[Contest] CD Giveaway: 3rd Wave IGNITE:1040

[ This giveaway is open to our non-Muslim readers only ]

Thanks to MYSJ (Super Junior Fan Club in Malaysia), we are giving out four 3rd Wave IGNITE :1040 Live Albums.

3rd Wave’s latest album was recorded live at the IGNITE: 1040 Conference on Aug 27-29, 2010.

Songs on the album are as follows:

1. Whiter Than Snow feat. Lenny LeBlanc

2. Mighty to Save

3. How Great is Our God

4. We All Bow Down

5. There is None Like You

6. What A Savior feat. Lisa Marie

7. Awesome God

8. Healing Hands

9. I could Sing of Your Love Forever

10. Looking for the Day (Bonus Cut) feat. Alexander Euesebio

 

From left: Brian Joo, Alexander Euesebio, Johnny Lee

Johnny Lee is the founder and leader of 3rd Wave Music. He brought together Asian pop stars with influence such as Choi Si-won (Super Junior), Vanness Wu, Brian Joo and Alexander Euesebio to his team, singing Christian worship songs.

Also, Johnny Lee has been touring with Super Junior’s Choi Si-won and appearing with Si-won in his solo performances in Super Show 4 (SS4). Well, it makes Si-won’s performance not quite a “solo” then.

Choi Si-won and Johnny Lee backstage, at a Super Show 4 concert

3RD WAVE Music strives to be a leader in Contemporary Christian Music in Asia. 3RD WAVE’s passion and desire is to see people fall in love with Jesus Christ. As artists we feel it is our responsibility to rally this generation to the Great Commission by knowing God’s heart. Music is our greatest means to accomplish that goal.

Here’s an interview with Johnny Lee where he tells us “The Meaning of 3rd Wave”…

 

We are giving out four [4] copies of  3rd Wave IGNITE :1040 Live Album… 

To stand a chance to win, you will need to:

 

1) Post up this pic (on your blog or tumbler)

 

and…

 

2) Tell us why we should select you as the winner

 

…on your blog or tumbler. Then send the link (permalink) to that particular blog / tumbler entry as a comment here or send it via e-mail to kpopped.contest[at]gmail.com

Contest closes 31st March 2012.

 

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