Worship Explosion - Heard Round the World; First Web Coverage of the “United Nations” of Worship

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KVTT radio broadcasts first live webcast of International Worship Institute (IWI) music July 5-8th from Gaylord Resort in Grapevine, Texas. The 19th Annual Institute reaches out to share this once in a life-time experience with worshippers and musicians across the globe. The award winning performers, cross-cultural diversity helps explain why Christian Music is the fastest growing segment of the recording industy. Christian Music is a $750 Million business which is larger than classical and jazz combined.

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) June 30, 2005— KVTT radio 91.7 FM is pleased to announce that for the first time, worshippers from around the world can listen to the live broadcast of the explosive music, sounds and messages from the International Worship Institute (IWI) July 5th-8th at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas. (http://www.worshipinstitute.com)

All four nights, beginning July 5th and concluding July 8th, KVTT will be broadcasting to the North Texas region (91.7 FM) and web casting internationally (http://www.KTVV.com) with interviews with top artists and songwriters at 9:00 am and 5:00pm and live music from 7:30 to approximately 11:00 pm C.S.T.    

“We are excited to offer such a remarkable opportunity to our listeners around the world,” states Ron Evans, KVTT General Manager. “The Institute is an “All Star Event” for the worship world.”

The International Worship Institute has been called the “United Nations of Worship.” For four days, the sounds of rock, gospel, jazz, ethnic drums, alternative music, jewish shofars and sights of multi-ethnic dance, movement and worship flags will be enjoyed by teens to grandparents representing the rainbow of cultures (Caucasian, Asian, Hispanic, African American), countries and denominations. From 8am to midnight, thousands of worship leaders, musicians, pastors, dancers, choir directors and Christian lay people from around the globe gather for 100 workshops, musical training and song. (for additional information: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/6/prwebxml251041.php )

“The Worship Institute belongs to the nations – reaching out is our mandate,” states LaMar Boschman, Dean and founder of the Institute. “We are thrilled with the opportunity to join with KVTT to share these amazing diverse and remarkable sessions with people around the world.”

Eight Evening Sessions Open to Public

The 7:00 and 10:30 evening sessions are open to the public. Young people will take worship to the “Extreme” limit during late-night sessions that kickoff at 10:30 PM to midnight. Radio Listeners can turn to http://www.KVTT.com on the web or in North Dallas turn to 91.7 FM.    

The scheduled award winning artists and popular speakers include:

Tuesday: Rita Springer, David Baroni and the Worship Institute team, LaMar Boschman

Wednesday: Darrell Evans, Morris Chapman, Worship Institute team, Bob Sorge

Thursday: Lindell Cooley, Worship Institute team, IWI Mass Choir lead by Valerie Harris, Ross Parsley, and Desperation

Friday: The Grand Processional with dance and worship flags, LaMar Boschman, Worship Institute team, Mass choir, James Robison message

The 19th annual Worship Institute from July 5-8 will be at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine Texas. Registration is required for the workshops, classes and daytime sessions. Evening and late-night youth sessions are open to the public but anyone is free to listen to the first live radio broadcast at http://www.KVTT.com from 7:30-11:00 pm CST.

To contact KVTT call 214 351-6655

For information on the International Worship Institute call (817) 354-0690 or visit http://www.WorshipInstitute.com or see http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/6/prwebxml251041.php

For media interviews, contact Lynn Wilford Scarborough (469 )951-7051.

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