“For Such a Time as This” – The Top 5 Testing Worship Songs – Finney’s Fast 5

NATIONWIDE RESEARCH AT A GLANCE

Face masks, hand wipes and social distancing are now all a part of our world . . . with a dose of fear and uncertainty thrown in . . . and quite possibly friends or family members either sick or in high risk jobs.

This background means Christian radio listeners are likely even more open to worship songs right now. To help with that, for May, from the nationwide music research we’ve done in the past year, here are the Top 5 Testing Worship Songs.

We recommend you double-check that you’re still giving spins in regular rotations to these titles and other high testing worship titles. Some stations have moved some of these to Sunday morning only.  You would be making your audience smile if these showed up during the week!

 


Chuck Finney’s had radio playing in his head since he was just a boy. Over the course of his career, he’s worked in programming, radio research, and audience connection. Chuck’s passion for words and communication is widely recognized and he’s won several industry awards.

If you ask Chuck how he’s doing, he’ll either say “Blessed, thank you,” or “I really get to do this for a living?!” He’s the President of Finney Media, a speaker and author who loves telling stories and helping you do the same.  Chuck is married and has two adult daughters. He lives with his wife, Lynda, in the Dallas area. For more information, read about Chuck at finneymedia.com.

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