38 Acres
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38 Acres


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Local Christian rcok band 38 Acres is set for a *spring* 2007 release of a new CD and video for it's sophmore
album, Hallelujah. Several segments of the new music video were shot on location in Zion, including the Shiloh
House museum. 38 Acres hails from the Zion area and has found national success with its unique gospel/rock
sound. The group presented the Mayor and City Council with a pre-release copy of the upcoming *DVD* and
thanked the city for its cooperation during their filming and its continued support of their growing reputation in
the entertainment industry. From left to right: Kristine Robinson, James Bruebach, Michelle Parker, Dave Parker,
Mayor Lane Harrison, & Jason Ellis. - Courtesy ZB News 2007 - ZB News


Live God Loud - Full Length Album, released in 2004. Available at iTunes, Bestbuy.com, CD Baby, etc.

Hallelujah - Single release off upcoming album. DVD of the music video available as well.



Asking me to describe the sound of 38 Acres is like asking someone to lie on their backs in the green grass and describe in detail the ever-changing formation of clouds as they pass overhead. Key word..."ever-changing".

If you're looking for The Fray, they're not it. If you're looking for Foo Fighters, they're not it, either. If you're looking for David Crowder Band, Coldplay, Tomlin, Sister Hazel (this list could go on and on)...nope. However, if you're looking for something that's a mix of all of these and then some, 38 Acres has your ticket.

"Their pulsing rhythms, chiming guitars, and heartfelt adoration pull us along on a pilgrimage following the river of life as it rushes over boulders and slows into the deep, still pools of contemplation."

So, the next time you find yourself lying on your back gazing up at the ever-changing formation of clouds in a clear blue sky, be reminded...38 Acres is sorta like that.