New Music Preview: "Ahead"

Written by Terry DeBoer on . Posted in Local

LaHaie Perry - Ahead- single 235rSinger-songwriter, music minister and West Michigan radio personality Perry LaHaie has released a new music video for the title track of his latest album, "Ahead."

Picturing LaHaie and his guitar walking down a desolate gravel road, the lyrics are a musical prayer for strength and guidance. The theme hinges on the quote from Navigators' founder Dawson Trottman which suggests, "....when you can't see very far ahead, go as far ahead as you can see."

The song is one of several from the CD which has received some national radio airplay, including at Moody Radio West Michigan (89.3FM), where LaHaie co-hosts the "Perry & Scott in the Morning" show with partner Scott Curtis.

Other songs on the album include "Your Own Backyard," "Unqualified" and the worship-focused "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name."

LaHaie continues his musical artistry as part of the Frontiers organization (www.frontiersusa.org), a mission agency to train and send people to reach the Muslim world for Christ. He has traveled internationally as part of his outreach.

LaHaie will lead worship at Maranatha Bible Conference in Muskegon Aug. 26-28.

His CD is available for purchase as several online outlets, including cdbaby and iTunes.

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Album: "Ahead"
Artist: Perry LaHaie

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Connect: www.perrylahaie.com, www.facebook.com/perry.lahaie?fref=ts

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Terry is journalist who writes for newspapers, magazines, newsletters and websites. His most frequented “beat” is arts and entertainment. He is married with two children and lives in Grand Rapids.

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