beyond What I can See" is an acoustic collection of original songs by Sharon Dennis and collaborator, Doris Au MacDonald. From the serious reflection of September 11 ("Time Has Turned the Page") to the haunting question posed in "Deity," to the uplifting cotton candy mountains ("Rainbowland") and humorous need for coffee ("Latte Blues"), you will get a laugh, and perhaps an emotional nudging from this debut project.
"Dream and Dare" goes beyond where The Braeded Chord's first project left off-- once again drawing upon various musical styles and taking the listener deeper into the raw emotion of life after 9/11. It includes the hauntingly beautiful "I Will Wait," an honor award winner in the 2005 Great American Songwriting Contest. "Dream and Dare," at times intimate and bittersweet, other times hopeful with lush orchestrations, and even sassy at times, should satisfy fans of multiple genres.
All of The Braeded Chord's CDs were recorded at Bias Studio in Springfield, VA, by Grammy-award winner Jim Robeson (sound engineer and co-producer). Photography for "Beyond What I Can See," "Dream and Dare," and "Radio Lane" by Robert Rathe.