12/09/13: On the heels of Half the Man are two other recordings: my song "The Weaver of Time" appears on the new Cardiphonia compilation, Canticles, and I've released a seasonal collection at NoiseTrade called A Greg Scheer Christmas Sampler. Wait--are you getting overwhelmed trying to keep track of all the recordings? Check out my new discography page and all will become clear.
12/05/13: Half the Man is finally out. This is a CD of 12 of my best rock/pop songs that has been brewing for over two years. If you want to know what Greg does when he's not leading worship, you need to take a listen. You can hear it in a number of ways: 1. Buy the CD right here at my website. Hand-crafted in small batches, they make great Christmas gifts. 2. Buy the MP3s (whole project or individual songs) at CDBaby or iTunes. 3. Listen on Spotify, eMusic, etc.
11/05/13: I'm pleased that the new Presbyterian (USA) hymnal, Glory to God, includes some of my songs and arrangements: #68 Heaven Opened to Isaiah, #501 Feed Us, Lord, #597 Holy, Most Holy Lord/Sanna, Sannanina, #632 People of the Lord, #640 Open Your Mouth and Praise the Lord!, and #832 Here on Jesus Christ I Will Stand/Kwake Yesu Nasimama.
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