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The Bus

Last weekend began the Compassion International tour that Selah is a part of, along with Aaron Shust and Shaun Groves. Before I got to rehearsal on Thursday afternoon, I had never met either one of them. One never knows what to expect when getting on a bus full of boys. That’s right, I’m the only girl. The boys from Selah, Aaron and his band, Shaun, and every single crew member are all boys and I gotta be honest with you, I don’t hate it. I’ve always gotten along better with boys than girls. I’m not sure why. The one major problem with being on a bus full of boys:

They eat.

And eat.

And EAT. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE…

3 Responses to “The Bus”

  1. Fred Howze says:

    I am a Gaither fan and one day pulled up the music for their Church in the Wildwood. I saw a group named Selah and heard you and have been a fan ever since. God is really using you in a great and marvelous way. I worship the Lord every time I listen to your music. I have just found the album, “You deliver me” and I am moved by your songs. God bless each and every one of you, that make up this wonderful group.

    Fred Howze

  2. Joe Lane says:

    A group of us came down from Cortland NY to your show in Binghamton NY. I sat in the front row on the floor not expecting to find anything but some good music. I did not find anything but the spirit found me. I worshiped and rocked with the spirit till I cried. I want to thank you for the awesome work you do in His name. Amy thank you for sharing your weight issues. My wife and I to have that to deal with but you showed us with unwavering faith in Christ He will guide us to what “number’ we should be. thank you all and I pray God continues to watch over you all.

    Joe Lane

  3. I want to thank all of you for taking time away from your families to go on the road and share your tremendous gifts with all of us!We are big Selah fans!!!
    I liked Aaron Shust and Shaun Groves and their band but my practical midwestern gut impression was…did they just get out of bed?
    I saw Wayne Watson come out on stage with a 3 day beard in 1983 and I didn’t care for it then either.
    It just gives me the impression that I was not important enough to take a minute to shave and comb!
    You may not hear this from other people because people out here in the middle of the country are very polite.
    Also as you look at your crowd you will notice that Selah tends to draw…”older” people then you might otherwise be used to, I am one of those and I hope you know I am not trying to be critical, but helpful.
    I have lived here all of my life and have worked in ministry for many years and the last thing you want as you are onstage delivering God’s message, is to have people distracted, or for anything to take away from your “stage presence”.
    I realize as a musician there is a certain liberty of expresion that people take but hopefully this liberty does not become a stumbling block.
    God bless all of you, My wife and I are praying for you and your families as you travel!
    PS I am fomer military also so that is part of my perspective. I would have to be dead before I went out in public with a 5oclock shadow.

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