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Chris Pick

Rank #1 US Williamsport, PA Christian/Gospel / Adult Contemporary / Accou...

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Label: Independent/Pick Productions

Bio: A singer/songwriter from Williamsport, Pennsylvania (the birthplace of Little League World Series), Chris Pick's music has been heard globally and has charted on several continents in both mainstream pop and Christian.

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Hard to believe Christmas is around the corner... Started work yesterday on Gospel For Asia's Christmas Catalog... http://t.co/r0p47peOAc

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  • Sat

    May 31


    Danville, PA, US | 6:30pm
    A Tribute To Davy Jones at...
    Danville, PA, US
    Sat May 31 6:30pm

    Details

    Pick first came on the music scene in 2000 with a tribute song to John Lennon entitled “Thank You For The Music” – a song which premiered in the Holy City of Jerusalem and went #1 on the KAOS FM charts in Australia. His music has charted in both the mainstream and the Christian music genres. His recent project “Tragedies & Miracles” features members of Rich Mullins’ Ragamuffin Band and is available on iTunes. His recent single “Finally Free” (backed by The Monkeephiles) pays tribute to the late frontman of The Monkees, Davy Jones, whom Pick has worked with in the past; and it is a free download at http://www.chrispick.bandcamp.com/ Pick performed at Davy’s memorial in 2013 for the unveiling of the Davy Jones statue in Beavertown and will return for the 2014 memorial on June 28th. John Roginski met Paul Venturi in 2006 when he was singing "Hold On Girl" under his breath. All of a sudden, he heard someone harmonizing. Shortly thereafter, what was then known as the "Mr. Webster and Mr. Frisbee" project was born. In 2008, John and Paul were at a Micky Dolenz show answering his questions from the front row. He called us "Monkeephiles" and it stuck. They released a CD project in 2013 and performed at the 2013 Davy Jones Beavertown Memorial and the 2014 Monkees convention. The Monkeephiles will also be performing at the upcoming Davy Jones Beavertown Memorial on June 28th

  • Fri

    May 30


    Lock Haven, PA, US | 7:00pm
    Avenue 209 Coffee House
    Lock Haven, PA, US
    Fri May 30 7:00pm

    Details

    Singer/Songwriters Chris Pick and Mariah Hostrander will be performing at Avenue 209 Coffee House in Lock Haven on Friday May 30th. Chris Pick is a missionary, singer/songwriter, and a music teacher in the Williamsport area. Pick first came on the music scene in 2000 with a tribute song to John Lennon entitled “Thank You For The Music” – a song which premiered in the Holy City of Jerusalem and went #1 on the KAOS FM charts in Australia. His music has charted in both the mainstream and the Christian music genres. His recent project “Tragedies & Miracles” features members of Rich Mullins’ Ragamuffin Band and is available on iTunes – several songs from the project were featured locally on Christian radio WGRC. He has worked with and shared the stage with a wide range of artists from Rick Elias to Mark Harris of 4Him. His recent single “Finally Free” (backed by The Monkeephiles) pays tribute to the late frontman of The Monkees, Davy Jones, whom Pick has worked with in the past; and it is a free download at http://www.chrispick.bandcamp.com/ Pick performed at Davy’s memorial in 2013 for the unveiling of the Davy Jones statue in Beavertown and will return for the 2014 memorial on June 28th. As a missionary, Pick is an advocate for the native missionary movement (partnering with Gospel For Asia and Rehoboth Ministries India) and the persecuted church (partnering with Voice of the Martyrs). He has been involved with several mission projects which have included work in Asia, Africa, South America, and North America (on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota). Free mission books and DVDs will be available at the event. Mariah Hostrander began her singing/songwriting career in 2006 at the age of 13. With influences from BarlowGirl to Paul Baloche, Mariah has captured the muse to deliver a compelling folk-rock sound with well-crafted lyrics that tell life stories easy for most people to appreciate. Mariah Hostrander's first full-length project, "Beautiful Scars" was released in 2008, followed by a Christmas single "The Angels Sing" in 2009. Fast forward to 2011 and "Picture It," impeccably expands her discography with her first national release with Tate Music Group. Most important to Mariah, "Ultimately, I want to glorify God with the gift He's given me and I want to reach and inspire people." As well, recently Mariah has teamed up with the Principled Warrior Foundation. To show her support she wrote a song titled "I'm Alive" and will be donating 50% of the proceeds to the foundation. This foundation is being established to provide support to our servicemen and servicewomen and their families with PTSD and brain injuries. For more info, visit http://www.mariahhostrander.com/ Avenue 209 Coffee House is located at 209 Bellefonte Avenue in Lock Haven (next to Wendys)

  • Fri

    May 2


    Williamsport, PA, US | 6:30pm
    FIRST FRIDAY at the Jame...
    Williamsport, PA, US
    Fri May 02 6:30pm

