Remind Me Who I am, by Jason Gray

I’ll be honest, I’ve never heard of this guy before. I really like him, and I love this song. It’s Spirit filled, uplifting, and I like the musical arrangement. This is the first single from Jason’s Album, A Way To See In The Dark, slated for release on September 13, 2011.

I discovered Jason on a page called Under the radar on Facebook.  A friend turned me on to  Under the Radar several months ago and I’ve been enjoying their clips of newer artists who fall into their under appreciated status.  I love contemporary Christian music and this page has proven to be a wonderful resource. Considering how whiny I got about the hot weather, I thought I’d share something positive with you guys today.

Per their Facebook Page:

Under The Radar is a weekly radio show of under-appreciated music.
Company Overview

Offering gourmet music, Under the Radar highlights some of the best undiscovered and under-appreciated tunes from Christian artists.

What is gourmet music? Well, a lot of music out there is like fast food but the stuff on Under the Radar is the gourmet variety. It’s the fine steak, not the mass-produced cheeseburger.

In this one-hour weekly program, host Dave Trout shares stories, spiritual insight, and exclusive artist interviews to discover the depth of faith and creativity found in the music. Listeners participate by suggesting some of the best hidden gems in their own music collections that the world needs to hear.
Under the Radar is a ministry of ReFrame Media ( and Back to God Ministries International.
This post written by Deana O’Hara for Redemption’s Heart. August 5, 2011. All rights reserved. No goods or services were given in exchange for this endorsement. I only share resources that I found beneficial and believe my readers will enjoy as well.

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