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Phil Keaggy, Cheri Keaggy, Jason Bare on TBN's 'Praise The Lord'

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Dove Award winners Phil Keaggy and Cheri Keaggy joined singer/songwriter Jason Bare as guests on TBN's "Praise The Lord" program on Feb. 21. The two Keaggys and Bare performed music and were interviewed by show host Jason Crabb.

"Appearing on TBN's 'Praise The Lord' is always a blessing for me," said Cheri Keaggy. "This most recent experience was especially meaningful, because I shared the stage with my uncle, Phil Keaggy, and fellow songwriter Jason Bare. It was a fun night!"

Cheri Keaggy performed her new single, "When You Were Jesus To Me," and "Hello, God," both from her current CD, So I Can Tell. She also performed "Romans 15:13 (Benediction Song)" with Phil Keaggy (also from So I Can Tell). Phil Keaggy then performed his new song "Mercy"as well as a favorite instrumental, the title track from The Wind And The Wheat. Bare performed two songs, "Everlasting God" and "Lamb of God," from his upcoming CD, Love Is Alive, which will be released February 25.

To find out more about Praise The Lord, visit tbn.org.

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