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In the final episode, Chris irons out the final details of the record deals and Rivers and Robots have some good news to report. Plus, Martin Smith from Delirious offers Chris some advice on how to market Christian music to the mainstream.
The Let Down
Chris flies to Scotland to deliver some disappointing news. But while the Lord taketh away, the Lord also giveth and Running Club has some exciting new recruits. Plus, secular producer Lily gets to know the Christian world a little better.
Running Club Will Go to the Ball
Chris discovers he’s not the only one after Rivers and Robots and while his focus is on tempting them into the Running Club family, some of the other musicians feel left out. Meanwhile, producer Lily talks to the "cool media" scene on whether they’d ever review a Christian band.
Chris has an opportunity to take some of his prospective musicians on a songwriting retreat in Music City itself, Nashville. And Chris wonders if his brand of hip British worship music could ever cross over to an American audience.
As Chris finds his second potential band for Running Club, he also comes across some skeptics.
Chris Lawson Jones is launching Running Club Records - a label that will provide a home for the exciting new worship bands that are coming out of the British Christian music scene. All he needs are the bands to sign and to convince an audience that he's got an ear for something different. In this episode, we hear his business idea and meet a young band from Scotland who wear their faith on their sleeve.
Christian Music Is About to Be Reborn
Running Club Records is trying to give Christian music a new life. Founder, Chris Lawson Jones, has eight months to make it happen. Episode 1 out July 20th