Earlier this year Yancy received an exciting invitation to sing on a song for Integrity Music Europe. Yancy duets with kid’s artist Simon Parry from England on the song “God Is Good”. You should look him up at http://simonparrymusic.com/
The new CD “More Than Anything” is now available on itunes. Check it out here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/more-than-anything/id382269486
If you’re looking for some fresh new music for your elementary kids then be sure to check this music out.
This summer was an amazing one. I was so blessed to spend over two months leading worship at VBS, camps and many other summer events for families, preteens and kids of all ages. I love creating the music and resources for churches to use in their weekly programming and ministry to kids but I have to admit it’s so fun to be out there on the road singing and leading kids in worship to their Savior.
Today is the anniversary of Yancy’s very first concert. We’re celebrating and we want you to join in the fun.
Today and today only (8.16.10) use the code: firstconcert at checkout and receive 50% off any and everything in the YancynotNancy.com store!
Hurry, you can order 10 packs of CD’s for $50 or less. Devos for $5. T-shirts for $7.50. This is one fantastic sale. Spread the word to your friends on Facebook and Twitter followers too!
Today is a special day. I celebrate it every year just like any birthday or anniversary. 15 years ago today I had my very first concert. I was 15 years old. And although I had been singing for years this was the first time I sang multiple songs back to back, talked to the audience, etc. I had an amazing youth pastor named Jeff Ables. God put it in his heart to do what he could to help encourage me in my dreams so August 16,
I recently wrote an article for OrangeLeaders.com which is a great leadership resource blog for ministry especially in relation to families, kids and students. The article is all about licensing and how to legally make copies of CD’s for your worship team or families in your church. It’s broken into three posts so make sure you read all three to learn about the process and steps you can take.
A common question we get is “Can I burn a CD for my worship team to rehearse the songs?”or “Can I burn a CD to give to the families in my church of the songs we do in large group?”
Can you do it without permission and without paying appropriate fees?