In existence since 1976!
Winners of the September 2015 Akademia Award for Best EP, Contemporary Christian.
On the very first Top Ten Countdown for Catholic Music on Adoration Radio; achieved #1 on that Countdown.
One song, "Peter the Rock", was presented to John Paul II by Ambassador Raymond Flynn.
The Platinum Auddy Songwriting Award from uplaya.com was given to "Love's in a Name".
Living Waters was Nominated as "Best Rock Artist" for the 2014 Artists in Music Awards for "Booze Blues Cruise".
We are so happy to present a new video for Mike’s beautiful
song, “Take Me”. It is the second track in our new collection, “Still Flowing”,
and it is a thematic and sonic tone-setter for the whole album. When Mike ‘came
back’ to us, he was finally free to let out a torrent of fantastic musical
expression and this was the first big result. On the album, the song flows quite
naturally into the next song, “Home is Where the Heart Is”, as it expresses
that yearning to “take me home with You”.
Mike told me the trigger for the song was the awful shootings
at the theater in Colorado, and then what happened at our own Boston Marathon. (I’ve
included photos from those incidents.) It is about that terrible pain when you
lose someone you love, and, yet, your deep knowledge of the Lord lets you know
they’re all right. And you want to be with them, but, more, your heart wants to
beat with that Heart Who is the Unbeatable Source of all goodness, truth and
beauty, the Heart that provides this ideal solace in the first place.
I tried to express all this in the pictures I chose for the
collage. Included is a famous picture of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati climbing
the mountain cliff; his saying was “verso l’alto” (“to the top” or "to the
highest”). He wanted the Lord to take Him home, by making every effort, by His Grace, to be
holy, to love and give to the poor all the way. I also have a relevant saying
of Saint Therese: “The world’s thy ship and not thy home”. Both of these are
modern young people who died in an untimely
manner at 24 years old. (I hadn't realized this till after the video was done!) This is perfect for this song and gives us hope in the middle of senseless tragedy. The
theme is quite appropriate to this “Year of Mercy” and provides the Gospel
answer to the accelerating violence and dehumanization in the world today.
So, without further ‘adieu’, I present to you the video for “Take