    Details

    Chris Pick is a missionary, singer/songwriter, and a music teacher in the Williamsport area. Pick first came on the music scene in 2000 with a tribute song to John Lennon entitled “Thank You For The Music” – a song which premiered in the Holy City of Jerusalem and went #1 on the KAOS FM charts in Australia. His music has charted in both the mainstream and the Christian music genres. His recent project “Tragedies & Miracles” features members of Rich Mullins’ Ragamuffin Band and is available on iTunes – several songs from the project were featured locally on Christian radio WGRC. He has worked with and shared the stage with a wide range of artists from Rick Elias to Mark Harris of 4Him. His recent single “Finally Free” (backed by The Monkeephiles) pays tribute to the late frontman of The Monkees, Davy Jones, whom Pick has worked with in the past; and it is a free download at http://www.chrispick.bandcamp.com/ Pick performed at Davy’s memorial in 2013 for the unveiling of the Davy Jones statue in Beavertown and will return for the 2014 memorial on June 28th. As a missionary, Pick is an advocate for the native missionary movement (partnering with Gospel For Asia and Rehoboth Ministries India) and the persecuted church (partnering with Voice of the Martyrs). He has been involved with several mission projects which have included work in Asia, Africa, South America, and North America (on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota). Free mission books and DVDs will be available at the event. Mariah Hostrander began her singing/songwriting career in 2006 at the age of 13. With influences from BarlowGirl to Paul Baloche, Mariah has captured the muse to deliver a compelling folk-rock sound with well-crafted lyrics that tell life stories easy for most people to appreciate. Mariah Hostrander's first full-length project, "Beautiful Scars" was released in 2008, followed by a Christmas single "The Angels Sing" in 2009. Fast forward to 2011 and "Picture It," impeccably expands her discography with her first national release with Tate Music Group. Most important to Mariah, "Ultimately, I want to glorify God with the gift He's given me and I want to reach and inspire people." As well, recently Mariah has teamed up with the Principled Warrior Foundation. To show her support she wrote a song titled "I'm Alive" and will be donating 50% of the proceeds to the foundation. This foundation is being established to provide support to our servicemen and servicewomen and their families with PTSD and brain injuries. For more info, visit http://www.mariahhostrander.com/

  • 2013

    Oct 25


    Glenolden, PA, US | 7:00pm
    Glenolden Coffee House
    Glenolden, PA, US
    Fri Oct 25, 2013 7:00pm

    Details

    Singer/Songwriter Chris Pick will be returning to the Glenolden Coffee House in Glenolden, PA on Friday October 25th for an acoustic performance. Pick’s music has charted on several continents in both mainstream pop and Christian. His first CD release "Thank You For The Music" (released for John Lennon's 20th Memorial, Dec. 8, 2000 and produced by Johnny J. Blair) premiered in the Holy City of Israel and reached #1 on the KAOS FM charts in Australia. Pick immediately began studio work on new songs in 2002 as a follow-up to the highly successful Lennon tribute, but this time geared towards global missions. In 2008, Pick returned to the music world with his CD release "Songs In Black & White" (produced by Jerry Lynn) -- earning him a Grindie Award through www.RadioIndy.com . In 2009, Pick’s song “The Mission” was featured on Quickstar Production’s “UNIFIED BY GRACE, Eastcoast Unplugged Vol. 1” compilation CD to help finance mission work at a medical clinic in Uganda. In 2010, Quickstar Productions released another mission project on-line entitled “A Call For Healing.” The compilation featured Pick’s song “Rachel’s Prayer,” based on the prayer journals of Columbine High martyr Rachel Joy Scott. A dynamic performer, Pick's passion for global missions is at the center of his music and concert ministries. Playing a variety of instruments (from keyboard to guitar to lap dulcimer), he has worked with and shared the stage with many artists in many categories of music (i.e. Mark Harris of 4HIM, Davy Jones of The Monkees, Jaded Thorns, etc.) and has performed for mission agencies (Operation Mobilisation in Atlanta), benefits (September 11th Firefighter Benefit Concert in South Carolina), and festivals (Vision, Beatlefests, etc.). Pick's recent release "Tragedies & Miracles" features members of Rich Mullin's old band "A RAGAMUFFIN BAND." A missionary, Pick and his wife Michelle (an elementary teacher in Central PA) are advocates for the native missionary movement and the persecuted church. Pick has been involved with several mission projects which have included work in South America, Africa, Asia, and even in North America ministering to the Lakota Sioux at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Allen, South Dakota.

  • 2013

    Oct 19


    Williamsport, PA, US | 11:00pm
    HARVEST OF HOPE
    Williamsport, PA, US
    Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:00pm

    Details

    A great day of music benefiting Gospel For Asia - featuring Chris Pick, James Keith, Joshua Billings, Davena McCabe, Mariah Hostrander, and more! The event is FREE and will be outdoors on the farm grounds. GFA materials will be available. Hot dogs will be available - bring your own lawn chairs 11:00 - 12:15 Chris Pick 12:30 - 1:45 Mariah Hostrander 2:00 - 3:15 Davena McCabe 3:15 - 4:30 Joshua Billings & Band 4:45 - 5:45 Chris Pick 6:00 - 7:15 James Keith and Project One

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  • Song Plays 524

  • Video Plays 94

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