CUEcast is the weekly podcast of YouthCUE.

Released every Tuesday morning at 6AM Central, each episode is packed with information and inspiration for student choir leaders, music educators, ministers, teenage singers, parents of youth choir kids, YouthCUE alumni, YouthCUE donors, and all other interested parties.

Episodes include interviews

with composers, directors, music educators, student choir singers, youth ministers, professional artists, YouthCUE alumni, YouthCUE program participants, and more. Often, musical excerpts are included designed to inspire and inform listeners of new anthem resources.

You may listen to each episode for free here on the website, but it’s much easier to take advantage of the subscription to CUEcast by activating the “Podcast” app (usually purple) on your smartphone or iPad. Here’s how … it will take you less than one minute, and it’s totally free!

Instructions to subscribe to CUEcast

  1. Find the Podcast app
  2. Touch the app icon, which will send you inside the app
  3. Look for “magnifying glass” to find the search feature.
  4. Search for: CUEcast
  5. CUEcast logo will appear. It’s cyan-colored.
  6. Touch CUEcast logo.
  7. Find “Subscribe” and simply touch the word “Subscribe.”
  8. That’s it. You’re all set!
  9. When you have subscribed, the app will automatically drive new episodes to this same place (under the purple Podcast app on your device) to listen to the episodes at your convenience. Episodes will sit and wait for you until you have the chance to listen. Also, the app will allow you to access all past episodes by touching “All Episodes.”
  10. Select the episode you’d like to hear and enjoy.
Episode 30 – Sanctuary, Part 2

Episode 30 – Sanctuary, Part 2

Pam and Randy pick up where they left off discussing how choir directors can help their students build their own personal sanctuaries. Safe spaces are very important for all teenagers, but for some they are absolutely critical. The pandemic clamor, the relentless...

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Episode 29 – God Has Work for Us to Do

Episode 29 – God Has Work for Us to Do

In this powerful interview, James Wells, Director of Music and Director of Student Choirs at Brentwood United Methodist Church, Nashville, tells a compelling story about taking his students inside the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center in Chicago. It’s a riveting...

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Episode 28 – Sanctuary, Part 1

Episode 28 – Sanctuary, Part 1

Pam Dunagan is a political science professor at Northwest Vista College in San Antonio. Having spent a number of years as a clinical counselor and also as a volunteer choir singer, Pam has a unique perspective on how choral music can contribute to the mental health of...

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