Music

“Singing is my way of communicating my heart and my thoughts to the world. Whether I am singing songs I have written or am interpreting other’s songs, I feel like it is a way to share my spiritual and life experiences and also, in a way, leave a legacy in recorded form.”

Please take some time to listen to the music samples in the left sidebar–years of legacy, years of music.

Shared. Enjoyed. Continued.

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  1. joe says:

    whatever happened to ‘Song of the Lamb’? it is remarkably hard to find. Do you or any of the former Three Soul Cry still do it?

    1. Tom Mills says:

      You can download it off of iTunes. It is off our second album, These Remaining Days. Enjoy!

  2. Ginny says:

    Your “Everpresent” is so wonderful, it was worth it to type in the password in the “Leave a Reply.” Just wanted you to know I listen to this song a lot and it’s on the CD I play for the weekly water aerobic class cool-down-and stretch time at the end of class. Everyone loves it. God’s love is soooo ‘PRESENT’ !!

  3. Gregg says:

    Ms. Renner,

    My daughter Lucy, who is 7, has produced her first CD of original music, which is pretty cool. What’s really cool, however, is that she only agreed to create the album if we tried to sell the CDs for $10 and gave 100% of proceeds to hungry kids. So that is what we are doing. The album has 4 original vocals, a remix of one of those 4, and then 3 “relaxing” piano songs she invented on the fly. Check out her website and this WCCO interview and let me know if you have any interest in partnering with Lucy to end child hunger. In any event, I’d be happy to send you a CD if you’d like to listen.

    http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2012/08/21/7-year-old-minn-songwriter-using-music-to-help-hungry-kids/

    Thanks!
    Gregg

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