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100 Huntley Street - January 7, 2022
Three-time Grammy Nominee, Dove Award winner, and eight-time Dove Award Nominee, Danny Gokey, became a favorite of millions of fans as a Top 3 finalist on Season Eight of American Idol. Following Idol, Gokey released his debut album, My Best Days, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart. Since that time, Danny has celebrated a series of No. 1s including his follow-up album releases Hope In Front of Me, Rise, Haven’t Seen It Yet, and his Award-winning holiday album, Christmas Is Here. Spawning singles like “Hope In Front of Me”, “Tell Your Heart to Beat Again” (RIAA Certified Gold), “Rise”, “The Comeback” and “Haven’t Seen It Yet”, Danny has cemented his place on the radio charts with multi-week, multi-chart No. 1 runs both in the United States and in Canada. Danny is the founder of Better Than I Found It, formerly known as Sophia’s Heart, a nonprofit organization established to support & encourage organizations that are committed to making a difference in their world or community to go to the next level for exponential impact. Gokey is a native of Milwaukee, WI, and currently lives in Nashville with his wife, Leyicet, and their four beautiful children: Daniel, Victoria, Gabriel, and Emanuel. http://dannygokey.com
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100 Huntley Street - January 6, 2022
On today’s program we are highlighting the story of two First Peoples as they explain how Covid has affected their communities. They will also discuss the benefits of a partnership with Crossroads. Featured in this segment are Rebecca Sylvestre who serves as Executive Director of the T...
100 Huntley Street - January 5, 2022
On today's program we will spend some time getting to know 100 Huntley Street Co-Host, Greg Musselman, a little better.
100 Huntley Street - January 4, 2022
Follow your heart. You do you. You are enough. We take these slogans for granted, but what if this path to personal happiness leads to a dead-end? In Rethink Your Self, Trevin Wax encourages you to rethink some of our society’s most common assumptions about identity and the road to hap...