Johnny Newman Guitar Tone Preview | Pushing The Envelope in Contemporary Worship

I’ve always been an advocate for new sounds, tones, & instruments in worship. It keeps things fresh and inventive in terms of musical ‘sound’ when it comes to playing worship music – and after playing music on Sunday mornings for over a decade, I’m always searching, creating, and open to the new. I remember being so excited to hear Misty Edwards’ Point of Life album because she simply incorporated a chapman stick on the album – an instrument that would most certainly bring progressive rockers to salvation. And with albums like Point of Life and Bethel Music’s Without Words, it’s a wonder why I haven’t brought my thumb piano to worship, or invested in a theremin…. I have; however, been adventuresome with a vocoder. And even with these ideas and innovations on earth, there’s more to worship than we see now!


Author: John Matthew Newman

Disciple of the Living God, Husband to @TheRockersWife, - Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Minimalist, Avant Garde, Worship -

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