Friday, August 21, 2020

Flashback Friday

When I wrote yesterday's post about the theatrical production, Jonah, streaming this weekend on TBN, I thought about the song, "Big Fish". (In fact, the song was stuck in my mind all day 😒). With everything going on right now it sure seems like we are "sitting in the belly of a world gone mad" and its nice to know that the solution is as simple as the song states, just "Listen to God and follow His plan".

So without further ado, from this week's Flashback Friday artists, FFH, here is the 1998 hit "Big Fish". "Do de dum da digga dum dum da dum..."

Formed in 1993, FFH (Far From Home) is a Contemporary Christian band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. FFH released six independent projects before being signed by Essential Records. Since then, they have released seven studio albums, as well as a "greatest-hits" album.

The group formed as Four For Harmony, an a cappella group. Over time they developed a vocal acoustic pop style, similar to that of Avalon, and changed their name to Far From Home, but that name was being used by a secular duo, so they morphed the name to FFH.

In addition to "Big Fish", numerous FFH singles have charted, including "Fly Away" and "Watching Over Me" which hit the number one spot on Adult Contemporary radio and the Top 5 on Christian Hit Radio, "On My Cross" which had a two-week run at number one inspirational radio, "I Want to Be Like You," "Lord Move or Move Me," and one of my favorite songs, "One of These Days"...

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