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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Trevor Thomson and Ike Ndolo to Sing on CatholicTV Broadcast of The Commons

During the week starting November 29th, “The Commons”, a Catholic music show which airs on CatholicTV, will feature musicians Trevor Thomson and Ike Ndolo.

“The Commons” airs each week at CatholicTV.com and on CatholicTV at the following times (Eastern): Wednesday 7:30 AM; Thursday 3:30 AM & 4:30 PM; Saturday 9:30PM.

Trevor Thomson gained national recognition with the release of In This Place, an album of original music. He then began performing at events all over the United States. His sophomore album, Before You, followed in 2000. The release of Trevor’s third album, Eyes to You, marks a significant advance in a career that began over 12 years ago in Southern California. A Los Angeles native, Trevor has a special partiality for the L.A. music sound.
More information about Trevor is available at : http://www.spiritandsong.com/artists/3095

Ike Ndolo was born in Missouri after his parents moved to the United States from Nigeria.

At St. Timothy’s in Mesa, Arizona, he was mentored by legends Tom Booth and Matt Maher. Currently Assistant Music Director at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Tempe, Arizona Ike leads worship every Sunday and is constantly evolving as a musician and a man of God.

In addition to traveling the country to lead others to Christ, Ike has a great zeal for missionary work, stretching from Mexico to as far as China. As David says in Psalm 96, “Tell his glory among the nations, among all peoples, his wondrous deeds.” Ike has taken up the call, to be a servant to those around him—through his art, through his music, through his life.

More information about Ike Ndolo is available at: http://www.spiritandsong.com/artists/65022

“The Commons”, is a coffee house-styled music show which includes performances by Catholic musicians such as Jesse Manibusan, Matt Maher, Sarah Hart, and others. “The Commons” also includes interviews of the musicians in which viewers can get a glimpse into the lives and spirituality of the musicians.
“The Commons” is produced by spiritandsong.com (a division of ocp). “The Commons” is a video showcase giving viewers an opportunity to experience candid conversations with intimate and unplugged performances by your favorite spiritandsong.com artists. Learn more about the artists, and spirit and song at http://www.spiritandsong.com/commons

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