STRYPER Frontman To Perform On TBN's 'Praise The Lord'

On Thursday, September 20, STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet and his wife Kyle will appear on TBN's "Praise the Lord" program to discuss everything they've been through since Kyle was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In addition, Michael will perform two songs from his new album "Touched", which is being released later this year (details, MP3 samples and photos to be released the evening of September 20). The show will be broadcast at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time on a TBN station near you. Visit TBN Networks for broadcast schedules and channel listings.

As previously reported, audio of Michael Sweet rehearsing the BOSTON classic "More Than A Feelin" with BOSTON members Tom Scholz, Gary Pihl Kimberley Dahme and Jeff Neal for the Brad Delp tribute show is available at this location (Quicktime required).


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