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    Winter-Fest 98 slated Jan. 19 at PLNC

    Held a hop, skip and a jump away from the Pacific Ocean at Point Loma Nazarene College (PLNC), “Winter-Fest 98” will be “An evening of music, fun, fellowship and freebies.”

    Twist of Faith Productions, in association with Turning Point Productions of PLNC, will present the event featuring the music groups Common Children (Delicate Fade Tour) and Christine Glass. The show will start at 7 p.m. in Brown Chapel on Jan. 29.

    Common Children recently finished cutting their second album, Delicate Fade, and will stop in San Diego as part of their tour. Those familiar with the band know them as a driving, heavy rock band. They have delivered a different feel with the new album: Most songs sit on the mellow side and exude confidence and a feel of redemption, grace, mercy and the idea that God is an empathetic God.

    Drew Powell, bass player for the band, labels Delicate Fade, “…definitely a jump above Skywire (their first album). It’s more mature, more radio-friendly, but at the same time….you have the classic Common Children rockers on there: the screaming from Mark (Mark Byrd, singer and guitarist) and all that.”

    Also performing is Christine Glass, a relatively new artist, who has released one album, Human, to date. With influences from favorite groups such as Suzanne Vega, Peter Gabriel and The Innocence Mission, Glass brushed her songs with wispy vocals, and flowing instrumentation. She sings of faith and hope in a clear voice in ways that may prompt references to Mazzy Star and the techno-pop group Everything But the Girl.

    Tickets for the concert cost $7 at the door or $5 in advance at Berean Christian Stores, Loaves & Fishes, Harvest Christian Store and Foothills Bible Bookstores. For information on Winter-Fest ’98, call (619)561-8627.

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