Vol 1 No. 10, Week of May 2, 2011
In this issue: Ian Fowles gets spiritual in the desert, Fictionist can’t stop winning, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir gets manly, The Killers reunite, The Barefoot Movement lose us, a great gift for yo momma, all this PLUS Is Oskama Bin Laden going to have to break up now? and MORE!
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Mormonism doesn’t show up in pop music lyrics all that often. Now that Sufjan Steven’s 50 states project is probably not happening and Kolob Records hasn’t had a hit since 1976 (more on them in a future entry), we don’t have much reason to hope for a serious uptick in LDS references on our radios in the near future (though there is reason to believe that Sufjan’s Utah entry would have been a doozy.)
If you’re tired of not hearing about Mormons in your music, and you’re also not listening to strictly devotional pop, you’ve been pretty much out of luck. Until now. Presenting: Mormons Mormons Mormons, We Haven’t Got a Clue aka Your guide to LDS references in Non-LDS Music, Part I. Continue reading “Mormons Mormons Mormons, We Haven’t Got a Clue: Guide to LDS references in Non-LDS music, Part I”