Hawk Nelson Loves TOMS Shoes (& Amy Loves Blake)

The guys in Hawk Nelson made a promo video with chief shoe giver Blake Mycoskie for TOMS Shoes, an incredible organization that donates shoes to folks around the world.  For every pair of shoes a customer buys, another pair is donated to a child in need.  I have my eye on a pretty sweet pairContinue reading “Hawk Nelson Loves TOMS Shoes (& Amy Loves Blake)”

Review:: X: Christmas – Tooth and Nail Records

By Moriah Coxen Anytime you ask a rock ‘n’ roll band to cover a classic Christmas song, you’re going to get something interesting.  Tooth and Nail Records’ (T&N) X: Christmas compilation, a follow-up to Happy Christmas, is no exception. Creativity:: 10 This album does not disappoint with The Almost (Aaron Gillespie) covering “The Little DrummerContinue reading “Review:: X: Christmas – Tooth and Nail Records”

Back to School (and the 80’s) with Hawk Nelson

Last week I saw JCPenny’s brand-spankin’ new commercial, which is a spoof on the 80’s classic movie, The Breakfast Club. Little did I know that it was Hawk Nelson guys were the one’s rockin’ the cover of “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” in the background. Here’s what Lori @ Overture Media sent over: “Hawk NelsonContinue reading “Back to School (and the 80’s) with Hawk Nelson”

Alive 2008 Recap

My dear friend, Jeff Greathouse, his beautiful wife, and their kids attended Alive 2008, a Christian music festivals taking place in Ohio. To read all about Jeff’s take on the fest, go to his blog (Alive:Wednesday, Alive: Thursday, Festival Photos, Concert Photos). He graciously allowed me to post some of his stellar concert pics onContinue reading “Alive 2008 Recap”

Interview: Making Friends with Hawk Nelson’s Jason Dunn

By Amy Sondova “I’m talking to you and painting my kitchen,” cheerfully announces Hawk Nelson’s lead singer, Jason Dunn, as he carefully colors his walls Olympus white. “It’s actually lightish gray,” he explains, then distastefully adds, “I’m not sure if I really like the color, but I don’t have much of a choice now, doContinue reading “Interview: Making Friends with Hawk Nelson’s Jason Dunn”