With so many changes to our lives after the 2019/2020 COVID outbreak, it can be easy to feel disconnected from our normal ways of living. We’ve missed out on major concerts like Joyfest, but artists have continually come up with ways to continue to reach their fans.
Here are 3 ways for you to stay connected to the Christian Music Scene so you can continue to stay spiritually and soulishly built up.
1 | Attend a Virtual Show
So many artists have stepped up their online game when it comes to putting on shows and ministering! From Verzuz battles to virtual concerts to “artist talks,” there are a number of ways to connect with Christian musicians – even in this time of social distancing.
Jonathan McReynolds is one such artist. His “Those People” Virtual Tour is set to be held in October with four separate virtual “experiences.”
There’s always something new going on in the Christian music scene. Artists are still putting out projects both big and small in spite of the altered state of the world. This weekend, there’s new music to peruse from Hulvey, Evan & Eris, and Koryn Hawthorne! Check out the releases below:
3| Stay Tuned to WordNet + the Music Link!
As the Music Link restarts, be sure to check us out every weekend for updates and tune in with us via Live Streaming right here on our website, www.wordnet.org! Be sure to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook as well.