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
- Find the Podcast app
- Touch the app icon, which will send you inside the app
- Look for “magnifying glass” to find the search feature.
- Search for: CUEcast
- CUEcast logo will appear. It’s cyan-colored.
- Touch CUEcast logo.
- Find “Subscribe” and simply touch the word “Subscribe.”
- That’s it. You’re all set!
- 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.”
- Select the episode you’d like to hear and enjoy.
Our guest today is Grant Frederick, Minister of Music at Bonsack Baptist Church in Roanoke, VA. Listen in as Grant provides us personal insights from career as a vocational music minister.
Robert Sterling talks about the benefits of YouthCUE for teenagers from his vantage point as a composer, song writer, arranger, and producer.
Hymn Correspondent Mark Edwards takes a fresh look at how hymns empower our communities of faith and how carefully selected, well-chosen hymn texts and arrangements can provide staple musical resources for directors of student choirs.
Pastor Amy Butler discusses the power of communication as we seek to lead people through the communities of faith we serve. Amy is Pastor of the National City Christian Church in Washington, D. C.
Not only is Robert Sterling our CUEcast producer and composer of all our podcast theme music, he also has become a regular contributor to our Axiom episodes. Today, Robert talks about venturing beyond our comfort zones to be able to lead our choirs and congregations...
Grant Frederick is Minister of Music at Bonsack Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia. Today, Randy and Grant discuss the importance of clear, consistent communication as a way of moving ministries forward in an ever-changing world.
Today, we welcome back to CUEcast Karen Sorrells, the Director of the Academy for the Arts at First Baptist Church, Asheville, NC. Today, Randy and Karen discuss the experiences, events, and commitments that led up to her vocation in ministry and her career teaching...
Pam Dunagan is a frequent and always welcome guest in CUEcast episodes. Today, Pam describes the friendship of two elder statesmen in religion who were close friends for several decades, Bishop Desmond Tutu and the Dali Lama. Although very different in their views of...
Today, Randy borrows and develops two key quotes from Dale Carnegie, the communications icon in the mid 1900s. Carnegie’s prophetic and compassionate approach to building relationships is still highly regarded in today’s world obsessed with speed, efficiency, and raw...
Grant Frederick is Minister of Music at Bonsack Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia. Gaining his Masters of Music with a major in choral conducting from Baylor University in 2016, Grant is about to celebrate his fifth anniversary at his church. In today’s discussing...