John Schlitt - National Anthem download album
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John William Schlitt (born February 3, 1950) is the former lead singer of Christian rock band Petra from 1986 until the band's retirement in late 2005. Prior to joining Petra in 1986, Schlitt was the vocalist for Head East. John Schlitt was born in Lincoln, Illinois.
In 2008, John had released his first solo album in twelve years, titled The Grafting. Thankfully, fans didn't have to wait nearly as long for the rock legend to get back in the saddle as Schlitt has produced a new collection of rock songs known as The Greater Cause. End Of Fear" is another highlight from the Eskelin/Needham pairing that serves as an anthem for surrender to Christ. The Greater Cause is a strong effort from rock legend John Schlitt. Although fans of today's rock need not apply-as the stylistic base for Schlitt's sound is undeniably a classic, arena rock-Schlitt has done well to pay homage to his roots and loyal fanbase while giving it just a hint of modern flavor to remind us where we are in 2012. But Schlitt continues to hold his banner high for Christ and it's a wonderful reminder of what it is about Christian music that captured the ears and hearts of many over the years.
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After just one radio hit, record labels came knocking on their door. But John’s good guy image didn’t quite fit the rocker mentality that Head East needed. His band manager advised him to party more like a lead singer. John was introduced to cocaine, and in just three months, he was hooked. I loved it. I thought it was fantastic, John tells The 700 Club. My whole day depended on how much coke I had in my little bottle
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Written-By [Uncredited] – Francis Scott Key