The Complete Book of Pop Music Wit & Wisdom

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2006 - 343
People relate to popular music, and this book helps you use popular music to draw readers into the Gospel. The material in this book will provide insight that ties popular song lyrics to Scripture in such a way that non-believers will be drawn to the relevance and power of God's Word.

The author, Tony Rufo, is a communications/ministry executive, marketing consultant, writer, and broadcaster who has over 20 years of experience working in the Christian and general markets. His published works include media and music articles, book reviews, radio and television commercials and scripts, and evangelistic essays. True Tunes Newsfeatured his article, "The Gospel According to John, Paul, George, and Ringo—Good Time Rock 'n Roll or Religion for the Undiscerning?" which was the inspiration for this book. He also authored the "Media Mix" column for the semimonthly Horizon Internationalmagazine, which included installments on popular music and the Beatles. Tony lives in the suburbs of Chicago with his family.

Features:

  • Alphabetically arranged topic guide
  • Excerpts from 200 songs from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s to today
  • Profiles of the artists and the culture during the time-period of the song's release
  • A great resource for relevant cultural anecdotes!

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